Participants

Pooja SAHASRABUDHE

Pooja SAHASRABUDHE
    Table Tennis
Birth Date:  13 Sep 1991
Place of Birth:  THANE, MAHARASHTRA
Country of birth:  IND
Age:  26
Gender:   Female
Height (cm):  167
Weight (Kg):  67

Pooja SAHASRABUDHE - Schedule


Schedule
Time Event Status
Thu, 5 Apr 9:30
Women's Team Group 2
India
3
Sri Lanka
0
Finished
Thu, 5 Apr 16:00
Women's Team Group 2
India
2
Wales
1
Finished
Sat, 7 Apr 9:30
Women's Team Quarterfinal 4
Malaysia
0
India
3
Finished
Sun, 8 Apr followed by
Women's Team Semifinal 2
England
0
India
3
Finished
Sun, 8 Apr 18:30
Gold Medal Event Women's Team Gold Medal Match
Singapore
1
India
3
Finished
Wed, 11 Apr 11:50
Women's Doubles Round of 32
KINOO Ruqayyah/RAMASAWMY Sanjana Alix
0
MUKHERJEE Sutirtha/SAHASRABUDHE Pooja
3
Finished
Wed, 11 Apr 13:35
Mixed Doubles Round of 32
CHOONG Javen/LYNE Karen
3
DESAI Harmeet/SAHASRABUDHE Pooja
1
Finished
Thu, 12 Apr 9:30
Women's Doubles Round of 16
CAREY Charlotte/THOMAS Chloe
1
MUKHERJEE Sutirtha/SAHASRABUDHE Pooja
3
Finished
Thu, 12 Apr 17:15
Women's Doubles Quarterfinal 2
MUKHERJEE Sutirtha/SAHASRABUDHE Pooja
3
COTE Alicia/ZHANG Mo
0
Finished
Fri, 13 Apr 11:50
Women's Doubles Semifinal 1
FENG Tianwei/YU Mengyu
3
MUKHERJEE Sutirtha/SAHASRABUDHE Pooja
0
Finished
Fri, 13 Apr 19:20
Bronze Medal Event Women's Doubles Bronze Medal Match
MUKHERJEE Sutirtha/SAHASRABUDHE Pooja
1
HO Ying/LYNE Karen
3
Finished

Biographical Information


Highlights
World Championships
YearLocationEventRank
2016 Kuala Lumpur, MAS Women's Team 25
2014 Tokyo, JPN Women's Team 29

Nickname: Poo (athlete, 4 Jul 2017)
Hobbies

Singing and dancing (Athlete, 4 Jul 2017)


Education: Mumbai University
Languages spoken: English, Marathi, Hindi
Position style: Right-handed, shakehand grip
Reason: "My sister used to play, so I started going with her and playing for fun when I was eight years old." (Athlete, 4 Jul 2017)
Ambition: "To win a medal at the (Gold Coast 2018) Commonwealth Games and then qualify for Tokyo (2020 Olympic Games)." (Athlete, 4 Jul 2017)
Memorable: "Winning the silver medal at the (2008) Youth Commonwealth Games in Pune, India." (Athlete, 4 Jul 2017)
Hero: Indian cricketer Sachin TENDULKAR. "It's my dream to meet him." (Athlete, 4 Jul 2017)
Influence: Swiss tennis player Roger FEDERER. "He is so inspirational, both on and off the court." (Athlete, 4 Jul 2017)
Ritual: "A very good warm up and listen to songs to focus." (Athlete, 4 Jul 2017)

Legend

Gold: Gold
Silver: Silver
Bronze: Bronze
Gold Medal Event: Gold Medal Event
Bronze Medal Event: Bronze Medal Event

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