Indian sports activities information wrap, September 20



Tvesa sees lead reduce to half as Ananya chases exhausting in thirteenth Leg of Hero WPGT

Tvesa Malik noticed her lead reduce by half however nonetheless held a snug three-shot margin over her nearest rival, Ananya Datar, after two rounds within the thirteenth leg of the Hero Ladies’s Professional Golf Tour (WPGT) on the DLF Golf & Nation Membership.

Tvesa was 5-under 139 for 2 rounds and Ananya, looking for her maiden Hero WPGT win, was at 2-under 142.

Tvesa had three bogeys between the eighth and the thirteenth as she carded 2-over 74.

At one stage, Ananya (71-71), who shot a second straight 71 to come back inside three photographs, was only one behind after 11 holes on the difficult Gary Participant format, which is able to host India’s greatest ladies’s occasion — the Hero Ladies’s Indian Open subsequent month.

The remainder of the sector was means behind. Khushi Khanijau (75-70) rose up the leaderboard to get to 3rd at 1-over 145, whereas Neha Tripathi (71-75) slipped from in a single day joint second to fourth at 2-over 146.

Tvesa will play her last spherical with Ananya and Khushi.



The Nationwide under-7 chess championship will begin in Kolkata from Thursday. Altogether, 243 boys and 123 women from 29 states will take part within the five-day occasion, providing a complete prize of Rs. 5 lakh. Divith Reddy Adulla and Anupriya Yadav are the highest seeds amongst girls and boys. Two gamers from every class will qualify for the Asian under-8 championship.

– Y. B. Sarangi


Group India leaves for World Deaf Championship

The Indian staff had a rigorous coaching camp on the clay courts of the Dhyan Chand Nationwide Stadium, previous to its departure for the Deaf World Tennis Championship to be staged in Crete, Greece, from September 23 to October 7.

Chief coach Dr. Stalin Nagaraj was optimistic that the staff would put up a very good efficiency. He was completely happy that there can be a youth part this time, aside from the occasions for women and men.

The Indian team for the World Deaf Tennis Championship at the National Stadium in Delhi, on the eve of its departure for Greece, on Wednesday.

The Indian staff for the World Deaf Tennis Championship on the Nationwide Stadium in Delhi, on the eve of its departure for Greece, on Wednesday.
| Picture Credit score:
Kamesh Srinivasan


The Indian staff for the World Deaf Tennis Championship on the Nationwide Stadium in Delhi, on the eve of its departure for Greece, on Wednesday.
| Picture Credit score:
Kamesh Srinivasan

There was some anxiousness because the youth gamers didn’t get the visa, however the intervention of the Exterior Affairs Ministry ensured a immediate and optimistic response from the Embassy.

The spearhead of the staff, Prithvi Sekar who has received a string of medals together with the singles gold in 2019 within the World Deaf Championship, is in Bulgaria for the World Railways championship.

He will probably be competing within the World Railways Video games together with the opposite Railways gamers, PC Vignesh, Nitin Kumar Sinha and Siddarth Ponnala.

“I will probably be competing within the staff occasion of the World Deaf championship”, stated Prithvi from Bulgaria. The primary week of the World Deaf championship will characteristic the person occasions, singles, doubles and blended doubles.

Dhananjay Dubey would be the lone Indian males’s entry, until Prithvi joins the squad in Greece, for the staff championship scheduled to be staged from October 1.

The Indian ladies’s staff has Jafreen Shaik and Bhavani Kedia. The skilled Jafreen who has been given a grade-1 officer’s submit by the Andhra authorities, for her achievements through the years, is predicted to compete in all of the three occasions throughout the person championship.

Arshit and Sivaji Pilla are the 2 youth gamers who will attempt to assert their sport within the World Championship.

– Kamesh Srinivasan

Mukund enters second spherical

Davis Cupper Mukund Sasikumar beat qualifier Daniel Ibragimov 7-6(3), 7-5 within the first spherical of the $25,000 ITF males’s tennis match in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, on Wednesday.

The outcomes:

€73,000 Challenger, Sibiu, Romania: Doubles (pre-quarterfinals): Niki Poonacha & Divij Sharan w.o. Salvatore Caruso & Alessandro Giannessi (Ita).

$25,000 ITF males, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt: Singles (first spherical): Mukund Sasikumar bt Daniel Ibragimov 7-6(3), 7-5.

$25,000 ITF males, Guiiyang, China: Doubles (pre-quarterfinals): Ying-Ze Chen & Chen-Yu Lu (Tpe) bt Tushar Sharma & Chun-Ming Yam (Hkg) 7-6(9), 6-4.

$15,000 ITF males, Monastir, Tunisia: Singles (first spherical): Keshav Chopra (USA) bt Karan Singh 6-2, 5-7, 7-5.

$60,000 ITF ladies, Caldas da Rainha, Portugal: Doubles (pre-quarterfinals): Sarah Gray & Eden Silva (GBR) bt Eva Alvarez (Esp) & Vasanti Shinde 6-1, 6-0.

$25,000 ITF ladies, Perth, Australia: Singles (first spherical): Taylah Preston (Aus) bt Sowjanya Bavisetti 6-0, 7-5. Doubles (pre-quarterfinals): Monique Barry (Nzl) & Shrivalli Bhamidipaty bt Elena Micic (Aus) & Michika Ozeki (Jpn) 6-4, 7-6(5).

$15,000 ITF males, Monastir, Tunisia: Singles (fiirst spherical): Vaishnavi Adkar bt Camilla Zanolini (Ita) 7-5, 6-1; Teja Tirunelveli bt Kristina Voznyak (Ukr) 6-3, 4-6, 7-5.

$15,000 ITF ladies, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt: Singles (first spherical): Katarina Kuzmova (Svk) bt Ashmitha Easwaramurthi 5-0 (retired).

– Kamesh Srinivasan


BCCI proclaims SBI Life as Official Companion for BCCI Home & Worldwide Season 2023-26

SBI Life has joined fingers with the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) as one of many official companions for the BCCI Home and Worldwide Season 2023-2026.

SBI Life – considered one of India’s largest insurance coverage firms – has signed a 3-year take care of the BCCI and their partnership will start with the upcoming three-match ODI sequence towards Australia, beginning September 22, 2023.

-Group Sportstar



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