This player who knocked on the door of the court joined the table tennis team
This player who knocked on the door of the court joined the table tennis team

Young table tennis player Diya Chitale, who had approached the Delhi High Court for not being included in the Indian women's team for the Commonwealth Games, was on Tuesday included in the squad in place of Archana Kamath for the July-August Games. .

However, Manush Shah, who filed a writ petition in the Delhi High Court, has become a reserve player. There has been no change in the men's team, which is headed by Sharath Kamal. The Committee of Administrators (CoA), governing the suspended Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI), had last week announced a provisional women's team with 19-year-old Chitale on standby along with Manika Batra, Kamath, Sreeja Akula and Reeth Rishi.

Let us inform that this team was yet to get the approval of the Sports Authority of India (SAI), but the Sports Ministry, putting the ball in the court of the COA, clarified on Monday that the responsibility of team selection is being said to the national federation. After this, a meeting of the selection committee was held on Monday under the chairmanship of COA member SD Mudgal, in which the team was given the final shape.

The teams are as follows:-
Men: Sharath Kamal, G Sathiyan, Harmeet Desai, Sanil Shetty, Manush Shah (standby).
Female: Manika Batra, Diya Chitale, Reeth Rishya, Shreeja Akula, Swastika Ghosh (standby).

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