Nigeria finishes with 24 medals as curtain draws on competition
Nigeria ended its competition at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games with Aruna Quadri’s table tennis silver medal bringing the country’s total haul at the event to 24.
Quadri’s table tennis silver medal rounds off exciting outing for Team Nigeria
Despite failing to win the gold medal battle against Singapore’s Gao Ning, Nigeria’s Aruna Quadri has described his silver medal as a just reward for his efforts at the just concluded Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games held in Australia. Having come from 2-0 down against the experienced Singaporean, Quadri succumbed to the two–time silver medalist…
Aruna, Toriola qualifies for Men’s doubles quarter finals
The combination of Aruna Quadri and Segun Toriola was good enough to beat the pair of Malaysia’s Javen Choong and Chee Feng Leong 3-1 (11-7, 9-11, 11-8,11-5) to reach the quarter finals in the ongoing 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast Australia on Thursday.
Quadri joins Nigeria’s Commonwealth Games’ table tennis squad
The arrival of Table Tennis whizkid, Aruna Quadri has boosted the morale of his teammates, as well as other Nigerian officials as the semifinal of team event strokes off.
Quadri, Abiodun close to qualification at ETTU Champions League
Aruna Quadri and Bode Abiodun are edging closer to becoming the first Africans to play in the semifinal stage of the lucrative European Table Tennis Union (ETTU)-organised Champions League after Portugal’s Sporting Club defeated French champion, Stella Sport La Romagne, 3-1 in the first leg of the quarterfinal tie. With Quadri playing a crucial role…
Aruna Quadri hits Swedish Open’s main draw
Aruna Quadri yesterday continued his unbeaten run in the knockout stage of the preliminary round of the ITTF World Tour, tagged Swedish Open, beating Hong Kong’s Kit Kwan Ho 4-2 to qualify into the main draw of the men’s singles.
Quadri’s pact with Premier Lotto a step to better things, says Obisanya
Former National Table Tennis Coach, Babatunde Obisanya has described the deal between Aruna Quadri and Nigeria Premier Lotto in Liege, Belgium, as a step to better things for the African champion.
Quadri, Assar give way, as top seeds march on
Other results include Lee Sangsu of Korea Republic, who was humbled by Koki Niwa of Japan 11-5, 12-11, 8-11, 2-11, 11-6, 11-9, while China’s Lin Gaoyuan, dismissed Portugal’s Marcos Freitas in 11-3, 10-12, 11-9, 11-5, 11-five sets.