Manika Batra: Wiki, Bio, Height, Age, Birthday, Affair, Olympics, Ranking

Manika Batra: Wiki, Bio, Height, Age, Birthday, Affair, Olympics, Ranking, and details: Manika is a table tennis player and Olympian hailing from New Delhi, India. She is currently making the news headlines and is the center of media attention because of her participation in the Tokyo Olympics 2021. Manika received the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award in the year 2020. It is the highest honorary reward any sportsperson can get in the Republic of India. She started playing table tennis when she was just 5 years old. Starting young, she trained very hard and made her way through the toughest of opponents. Manika is currently ranked 63rd in the world.

Manika Batra

Manika Batra Life and Education

She was born in the year 1995 and currently, she is 26 years of age. Manika celebrates her birthday on the 15th of June every year with her family and loved ones. Born and raised in the Naraina Vihar area of New Delhi, Manika is an Indian by nationality and belongs to Indian ethnicity and she is racially brown. Talking about her educational background, she was enrolled in the Hans Raj Model School for her primary education. Later, she joined Jesus and Mary College for further studies but dropped out of college. The reason for her not completing her studies was to focus on her professional table tennis career.

Manika Batra

Manika Batra Career

Batra received many offers to pursue a career in the modeling industry. She rejected all those and chose her interest and made table tennis her first priority. She received her early table tennis training from her coach Sandeep Gupta. At the tender age of 8 years, she won the under-8 state-level tournament. Keeping her victory march ahead, Manika represented India for the first time in the year 2008, when she was a 13 years old teenager.

Some of the world-class championships where Manika has had the opportunity to represent India are: 2014 Commonwealth Games, 2014 Asian Games, 2015 Commonwealth Table Tennis Championship, 2016 Summer Olympics. In 2020, she failed to secure for India a position in the Women’s Team event at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics when she lost in the opening match of the Tokyo 2020 Qualifiers quarter-final to France’s Marie Migot.

Manika Batra Personal Life

Manika is the daughter of Girish Batra. She has two siblings, out of whom Manika is the youngest. Her elder brother is named Sahil and her sister is named Anchal. The details about her mother are currently not revealed. Talking about her relationship status and dating affairs, Manika has successfully kept her name away from all the scandals and controversies. She is currently single and focused on her career.

Regarding her physical features, Manika stands tall at a height of 6 feet. She is pretty tall and that might be the reason for numerous modeling offers that she received. She is a beautiful young lady. Her body measurements are 34-28-34 (inches).

Here is the full bio of Manika Batra, her profession, Olympics, medals,  hometown, marital status, married, husband, boyfriend, siblings, parents, career, age, job, birthday, height, weight, zodiac sign, gender, ethnicity, father, mother, education, university, college, degree, profession, net worth, birthplace, income sources, parents, and details.

Full NameManika Batra
Birthday15 June 1995
Age26 Years
Height6'0 inches
1.83 m
Body Measurements34-28-34
Weight65 kg
143 lbs
Birthplace Delhi
Zodiac SignGemini
EducationJesus and Mary College
ProfessionTable Tennis Player
Net WorthNot Known

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Some Lesser Known Facts About Manika

  • Her father Girish is suffering from some kind of mental condition.
  • Manika loves doing nail art in her free time.
  • At the age of 22 years, she was ranked 58 among World Female Table Tennis Players.
  • In 2018, she received Arjuna Award from the Govt. of India.
  • As per her date of birth, her zodiac sign is Gemini.

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