Table tennis has always played second fiddle to sports like cricket, football and tennis in India, but somehow it has managed to keep its existence amongst the din of its much-fancied competitors. The game has always enjoyed popularity in pockets like West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and Delhi, but it never managed to reach the farthest corners of the Indian landscape. However, lately, the sport has been some emphasis in the country with the recent streak of commendable performances as we progress in the year 2021 says Hirav Shah, Famed Sports Astrologer and the top influencer and advisor in the field of Sports, Business, Entertainment, Movies, Real Estate and Politics.

To make Table Tennis as popular as other sports in 2021, an extraordinary strategy and goal setting needs to be put forth.
But just setting goals won’t do !!

TAKING ACTIONS on the goals will do, says Hirav Shah, India’s top Business Astrologer

Without an actionable strategy, NOTHING is possible.
With astro strategy, EVERYTHING is possible, adds Shah

Further Sports Strategist Hirav Shah gives his final valuable word and the best part is it is applicable to all sectors.
It is as follows-

For the most successful people in the world, 2021 already started… Has it for YOU?
Who doesn’t want to experience success in business?
But are you truly doing the right things to get there?

Can you honestly say that you are taking ACTION on your goals?

If you hesitated AT ALL answering any of those questions, you need to shift your focus to doing what’s necessary to get you the success you desire…

Yes, You need to understand,
Without an actionable strategy, NOTHING is possible.
With astro strategy, EVERYTHING is possible.

So plant the seeds now for your future, and focus on investing energy on the habits that will create the results you really want.

NOW is the time to do the things that you have been wanting to do. Don’t procrastinate and rob yourself of a more compelling future…

What ONE goal will you focus on for a head start in 2021?

Any confusion or difficult YES/NO Business decision requires an expert opinion.

Just make sure your business strategy in terms of Brand, Sales, Marketing, Advertising, Mergers, Diversification etc…is still on track to reach your goals. Sports Astrologer Hirav Shah’s answers have proven to be game changers.

It’s time to fire up your future !!

Meanwhile, let’s talk about the top 6 male Table Tennis players of India who have it to the ‘Hirav Shah’ list this time who can inspire you in 2021.

1. Sharath Kamal

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Introduction

Achanta Sharath Kamal (born 12 July 1982) is a professional table tennis player from Tamil Nadu, India.He is the first Indian table tennis player ever to become nine times Senior National Champion hence breaking the record of eight times National Champion Kamlesh Mehta. Recently he received the fourth highest civilian award, Padma Shri.

Career Highlights

India’s most skilled paddler is a man on a task. His current world rank is 41 . He beat Joo Se Hyuk and Chuang Chih-yuan, world no. 8 and 16 respectively in 2015 28th Asian cup at Jaipur. Sharath won the men’s singles gold in the 16th Commonwealth table tennis championship held at Kuala Lumpur in 2004. He is a recipient of the Arjuna award for the year 2004. He currently lives in Düsseldorf, Germany. Over the past few years he has been playing in the European league. After stints in Spain and Sweden, he is currently playing in the German Bundesliga for the club Borussia Düsseldorf. He is employed with the Indian Oil Corporation as an officer.

2. Soumyajit Ghosh

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Introduction
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Soumyajit Ghosh (born 10 May 1993) an Indian table tennis player from Siliguri, West Bengal.He was the youngest Indian player to qualify for the London, 2012 Olympics. He also became the youngest national champion at the age of 19, when he defeated Sharath Kamal in the 74th National Table Tennis Championships.

Career Highlights

Early beginnings regularly deliver early outcomes. Bengal’s Soumyajeet Ghosh is a living declaration to it. Begun playing table tennis at five years of the age, it got a triumph in a U-12 national cadet title to get him snared to the diversion. In 2008 he got the attention of mentor Bhawani Mukherji while playing at the Junior Commonwealth Games in Pune and was soon preparing under his direction. In 2012, still in his teenager age, Ghosh figured out how to achieve the London Olympics. Nonetheless, his defining moment came when, he at 19 years old, defeated other tennis table players of India, Sharath Kamal and became the youngest player to win the National Table Tennis Championships. Ghosh vanquished his Indian countrymen Sharath Kamal, Harmeet Desai and Anthony Amalraj in the South Asian Zone capability occasion to meet all requirements for the Olympics at Rio.
In 2017, Soumyajit Ghosh won the ITTF Challenge Seamaster Chile Open singles event, by beating compatriot Anthony Amalraj in the final. This was his first ITTF Pro title and he became the third Indian to win an ITTF event.

3. Amalraj Anthony Arputharaj

The President, Shri Ram Nath Kovind presenting the Arjuna Award, 2017 to Shri A. Amalraj for Table Tennis, at Rashtrapati Bhavan, in New Delhi on August 29, 2017
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Introduction

Amalraj Anthony Arputharaj (born on 24 January 1986) is a professional table tennis player from Tamil Nadu India. He won silver medal at 2014 Commonwealth Games in doubles with Sharath Kamal.

Career Highlights

Amalraj won the National Table Tennis Championship in January 2012, beating the Indian legend, Sharath Kamal in the finals.

In 2017, he won the Arjuna Award. In 2018 Commonwealth Games held at Gold Coast, Australia, he won gold medal in men’s team event with Sharath Kamal, Harmeet Desai, Sathiyan Gnanasekaran & Sanil Shetty

4. Sathiyan Gnanasekaran

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Introduction

Sathiyan Gnanasekaran (born 8 January 1993) is an Indian table tennis player, currently ranked at 32 in the world now. He was a member of the Indian team that took the bronze in the 2011 Junior World Championships.

Career Highlights

2017 had been a special year for Sathiyan where he won gold in the ITTF Challenge – Spanish Open, in Almeria (2017) in the men’s singles category and created history by becoming the first Indian Table Tennis player ever to win two ITTF pro tour titles.

In April 2018, he won three medals in his debut Commonwealth Games at Gold Coast, Australia. He also played an important role by winning both his matches against Japan in the Men Team category quarterfinals and won a historic bronze medal at the Asian Games 2018 held at Jakarta for the first time ever after a gap of 60 years.

In September 2019, he pulled off the biggest win of his career by defeating the Japanese prodigy Harimoto Tomokazu in straight sets at the Asian TT Championships 2019. In the same event, he also gave a stellar performance by becoming the first Indian ever after a gap of 43 years to reach the Quarterfinals in Men Singles category.

5. Harmeet Desai

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Introduction

Harmeet Desai is an Indian table-tennis player. He is from Surat.In 2018 Commonwealth Games held at Gold Coast, Australia, He won gold in men’s team event with Sharath Kamal, Anthony Amalraj, Sathiyan Gnanasekaran & Sanil Shetty and bronze in Men’s doubles event with Sanil Shetty.Harmeet Desai won Men’s Singles Title at Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships 2019 at Cuttack,India defeated favorite Sathiyan Gnanasekaran in a hard-fought final to claim the Men’s singles title. He has been honoured with the Arjuna Award by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India in 2019.

Career Highlights

Harmeet Desai won a gold medal in the men’s team and a bronze medal in the men’s double category for Table tennis at the Commonwealth Games 2018 that were held in Gold Coast, Queensland in Australia.He was awarded the Arjuna award by Indian President Ram Nath Kovind in August 2019 for his outstanding performance in Table Tennis. He won the ITTF Indonesia Open Tournament in November 2019. This was a historic moment as he was the first Indian to win an ITTF tournament in the Asian Continent. In January 2020, he created history when he won the National Championship title for the year 2019 – 2020 as he was the first player from the state of Gujarat to win the National Champion title in table tennis. He was a member of the Indian Junior Team that created history by winning the Junior Championships. He participated and won a bronze medal in the 2018 Asian Games held in the city of Jakarta.

6. Sanil Shankar Shetty

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Introduction

Sanil Shankar Shetty is an Indian table-tennis player. In the 2018 Commonwealth Games held at Gold Coast, Australia, he won gold in men’s team event with Sharath Kamal, Anthony Amalraj, Sathiyan Gnanasekaran & Harmeet Desai & bronze in Men’s doubles event with Harmeet Desai.

Career Highlights

Since taking up the sport at the age of 10, Sanil rose to become India’s national table tennis champion in 2014. He was also the first player from Mumbai to achieve the feat since Kamlesh Mehta in 1995.

His first glory moment was when he won the Under-10 talent search tournament. His aim is to represent India in the Olympics and to be in Top 20, in the world.

Conclusion

To make Table Tennis as popular as other sports in 2021, an extraordinary strategy and goal setting needs to be put forth.
But just setting goals won’t do !!

Without an actionable strategy, NOTHING is possible.
With astro strategy, EVERYTHING is possible, says Hirav Shah, India’s top Business Astrologer

It’s time to make 2021 BEST !!

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