Kamal is training hard to keep himself fit with his India teammates and upcoming players at his SDAT-AKG table tennis academy.
The latest calendar released by the world body includes two WTT events in Doha while there is also the prospect of the Continental and World Qualifiers for the Olympics.
Initially, he wanted to go and play in the Champions League for his club side Borussia Dusseldorf. But visa issues put paid to his hopes.
2020 was effectively wrecked from a sporting perspective but a few of India’s athletes still managed to compete in events. Here are the accounts of A Sharath Kamal, Rohan Bopanna and Saurav Ghosal as
Sonepat is likely to the venue for the senior nationals after it successfully hosted the national camp for 42 days.
Sharath Kamal will be part of the men's training group where he will be joined by Manush Shah, Manav Thakkar, Sudhanshu Grover and Jubin Kumar.
There is another storm brewing which might derail the ITTF’s plans which also include the women’s World Cup.
The German Bundesliga started and already a couple of matches have been postponed due to players contracting the virus.
The trio’s plan was to raise Rs 10 lakh and in three days, the response has been overwhelming with Rs 6 lakh already raised.
Table tennis ace Sharath Kamal is enjoying the break and spending quality time with family, but there is a lingering concern.
When the list finally came out on Thursday, the Padma Shri awardee became India’s highest ranked paddler at World No 31.
The jump in the rankings comes after Sharath's triumph at the Oman Open last month, when he won his first ITTF title in 10 years.
The current rankings remained the same as those released last month due to the need to further evaluate all implications related to postponements and other complications.
India’s table tennis ace shifts focus to restarting his preparation for the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics.
Fresh from his Oman Open triumph, A Sharath Kamal reached Chennai in the wee hours of Monday.