The gold medalist in mixed doubles at the Commonwealth Games is now playing in hyderabad in a national ranking table tennis competition. With veteran sharath Kamal, the 24-year-old has been experiencing the finest times of her career, earning back-to-back national titles and the CWG gold. She was recently selected for the delhi Dabang squad in the fourth season of Ultimate table tennis (UTT).
"I also participate in a lot of international competitions to raise my world ranking. My goal is to drop below 70 and 60 in the global rankings, where I now stand at No. 1 in my country. For the selection of the india squad for the Asian Games, both national and international rankings would be taken into account, according to Sreeja, who is presently ranked 97 in the world.
The young woman expressed excitement about participating in the league during the upcoming season. The new season of play is thrilling. I participated in Season 2 but was absent for Season 3. I am anticipating the fourth season, which will be conducted after a three-year break, she remarked.
She also said that leagues like UTT are essential for the nation right now. It benefits the game. The popularity of these leagues will increase. The number of participants in the sport will grow.