The 42-day Senior National Table Tennis camp came to an end at Delhi Public School in Sonepat on Tuesday. The players were satisfied after training intensely for the first time since the COVID-19-induced break from March.

The Indian team’s torchbearer Sharath Kamal said the switch to match-mode was quick. “It was nice to play again after a while and to get back into the groove. We had morning and evening sessions and some days devoted to fitness and gym. Certainly, the COVID break wasn’t good in any way for us. It was great sparring with Manav [Thakkar], Jeet [Chandra] and Sudanshu Grover. We got into the match mode pretty quickly we are hoping that competitions will start sooner than later,” Sharath told Sportstar on Tuesday.

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