Top 10 Famous Table Tennis Players In India All Time
10. Sharath Kamal
He's the Indian table tennis Virat Kohli. He's India's only nine-time senior national champion. Sharath won. eight-time National champion Kamlesh Mehta set it. Sharath has won four gold medals, one silver, and three bronze. Bronze and silver medals at the Asian Games.
The paddler, who was born in Chennai, is among the best-ranked Indians, coming in at number 30 in the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) rankings. In winning the 2016 Belgium Open. It was the second Indian player to win an ITTF competition after Sharath Kamal (2012).
Belonging to a West Bengali middle-class family. Soumyajit started a new chapter when he qualified for the 2012 Olympics as the country's youngest paddler. When he passed away, he was 19 years old. He also attained the title of youngest national champion at that time.
Another paddler from Bengal, Mouma Das, has achieved great success in the world of table tennis. She competed for India in a number of international competitions in the start of 2000. At the Commonwealth Games, she won numerous accolades. including a gold medal in the women's team event in 2018.
WB table tennis player Poulomi Ghatak. Her professional tennis career began in 1992, and she's never improved. 16-year-old Ghatak competed in Sydney.
Ghatak was in the 2007 Indian Open finals. She won senior and junior titles in 1998.
Kamlesh Navinchandra Mehta retired from table tennis. He was 10 years Indian TT king. From 1982 through 1989, Mehta played for India. He was India's top cricketer in Asia, the Commonwealth, and globally.
He helped India win seven international and eight Asian titles.
Tamil Nadu table tennis player Amalraj Anthony Arputharaj. He's won international tournaments. Silver in pairs at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Anthony won the 2012 National Table Tennis Championship. Beating India's top table tennis player, Sharath Kamal.
2007 WJC Canada Cadet Girls Singles champion Ankita das. She won the 2007 South Africa Cadet Girls gold medal for Asia. Ankita Das won the 75th senior National table tennis championships (2014) women's singles. 2006 WJC China Cadet Girls Singles runner-up.