Satvik, Aarav enter boys table tennis meet final

LUDHIANA: Satvik, a student of Delhi Public School, and Aarav of Sat Paul Mittal School wrapped up their respective semi-finals to reach the final in the boys’ cadet category (U-12) in the Indian Sports School Trust Table Tennis Tournament being held at Sutlej Club, here today.

Satvik, Aarav enter boys table tennis meet final

Players in action during the Indian Sports School Trust Table Tennis Tournament in Ludhiana on Friday. Tribune Photo

Our Sports Correspondent

Ludhiana, April 19

Satvik, a student of Delhi Public School, and Aarav of Sat Paul Mittal School wrapped up their respective semi-finals to reach the final in the boys’ cadet category (U-12) in the Indian Sports School Trust Table Tennis Tournament being held at Sutlej Club, here today.

Around 125 players (boys and girls) are taking part in the tournament.

In the boys’ U-10 section, Viraj of Sat Paul Mittal School and his school mate Abhiraj emerged winners in the semi-finals to set up the title clash.

Similarly, in the girls’ cadet group, Arveen, Tushti, Priyanka and Bhavya came out triumphant in quarterfinals to book their places in the semi-finals.

In the junior girls’ section (U-18), Aishveer, Sahejpreet, Ishreen and Hargun won their matches to complete the semi-final line-up, whereas in the boy’s category, Gautam, Vivek, Rohan and Aamir reached the semi-finals.

Triumphant in quarterfinals

  • In the boys’ U-10 section, Viraj of Sat Paul Mittal School and his school mate Abhiraj emerged winners in the semi-finals to set up the title clash.
  • Similarly, in the girls’ cadet group, Arveen, Tushti, Priyanka and Bhavya came out triumphant in quarterfinals to book their places in the semi-finals.

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