The world number 36 pairing beat the 23rd-ranked combine of Melanie Diaz and Adriana Diaz from Puerto Rico 11-3, 11-8, 12-10.
The court also expressed 'anguish' at the manner in which a committee, constituted by the federation to look into the allegations, was reconstituted after it sought the Centre's stand on the issue.
The counsel for the federation denied all allegations and said that the national coach was not even present at the national camp.
The petition alleges that the national coach had on one occasion pressurised Manika Batra to throw away a match to enable one of his personal trainees to qualify for the Olympics 2020.
After the omission of Manika Batra from the upcoming Asian Championships squad raised eyebrows, TTFI and the paddlers held clear-the-air talks at the national camp at Sonepat.
The federation had already intimated to all paddlers post the Tokyo Olympics that for a player to be eligible for selection, they will have to attend national camps.
The Table Tennis Federation of India had made it clear that any player not attending the camp will not be considered for selection.
TTFI calls executive committee meeting to discuss Manika's fixing allegations against national coach
After Manika's allegation, in response to the TTFI's showcause notice, the federation had asked Roy for a written response which he has submitted.
Currently, four men and only three women are at the camp, which, considering it to be a national camp, is quite low.
Batra stated that the national coach asked her to fix a match in Doha and she had "promptly" reported the matter to TTFI which did not take any action.
Manika Batra said Soumyadeep Roy asked her to concede match, can't term it fixing till we speak to coach, says TTFI Secretary
The TTFI Secretary General said the federation will first speak to the coach and any action will be taken only after that.
In an explosive reply to a show-cause notice has emerged where she levelled allegations against national coach as well as the TTFI
Having personal coach at events not about ego, it's basic requirement of individual sport: Manika Batra
Manika Batra said the authorities should not mind personal coaches travelling with the players even in multi-sport events.
This tournament is the fourth tier event in the new World Table Tennis format and playing here was a tactical decision.
Sathiyan Gunnasekaran and Manika Batra entered the pre-quarters of their respective events at the WTT Contender Budapest 2021 tournament.