**BREAKING NEWS** – UTT – 65th National School Table Tennis Championships – 2019, from 5th to 9th January – 2020 at Sama Indoor Sports Complex, Vadodara
Welcome to The Table Tennis Association of Baroda
(City & District) Vadodara
Table Tennis Association of Baroda (City and District) (TTAB) was established way back in October 1977. Today it has become a young & vibrant association of 42 years. TTAB have prioritized to make Table Tennis one of the most popular games in the District, State & Country.
ADVANTAGES OF TTAB
Full time TT Coach from “Sports Authority of India (SAI)” “Retired Table Tennis Coach” Vishnu Sharma appointed by.
“A long time dream of TTAB, to have an excellent TT facility in Vadodara, has now become a reality with the setting up of a TT hall at The M. S. University Pavilion, Fatehgunj, Vadodara. This venue now boasts of state-of-the-art facilities like synthetic flooring (made in Germany), international class TT Tables (7 numbers), Table Tennis Robot for practicing and an ambience easily comparable to any international Table Tennis Venue”.
Kalpesh Thakkar, Honorary Secretary – TTAB
Testimonial from great players
TTAB is one of the most efficient and active districts of India which has been managed in professional manner. I have been closely associated with it since last 12 years and have witnessed it grow year after year. They are the only district in India organising a residential Advance training camp for the last 12 years open to all at a very subsidised rate but with excellent facilities.
Kamlesh Mehta, Arjun Awardee, Table Tennis
As a sportsman and also as a sports lover, I have immense pleasure in being associated with the TTAB who are doing such a wonderful job in the promotion and development of Table Tennis in this part of the state. The TTAB, under the dynamic leadership of Jayaben Thakkar and the never say die Secretary Kalpesh Thakkar, is one of the most proactive district sports association I have seen in the country and sincerely wish them the very best in all their sporting endeavour..
Partho Ganguli, Asian Games Bronze Medalist & Arjuna Awardee