Indore (Madhya Pradesh): It was another day in the office for the competition department of the Table Tennis Federation of India and the officials of the Madhya Pradesh Table Tennis Association who got themselves ready to receive the next set of players at the Abhay Prashal from March 3. .
After the first four days of action in the girls' events the time has come for the boys to take centerstage in the UTT 82nd Cadet & Sub-Junior National Table Tennis Championships.
Preyesh Raj Suresh who lost in the semi-finals at the last Nationals held in Dharamsala would desperately want to make amends here.
PB Abhinand who won the Cadet Boys crown in 2019 could be a hot contender and may well be seen squaring up with his Tamil Nadu teammate.
But players from states like Delhi Maharashtra Bengal and PSPBA could pose stiff challenges to their aspirations.Yet the left-hander from Tamil Nadu is the favourite to claim the Sub-Junior Boys' title.
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