(Last Updated on : 08/11/2013)
Table Tennis Tournaments in India is played quite extensively organised by TTFI every year. The Indian people, especially the young generation of India love playing the game very much, as the game brings a lot of excitement. The game also demands great physical fitness level on behalf of the players, as the players need to move on both sides, sometimes within a fraction of second, during a Table Tennis match. Several Table Tennis tournaments in India are organised on a regular basis by various authorities with a view to bring up new talents to represent India in the international level.
The Table Tennis tournaments in India are organised at different levels, like at the school level, college level, university level, district level, state level or at the national level. As the game is played by the students in their schools, colleges or universities, the managements of the educational institutions have included Table Tennis in their annual sports championships. Apart from the educational institutions, Table Tennis tournaments in India are also organised by various Table Tennis associations. The Table Tennis Federation of India
(TTFI) and all the Table Tennis Associations in India
at the state level organise various tournaments throughout the year. Some of the big corporate houses also sometimes organise Table Tennis tournaments in India. One of such tournament is the All India JBL Open Table Tennis Tournament.
The Table tennis tournaments in India organised by the Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI) throughout the year include the National Ranking Championships at the regional level. The Championships are organised at all the five Zones like East Zone, West Zone, South Zone, North Zone and Central Zone. The TTFI organise tournaments at various age levels also like Sub-Junior, Junior, or Senior levels. Some of these tournaments include the Sub-Junior National Table Tennis Championships, the Junior & Youth National Table Tennis Championships, the Senior National Table Tennis Championships, etc.
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