Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI) and government of Odisha signed a memorandum of understanding to host 21st Commonwealth Table Tennis Championship.

In the presence of chief minister of the state, Naveen Pattnaik, the MoU has been signed between Department of Sports and Youth Services, Odisha, The Table Tennis Federation and Odisha State Table Tennis Association ( OSTTA).

Sports Secretary Vishal Dev signed the MoU with TTFI Senior Vice President SN Sultan and OSTTA President LN Gupta. Odisha’s Sports Minister Tusharkanti Behera was also present on the occasion.

Chief Minister, Pattnaik said, “The championship is an important step for us in promoting sports, especially table tennis in the state. I hope the event will bring renewed focus on the table tennis, in which India has been performing well in recent time.”

The 21st Commonwealth Table Tennis Championship will begin from July 17. Fourteen countries will participate in the championship which will be held at Jawarharlal Indoor Stadium in Cuttack from July 17 to July 22.

Except India, Singapore, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, England, Scotland, Wales, Jersey, Australia, Cyprus, South Africa and Nigeria and Pakistan.


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