Sharath Kamal Achanta (né le 12 juillet 1982) est un pongiste indien. Il a remporté la médaille d'or lors des Jeux du Commonwealth en 2006.Il représente son pays lors des Jeux olympiques de 2008.Il remporte en 2010 l'Open d'Égypte ITTF, et devient ainsi le premier Indien à remporter un titre du Pro Tour.↑ (en) http://sports.rediff.com/report/2010/jul/11/sharath-kamal-wins-egypt-open-tt.htm

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  • Sharath Kamal Achanta (né le 12 juillet 1982) est un pongiste indien. Il a remporté la médaille d'or lors des Jeux du Commonwealth en 2006.Il représente son pays lors des Jeux olympiques de 2008.Il remporte en 2010 l'Open d'Égypte ITTF, et devient ainsi le premier Indien à remporter un titre du Pro Tour.
  • Achanta Sharath Kamal (Telugu: ఆచంట శరత్ కమల్ ) (Tamil: அச்சந்த சரத் கமல்) born on 12 July 1982 is a professional table tennis player from Tamil Nadu India. His mother tongue is Telugu. His current world rank is 53th in the world. Sharath is considered to be one of the best TT player India has ever produced. He won the men's singles gold in the 16th Commonwealth table tennis championship held at Kuala Lumpur in 2004. He is a recipient of the Arjuna award for the year 2004. He is currently living in Duesseldorf, Germany and plays in the Bundesliga for the club Borussia Duesseldorf. He is employed with the Indian Oil Corporation as an officer. Over the past few years he has been playing in the European league. After stints in Spain and Sweden, he is currently playing in the German Bundesliga.He has won the US Open Table Tennis Men's championships held at Grand Rapids, Michigan in July 2010. During the course of the tournamnet he went on to defeat the defending champion Thomas Keinath of Slovakia in an epic battle of 7 games to win4-3. In the same year he won the Egypt Open beating Li Ching of Hong Kong in straight sets 11-7, 11-9, 11-8, 11-4, thus becoming first Indian to win singles title on the ITTF Pro Tour. He also captained the Indian men's team that won the team title at the same championship by defeating favourites and nine-time champions England.He also won the gold medal at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, beating crowd favourite Australian William Henzell in the final, apart from helping the Indian team clinch gold in the table tennis team event against Singapore. He teamed up with Subhajit Saha to win the Men's Doubles gold at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi.He represented India in the 2004 Olympics in Athens and is still the top Indian TT player. He also has represented the country in the 2006 Asian Games at Qatar.In the year 2007 he was the first Indian to win the Pyongyong Invitational Tournament held at Pyongyong, North Korea. This was the 21st edition of the tournament which was held in August 2007.His best performance on the world circuit came up in the Japan Pro Tour held in June 2007 where he beat World No.19, Lee Jung Woo (South Korea). After this victory he reached his career best ranking of World No. 73 and in January 2011 his ranking is 40. Incidentally, Sharath was also the only Indian Men's Table Tennis player to be selected for the Beijing Olympics in 2008.In the season 2010-11 he also played in the German major league (Bundesliga) for TSV Graefelfing and has been one of the best players in the league with wins over top German TT players. He played for SV Werder Bremen in the 2011-12 season. During 2012-13, he played in the Swedish league before returning back to Germany in May 2013 to sign forBorussia Düsseldorf. Know as the "Rekordmeisters", Borussia Duessedorf is one of the best clubs in Europe. The current line up consists of German TT legend Timo Boll, world no 25. Patrick Baum, former Olympic medalist Christian Suss, Sharath Kamal and Ricardo Walther. Sharath and the team also won the Deutsche Pokal for the year 2013, a prestigious cup tournament in Germany. Currently the team is ranked second in the Bundesliga season 2013-14. He is an alumnus of PSBB Nungambakkam school (class of 2000) and Loyola College, Chennai.
  • Kamal Sharath Achanta (* 12. Juli 1982 in Machilipatnam) ist ein professioneller indischer Tischtennisspieler aus Tamil Nadu. Er gewann das Herren-Einzel bei den 16. Commonwealth-Spielen in Kuala Lumpur im Jahr 2004. Ebenso gewann er die US Open im Juli 2010 und mehrere andere internationale Turniere. Nachdem er eine Zeitlang in der spanischen Liga bei San Sebastian gespielt hatte, kam er in der Saison 2010/2011 in die deutsche Tischtennis-Bundesliga zum TSV Gräfelfing. Im März 2011 wechselte er zum Bundesligisten SV Werder Bremen, den er 2012 Richtung Italien zum Erstligisten Siracusa verließ. Da dieser sich jedoch auflöste und Achanta sich wegen der abgelaufenen Wechselfrist keinem neuen Verein anschließen konnte, hielt er sich als Vereinsloser im Trainingszentrum DTTZ in Düsseldorf fit. 2013 verpflichtete ihn Borussia Düsseldorf für ein Jahr, um den langfristig verletzten Christian Süß zu ersetzen.
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  • Sharath Kamal Achanta (né le 12 juillet 1982) est un pongiste indien. Il a remporté la médaille d'or lors des Jeux du Commonwealth en 2006.Il représente son pays lors des Jeux olympiques de 2008.Il remporte en 2010 l'Open d'Égypte ITTF, et devient ainsi le premier Indien à remporter un titre du Pro Tour.↑ (en) http://sports.rediff.com/report/2010/jul/11/sharath-kamal-wins-egypt-open-tt.htm
  • Kamal Sharath Achanta (* 12. Juli 1982 in Machilipatnam) ist ein professioneller indischer Tischtennisspieler aus Tamil Nadu. Er gewann das Herren-Einzel bei den 16. Commonwealth-Spielen in Kuala Lumpur im Jahr 2004. Ebenso gewann er die US Open im Juli 2010 und mehrere andere internationale Turniere. Nachdem er eine Zeitlang in der spanischen Liga bei San Sebastian gespielt hatte, kam er in der Saison 2010/2011 in die deutsche Tischtennis-Bundesliga zum TSV Gräfelfing.
  • Achanta Sharath Kamal (Telugu: ఆచంట శరత్ కమల్ ) (Tamil: அச்சந்த சரத் கமல்) born on 12 July 1982 is a professional table tennis player from Tamil Nadu India. His mother tongue is Telugu. His current world rank is 53th in the world. Sharath is considered to be one of the best TT player India has ever produced. He won the men's singles gold in the 16th Commonwealth table tennis championship held at Kuala Lumpur in 2004. He is a recipient of the Arjuna award for the year 2004.
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