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Prachi Jha

Table Tennis

Prachi Jha

Home Club*:



10th grade


Stefan Feth, Zhen Shi Li, Zhang Li



Style of Play:






Blade and Rubber:

Timo Boll ALC, Tenergy 64

Highest Rating:



Competition Record/Titles:

  • 2014 North American Championships Girls' Team Champion
  • 2014 US National & World Team Member
  • 2013 US Women's Singles Finalist
  • 2013 U.S. World and Junior Team Member
  • 2012 US National Youth Champion
  • 2012 U.S. National Junior Girls & Cadet Girls Team Member
  • 2011 U.S. Nationals - Cadet Girls Singles Champion, Junior Girls Singles Semifinalist, 21 & Under Women's Singles Semifinalist
  • 2011 Canadian Junior & Cadet Circuit - Cadet Girls Singles & Cadet Girls Doubles Bronze Medalist
  • 2011 U.S. Open Cadet Girls Champion
  • 2011 North American Championships Cadet Girls USA Team Champion
  • 2011 USA Women's World Team Member
  • 2011 USA Cadet Girls Team Member
  • 2009 U.S. National Championships - Girls' 13 & Under Champion, #6 Junior Girls & #6 Cadets Girls
  • 2009 U.S. Open - Girls' 13 & Under Champion
  • 2009 Pre Cadet PAN AM Championships - Mixed Doubles Bronze Medal

How were you introduced to table tennis:

My parents played Table Tennis at a club and watching them, I wanted to play also. For my 8th birthday they enrolled me in a 1 day TT camp. They realized that I really loved the sport and later enrolled me for private lessons along with camps.

Personal Info:

I am 14 years old, studying in 9th grade at Milpitas High School. Besides Table tennis, I love to ride bikes, run long distance, play basketball, read books and listen to music.

I enjoy traveling to competitions and training around the world for Table Tennis.

Did You Know?

that I have a dog named Shadow.
that I love to make sandwiches and bake things.
that I love Thai, Chinese, Maxican, Italian foods.
that 2 of my coaches are 4 times world champions and one of them was German National team member.

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