Chennai: Former India table tennis player and Arjuna Award winner V Chandrashekar (V Chandrashekar) died in a private hospital on Wednesday due to complications related to Kovid-19. Family sources have given this information.
V Chandrashekar (V Chandrashekar) was 64 years old. He is survived by his wife and son.
V Chandrasekhar is no more
Chandrashekar (V Chandrashekar), popularly known as Chandra, was a three-time national champion. Born in Chennai, the player reached the semi-finals of the Commonwealth Games in 1982.
It has been learned from his family sources that V Chandrashekar (V Chandrashekar) was Corona positive. Due to which he has died in a private hospital.
V Chandrasekhar was also the champion outside the court
Chandrashekhar’s career could not progress further in 1984 due to unsuccessful knee operation. Because of this, he stopped moving, his voice and vision were lost. However, he did not give up and later became the coach. He won the legal battle against the hospital. He also coached at DG Vaishnav College and SBOA School. After this, he finally started the SDAT Medimix Chandra TT Coaching Center. The players he coached include the current Indian player G Sathiyan.