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Soma started to play table tennis from her teen age as early as 1995 and ultimately became the number one table tennis player of the country. Soma proved her talent at the early stage of her playing career by winning numerous titles in the junior level national competitions and tipped off to be one of the country’s top table tennis players (female).
Soma hailing from the Narail District while stating the story of becoming a table tennis player she gave credited her childhood club adjacent to her home where a lot of young used to play table tennis when she was of a tender age. She became very fond of this game, in fact, her cousin former national table tennis champion Saleha Begum inspired her to be a table tennis player. But she does say that her main inspiration was her mother. She is a passionate lover of sports and likes table tennis and encouraged her.
However, after being a junior national champion, she became a national runner up (senior) and ultimately won the national title for four times. Now she is ranking number 1 at the national level.

Soma is a renowned national table tennis player with a remarkable sports career spanning over two decades. She has won numerous awards and accolades in both international and national championships. Her achievements include a double silver medal at the South Asian Junior Table Tennis Championship in 2003, and a bronze medal in the team event at the South Asian Games in 2010.

Soma has also excelled in major global events, including the World Table Tennis Championship in 2013 and 2019, and the Commonwealth Games in 2022. In addition to her impressive international record, Soma has also dominated national championships, winning numerous titles in singles, doubles, mixed doubles, and team events.

She has been the champion of the National Children Award Competition in girls' singles for four consecutive years from 1997 to 2000. She also won the women's single and doubles championships at the 25th National Table Tennis Championship in 2002. Soma has won multiple titles at the National Lubricants Open Table Tennis Tournament, Erc National Lubricants Open Table Tennis Tournament, and Federation Cup Table Tennis Tournament.

Furthermore, Soma has been a regular champion of the Dhaka Mahanagari League since 2003. She has also won gold medals in team, doubles, and mixed doubles events at the 8th Bangladesh Games in 2013 and the Bangabandhu 9th Bangladesh Games in 2020. Overall, Soma's outstanding achievements in table tennis have made her an inspiration to young players and a true champion of the sport.

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