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Old warhorse Sharath breaks into top-30 of ITTF rankings

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Veteran player has broken into the top-30 of the ITTF rankings while teammate G Sathiyan has jumped four places to reach a career-high 31st position.

With 36-year-old Sharath and the much younger Sathiyan achieving a career-best rankings, the year has gotten better for Indian Sharath held the 31st spot in the rankings for October and November before gaining a place in December.

In a path-breaking year, won an unprecedented two bronze medals in held in

Sharath and Sathiyan led to a men's team bronze before another unexpected bronze came when Sharath and Manika Batra finished in the top-four of the mixed doubles competition.

The other Indian in the top-100 of the men's rankings is Harmeet Desai (100).

Manika has gained a place to be 52nd in the women's rankings and remains the sole Indian in the top-100.

had also produced their best ever showing at the by winning eight medals, including three gold. Manika created history by winning the women's singles gold in the Games held in

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First Published: Mon, December 03 2018. 18:30 IST