Former India table tennis player Suhas Kulkarni succumbs to Covid-19 | More sports News – Eagles Vine

MUMBAI: Former India table tennis player Suhas Kulkarni succumbed to Covid-19 on Sunday. He was 68. Kulkarni had been admitted for treatment to the Kaushalya Hospital in Thane but breathed his last on Sunday morning.
He is survived by his wife, daughter, son-in-law, mother, brothers and sisters, most of whom are connected with TT and other sports.
Belonging to Mumbai’s well-known Kulkarni table tennis family, Suhas, a cheerful person, was the elder brother of international Nandini. His younger brothers Satish and Jayant too played for India. After retirement, he was actively involved in the game as a coach and also regularly played in the Masters’ TT tournaments at the National and International level.
He had also won the National Masters’ TT Championship in Indore in 2019. His demise has left the city’s T-T community shocked.

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