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Olufunke Oshonaike celebrates her win with a dance

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First of all this is the video [Video Courtesy ITTF]

Most of the description is given below the video itself. Now all I want to say is that many may find this as an insult to the opponent, she may have violated the sportsmanship spirit to carry this on a little longer than expected. But look at the circumstances. She was losing 7-0 down. She overcame the deficit and then went on to win the game and match. Imagine all that tension finding the release when the cheery music started booming. Anybody can can celebrate the way they want. If I were the opponent, I wouldn’t mind seeing that. Maybe, I would’ve been happy for her as she overcame that lead and won. The only reason to be disappointed would be that the lead was given away, not how the win was celebrated.

I wanted to end by saying that this is what people play sports for. Specially table tennis. As I love the game myself, I think that these little things make the game more fun and exciting and gives reason to wake up the next day and keep playing table tennis and keep playing till its physically possible to do so.

Also, while we are on the subject,

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