Manika Batra: The Saphire Of Indian Table Tennis 

This 21-year-old has a lot to come up with!

Manika Batra: The Saphire Of Indian Table Tennis 
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Emerging stars and talents are what this era is all about and here we are going to tell you the story of a star who has just begun to create her own new era. Manika Batra, as we stated the sapphire of Indian Table-Tennis can be seen as one of the most promising indoor racquet stars. Soon after the Rio Olympics, she was ranked 98th in the top 100 paddlers of the world. On achieving this, she became the first female Indian Table Tennis star to reach this spot in 30 years. Currently, she is the top-ranked female table tennis player in India and is ranked 115th in the world. 

Have a look at some of the achievements of the rising star, Manika.

Batra turned down teenage modelling to focus on her TT career. 

Batra turned down teenage modelling to focus on her TT career. 

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Manika being felicitated by the Indian Olympic ambassadors Salman Khan and A.R. Rahman

Manika being felicitated by the Indian Olympic ambassadors Salman Khan and A.R. Rahman
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The poster says it all

The poster says it all
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She stands 5' 11" tall and taller is her passion for the game

She stands 5' 11

When asked about her gameplan for the Olympics, she said, "I have been playing in a large stadium and the best part of it is that I have always felt very comfortable". Talking more about her perception of her game, "I know winning a medal at the Olympic level is very difficult but I will try to do better than anyone from our country has ever done".

Batra's picture with some of the most prominent personalities wishing her the best.

Batra's picture with some of the most prominent personalities wishing her the best.

Winner of National Senior Table Tennis Championship

Winner of National Senior Table Tennis Championship
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Sachin Tendulkar wishing Manika the best for her career ahead

Share and promote the player and her confidence as you can see in her the bright future of our nation.

Will you be there to cheer up for Manika in Olympics 2020?