Manika Batra left out of India's Asian TT Championships squad
Manika had failed to attend the national camp in Sonepat, which TTFI had said was mandatory for players to be considered for selection.
Batra, Roy to appear before five member TTFI inquiry panel
The inquiry panel will submit its report in six weeks.
Show-cause notices and fixing allegations: Understanding Manika Batra vs TTFI vs national coach Roy
TTFI have sought Roy's response to Batra's charges; its executive council is expected to meet on September 11.
Manika Batra alleges national coach Roy asked her to fix match in Olympic qualifiers
Manika said this was the main reason she refused his help at the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Manika Batra: Having personal coach not about ego, it's a basic requirement
Manika said if her personal coach had court-side access at Tokyo Olympics, she would have done better.
Tokyo Paralympics: Bhavinaben Patel wins silver after losing in final to world no. 1
Bhavinaben lost to top seed Zhou Ying of China in the final on Sunday.
Tokyo Paralympics: Bhavinaben Patel wins semifinal to enter gold medal match
Bhavinaben Patel will face two-time Paralympic singles gold medallist Zhou Ying of China in the final on Sunday.
Tokyo Paralympics: Bhavinaben assured of historic table tennis medal after beating defending champ to enter semis
Bhavinaben defeated defending Olympic champion Borislava Peric Rankovic to make the last four.
China wins 4th straight gold in team table tennis
First-time Olympians Chen Meng and Wang Manyu beat Kasumi Ishikawa and Miu Hirano, and then Sun Yingsha topped third-ranked Mima Ito as China won the women's team table tennis event over Japan for the gold medal.
Singapore paddlers to meet giants China in Olympics quarters
Singapore are through to the quarter-finals of the table tennis women's team event at Tokyo 2020 but will next face giants China.
Ma makes history with fourth table tennis gold
Olympic and world champion Ma Long clinched his fourth gold medal at his third Olympics in winning the men's table tennis singles title at the Tokyo Games on Friday.
Yu Mengyu falls short in winning Singapore's first medal of Tokyo 2020
Singaporean Yu Mengyu has come up just short in her bid to win Singapore's first medal of Tokyo 2020 after losing in the table tennis women's singles bronze medal match.
Singapore's Yu stuns another top seed to reach Olympics semis
Yu Mengyu's giant-killing run at the Tokyo Olympics continued on Wednesday as she beat Kasumi Ishikawa to reach the semi-finals of the table tennis women's singles.
Manika refusing national coach's help is act of indiscipline: TTFI
Soumyadeep Roy is the national coach, but Manika had taken her personal coach Sanmay Paranajpe to the Games.
Mind, body and soul: How Sharath Kamal made his fourth Olympics at 39
Veteran table tennis player leaves Tokyo with "goosebumps and tears" after running Chinese legend Ma Long close in the third round.
Sharath Kamal takes a game off Ma Long before Tokyo 2020 exit
Sharath Kamal lost 7-11 11-8 11-13 4-11 4-11 in 46 minutes to the reigning Olympic and world champion Ma Long in third round.
Japan wins table tennis gold with upset of China
Japanese pair Jun Mizutani and Mima Ito rallied to win gold in mixed doubles table tennis, beating the favored Chinese team in seven games.
Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Sharath wins; Manika, Sutirtha lose
While Sharath Kamal beat Portugal's Tiago Apolonia, Manika Batra lost to 10th seed Sofia Polcanova.
Tokyo 2020: Manika stuns world no.32, Sathiyan suffers shock loss
Manika the world no.62, pulled off a thrilling comeback to upset Pesotska 4-11, 4-11, 11-7, 12-10, 8-11, 11-5, 11-7 in second round.
'Sutirtha's journey can be made into a Bollywood film'
India's national head coach on Sutirtha Mukherjee's rise
For Hend Zaza, Olympics' youngest athlete, reaching Games 'already an achievement'
Syria's Hend Zaza lost in straight sets during her opening table tennis match of the Games but said she will "learn from the loss."
Rapid-fire with Manika Batra
India's table tennis sensation on her first Olympic memory, her idols, and more
Soumyadeep Roy: This is India's best table tennis contingent at an Olympics
India's Chief National Coach spoke to ESPN.in about their medal hopes and life at the Olympic village
TT 'twins' in Tokyo: Sharath and Sathiyan, veteran and newbie, finally get to play in the same Olympics
Sharath Kamal and G Sathiyan are both from the same city, Chennai, and are thick buddies with a common love for Rajini, Federer and films.
An inside look into the Games by a seven-time Olympian
ESPN spoke to Nigerian table tennis veteran Olufunke Oshonaike, who will be competing at her seventh Olympic Games come Tokyo, about her experiences across 25 years of five-ringed competition.
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Algerian judoka banned 10 years for refusing Olympic bout
Algerian judoka Fethi Nourine has been banned from competition for 10 years by the International Judo Federation after his withdrawal from the Tokyo Olympics to avoid a potential bout against an Israeli opponent.
Tokyo Paralympics: Pramod Bhagat wins historic badminton gold
Meanwhile, Manoj Sarkar won bronze in the same event after defeating Japan's Daisuke Fujihara 22-20, 21-13.
Tokyo Paralympics: Harvinder Singh wins historic archery bronze in men's individual recurve
Harvinder Singh beat Su Min Kim 6-5 in the bronze medal playoff, becoming the first ever Indian archer to medal at Paralympics.
USA Gymnastics eyes $425 million settlement with survivors in Larry Nassar case
USA Gymnastics and hundreds of women who claim they were abused by Larry Nassar filed a joint $425 million settlement proposal in U.S. Bankruptcy Court on Tuesday that could put an end to years of litigation.
Afghan Hossain Rasouli misses 100m after late arrival in Tokyo following evacuation, competes in long jump at Paralympics
Afghan sprinter Hossain Rasouli, who arrived in Tokyo on Saturday after being evacuated from Kabul, arrived too late for his event, the 100m T47, so he competed in the long jump instead.
Simone Biles, on her competitive future and new business ventures
While the Olympic experience was not what she had expected or hoped, Simone Biles says she's grateful for the support she received -- and is now looking ahead to new opportunities.