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I have played against seven different US team members who played at the WTTC, possible because six of them have lived in my city. One of these guys also played at the Olympics. I was coached by three of them. Then there are a handful of former Chinese provincial team people I played with. Also once with Wang Hao -- not the great penholder, rather the older Chinese defender. Some of you will remember him. In my young years I played Danny Seemiller a couple, of times when he was first emerging as the top US player. Seeing how good these guys are quickly smashed any possible ideas that I would ever reach their level (I never believed I could, but seeing firsthand verified it). If you need more evidence, watch any of the videos where Dan plays international players and they pretty much toy with him. There is a massive gulf between good amateur players and pro players. And the top players in India these days are really good.
Practice hard, improve. But don't quit your day job. Somebody above wrote "anything is possible". Sadly, some things aren't.
I am not a bad player myself. Sometimes, I play a ~2600 level player. They seem superhuman. On the most miraculous of days, maybe I could get close in one game, before they start upping their effort from 25% to 50%. Then, you feel like you brought a butter knife to a gun fight.
And then, you realize this 2600 player is still basically below average for an international/ITTF standard and would have virtually no chance against the common pros on the tour. They would even have a hard time making it out of the preliminary play in stage in most international tournaments.