Aruna Quadri Decries Selective Justice In Ranking By World Table Tennis

Aruna Quadri Decries Selective Justice In Ranking By World Table Tennis

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Africa’s number one Table Tennis player, Quadri Aruna has expressed displeasure over the injustice meted out to him by the World Table Tennis, (WTT) for missing two major tournaments.

The African Games’ silver medallist revealed that sickness stopped him from participating in the World Championship in Korea.

Quadri in a post on his social media page said “Two ranking penalties in two consecutive months plus monetary penalty” said such injustice will not be acceptable.

The Commonwealth Silver medallist said, “My first sin is because I was sick with chronic diarrhoea. I was not able to participate in the World Championships in Korea and I could not get a doctor’s report on time while on sick bed.

“My appeal was rejected and my second sin is because I decided to represent my club that is paying me a salary: I could not participate in the WTT CHAMPIONSHIP in Korea. Meanwhile, I informed WTT one month before the start of WTT CHAMPIONSHIP in Korea that I had club engagement.

“All of these penalties come from WTT. Such an injustice is totally unacceptable and should not be waived,” he queried.

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