I am someone who was a jack of all...master of none till 17 years of age. Then one day while waiting for my table tennis turn in the college gymkhana, my seniors insulted me saying that, "Heyy, you belong to the juniors table!! YOU PLAY OVER THERE!! (However, I had already become a champ of juniors table and considered myself promoted on the senior one). I denied to go there and he further insulted me did not let me play.
THEN I decided, ''I will teach these guys a lesson''. The very next month I joined the nearby Table Tennis club, used to practice on an average 8 hours a day and took my game from beginner to pro in just 3 months.
Now 6 months later after the previous insult incidence, I met this ex-senior in the gymkhana. This guy got defeated by me 21-6 and all time he was open mouthed and then later appreciated for the transforming change in my game.
Since then, there was never looking back. I starting competing in district, state, club and inter college tournaments and started acing in them.
Initially, being a jack of all sports, I decided I should pursue my competency in Table Tennis. It has been 8 years attached with this lovely and addictive sport and will be the same throughout my life
After my B.E, I wanted to pursue my career in sports and that's when I found Decathlon and eventually became the sport leader for Table Tennis. Since, 3 years I am helping Decathlon making Table Tennis accessible to the Mumbai users.
THAT'S MY SHORT, SWEET AND TINY STORY!! Hopefully a book to be written ahead in the next few years :D