CWG 2022: New controversy in Indian table tennis, male coach present in women’s matches

Indian Table Tennis Team, CWG 2022: A new controversy has arisen again in the Indian Table Tennis team. This time it’s her Commonwealth Games. India, taking part in the tournament as the defending champions in the women’s team event, were upset in the quarter-finals by Malaysia. There was such a difference between the two teams that some players from Malaysia are not even included in the world rankings.

Mudgil was supposed to be in Birmingham with the Indian team as team manager but stayed in India to bring in sports psychologist Gayatri Vartak to join the team.

Raman is the personal coach of male player G Sathiyan. When the quarter-final match turned very tight, Raman was seen coaching Rit Rishya. After this unexpected defeat, the Manika Batra-led team did not even stop to talk to the media, which is standard protocol in such big events.

Raman said after the match, "It was a very close match. For us the combination was completely different. The combination of a defensive player, a left-hander and a right-hander was challenging for us. The girls presented a tough challenge but today was not our day."

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