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Dabang Delhi Lose to Debutants Puneri Paltan in Ultimate Table Tennis Opener

Puneri Paltan, who were making their debut, defeated Dabang Delhi 8-7 in the season opener of the third edition of Ultimate Table Tennis.

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Updated:July 25, 2019, 10:46 PM IST
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Dabang Delhi Lose to Debutants Puneri Paltan in Ultimate Table Tennis Opener
Puneri Paltan defeated Dabang Delhi in their debut UTT match (Photo Credit: Puneri Paltan/Twitter)
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New Delhi: The third edition of Ultimate Table Tennis got underway here on Thursday with debutants Puneri Paltan overcoming Dabang Delhi 8-7 in a close and exciting encounter.

Going into the last match of the day with the overall scores tied at 6-6, Germany's Sabine Winter showed no signs of nerves as she overcame Romania's Bernadette Szocs 2-1 to clinch that crucial extra point.

India's top-ranked player G Sathiyan produced a stellar performance, beating Harmeet Desai in the men's singles and then pairing up with Bernadette Szocs to win two matches and clinch five points.

But that was not enough as Paltan won both the women's singles and the second men's Singles.

Ayhika Mukherjee began Paltan's campaign on a positive note, comfortably beating Krittwika Sinha Roy, picking up the three points on offer in the first women's singles.

She seemed to be in a bit of bother as she fell behind 4-6 and 9-10. Ayhika, however, saved the golden point and won one more to take the game.

She was on a roll in the second game, jumping to a 6-2 lead to win it rather easily. The third game was, however, tight, with Krittwika taking her all the way to another golden point tussle. Ayhika, fresh from her victory in the Commonwealth Table Tennis Championship, held her nerve to win all the points for her team.

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