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Table Tennis Player Manika Batra World Ranking, Height, Information Stats, Biography

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Manika Batra is a popular and professional Indian Table tennis player from Delhi, India. She is a player who plays are the position of Shakehand grip. She is one of the tops and popular table tennis players in Indian where she is also awarded the Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna by India in 2020. Check Table Tennis Player Manika Batra World Ranking, Height, Stats, Biography.

Table Tennis Player Manika Batra World Ranking

The table tennis player represents India in various tournaments in the sport. She had a ranking of 62nd in the world ranking for table tennis.

There are numerous medal records for the player in the game. Check out more details about the Table tennis player Manika Batra world ranking, height, information stats, biography, and other information here on this page.

Table Tennis Player Manika Batra World Ranking, Height, Stats, Biography

Table Tennis Player Manika Batra Bio

The table tennis player is an Indian player from Delhi, India. She plays the game with the playing style Shakehand grip. She is a popular player who is awarded the Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna in 2020.

NameManika Batra
Birth DateJune 15 1995
Birth PlaceDelhi, India
SportTable Tennis
Playing StyleShakehand Grip
Height5 feet 11 inches
Weight67 kgs

Table Tennis Player Manika Batra Career

Batra is a popular table tennis player where she is the silver winner for the 2011 Chile Open under the 2-1 category. She has also represented India in the 2014 commonwealth games at Glasgow where she makes it to the quarterfinalist.

In 2014 she takes part in the Asian Games. The is also a winner for bagging up three medals in 2015 in the Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships.

There are numerous other records to the name of the table tennis player Manika Batra.

Table Tennis Player Manika Batra Awards & Medals

There are various records to her name where she represents team India in the game. Here are a few of the records to the player’s name. She has been representing Indian in the tournaments like Asian Games, Commonwealth Games, South Asian Games, and many more.

  • Asian Games
    • Bronze | 2018 Jakarta Palembang | Mixed Doubles
  • Commonwealth Games
    • Gold | 2018 Gold Coast | Women’s team
    • Gold | 2018 Gold Coast | Women’s singles
    • Silver | 2018 Gold Coast | Women’s doubles
    • Bronze | 2018 Gold Coast | Mixed Doubles
  • South Asian Games
    • Gold | 2016 Guwahati/Shilong | Women’s team
    • Gold | 2016 Guwahati/Shilong | Women’s doubles
    • Silver | 2016 Guwahati/Shillong | Women’s Singles
    • Gold | 2016 Guwahati Shillong | Mixed Doubles

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