Table Tennis: Singapore's women paddlers eye revenge against India at World Team Championships

Left: Singapore's Yu Mengyu lost to India's Manika Batra in the table tennis women's singles final on the Gold Coast.Below: In partnership with Community Switchboard, the national paddlers and STTA staff, including president Ellen Lee, packed and dis
Singapore's Yu Mengyu lost to India's Manika Batra in the table tennis women's singles final on the Gold Coast.ST PHOTO: ONG WEE JIN
Left: Singapore's Yu Mengyu lost to India's Manika Batra in the table tennis women's singles final on the Gold Coast.Below: In partnership with Community Switchboard, the national paddlers and STTA staff, including president Ellen Lee, packed and dis
In partnership with Community Switchboard, the national paddlers and STTA staff, including president Ellen Lee, packed and distributed more than 100 goodie bags for elderly residents within the Jalan Kukoh community.PHOTO: STTA

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Just two weeks after they were stunned by India in the team final at the Commonwealth Games, Singapore's women paddlers will get the chance to avenge their shock defeat when they compete in the World Team Table Tennis Championships.

Both have been drawn in Group A of the biennial event, which starts on Sunday in Halmstad.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on April 23, 2018, with the headline 'Paddlers eye India revenge'. Print Edition | Subscribe