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Khelo India Youth Games, Table Tennis: Surabhi, Manush emerge singles champions in U-21 TT

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87   //    20 Jan 2019, 21:41 IST

Girls U-21 table tennis singles champion Surabhi Patwari poses for the cameras.
Girls U-21 table tennis singles champion Surabhi Patwari poses for the cameras.

Surabhi Patwari of West Bengal and Manush Shah of Gujarat emerged individual champions in the Under-21 section in Table Tennis at the Khelo India Youth Games, which came to an end on Sunday.

In an all-West Bengal starrer, the U-21 girls' singles final went down to the wire as Surabhi Patwari and Kaushani Nath showed exceptional skills.

The match was interestingly poised at three sets all, and the decider turned out to be a cracker of a game.

Surabhi finally overpowering Kaushani 16-14 in the decider to take the gold by a 4-3 margin, a media release said.

Prapti Sen from West Bengal and Shrushti Helengadi were awarded the bronze.

Gujarat's Manush Shah faced stiff competition from Anirban Ghosh of West Bengal in the U-21 boys singles final.

The battle between left-handed Shah and right-handed Ghosh reached its zenith in the third game where Anirban had the last laugh winning 12-10.

Here too the match went down to the decider after six games, but Anirban was left stranded in the final set and lost 4-11.

Ronit Bhanja and Parth Virmani took the bronze, the release said.

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West Bengal and Maharashtra emerged overall winners for the U-21 and U-17 categories in Table Tennis.

Gujarat and Maharashtra finished second and third in the U-21 category, while Madhya Pradesh were second and Delhi and Bengal shared third place in the U 17 category in the overall race.

RESULTS: Girls U-21 singles: Final: Surabhi Patwari (WB) bt. Kaushani Nath (WB) 11-8, 11-5, 10-12, 10-12, 11-7, 7-11, 16-14;Bronze: Prapti Sen (WB) and Shrushti Helengadi (MAH)

Boys U-21 singles: Final:Manish Shah (Guj) bt Anirban Ghosh (WB) 11-8, 7-11, 10-12, 11-9, 11-7, 8-11, 11-4; Bronze:Ronit Bhanja (WB) and Parth Virmani (Del)

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