In the last two years, 18-year-old Jalim Nandeshwaree has established herself as the number one female player for Mauritius and her dominance has pitched her against some of the best players in Africa.

But in April 2019, the teenager will be embarking on a career journey to Ghana before heading to the ancient city of Budapest.

According to Defi Sport, Jalim Nandeshwaree will be attending nothing less than three competitions in April starting with the World Junior Circuit tagged Ghana Junior Open 2019 from April 1 to 5 in Accra.

She will continue her quest for another continental title at the African Junior and Cadet Championship on April 7 to 13 and ending the month with her participation at the World Championships in Budapest.

The Mauritian table tennis star joined French club PHAC of Nîmes on octber 2018 in her quest to sharpen her skills.

Already, six athletes in including Jalim Nandeshwaree have been confirmed for the global show in Hungary.

Aside the teenager, other members of the Mauritian team include Brian Chan Yook Fo, Allan Arnachellum and Akhilen Yogarajah for men’s singles and Caroline Ramasawmy and Oumehani Hosenally will also be there for the girls’ singles. The team will be accompanied by the national technical director, Frenchman Cédric Rouleau.

For Jalim Nandeshwaree, competing in the tournaments would surely aid her global and continental ranking. “I will make the most of it to improve myself further. Since I joined the French club last October, I have progressed a lot. These tournaments will help me a lot in my quest for a qualification for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games or even Paris 2024,” Jalim Nandeshwaree said.

She hopes to achieve a good performance and go as far as possible in the various competitions in which she will be involved.
Jalim Nandeshwaree joined the French club PHAC Nimes as part of its preparation for the Indian Ocean Islands Games to be held in Mauritius in July 2019.