Vijayawada: Anthony Amalraj had to put up a fight to win the season’s first men single’s title as an enterprising Sudhanshu Grover’s fine run at the National Ranking (South Zone) Table Tennis Championships ended at the DRM Municipal Indoor Hall here on Wednesday.The women singles crown went to Sutirtha Mukherjee, who scored a come-from-behind victory of 4-3 over Railways’ Sagarika Mukherjee. It was her first title of the season.Amalraj, who won 4-2, made good use of several seeds falling by the wayside before the final and captialised on the chances that came his way.But it was not going to be easy against a spirited Sudhanshu, also from PSPB, who had some fantastic wins in the tournament.Amalraj, who led 3-1, was given a momentary jolt by Sudhanshu before the veteran former national champion came into his own to wrap it up. The victory also earned him Rs 77,000 in prize money and full 90 points.The Haryana girl must be given credit for the way she fought her way back in the summit clash and snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. (IANS)
Christine Yoo | Daily TrojanAna Alvarez, a senior international relations major, tables for United House of Prayer at the Involvement Fair on Wednesday. Hundreds of student organiations actively recruited along Trousdale Parkway. The Involvement Fair is the biggest opportunity for groups to promote themselves on campus.