Girls’s Indian Open 2023: In-form Diksha Dagar fronts residence problem



With the Asian Video games silver medallist Aditi Ashok busy enjoying in Korea, in-form Diksha Dagar spearheads the house problem when the 400,000 USD (Rs 33.20 crore) Hero Girls’s Indian Open tees off on the DLF Golf and Nation Membership right here on Thursday.

Winner of the Czech Open and 6 top-10 finishes this season, the left-handed Diksha will likely be up in opposition to some severe contenders just like the Girls European Tour (LET) Order of Benefit chief Celine Boutier (France), Johannna Gustavsson (Sweden) and Ana Pelaez Trivino (Spain) within the 120-player discipline.

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“This season has been a superb one for me, the perfect in my 5 years on the LET despite the fact that I began a bit slowly. Tools adjustments have been an element however I’ve now settled on one provider and that has been an enormous assist. Additionally, I’ve labored onerous on my brief sport which has been an enormous increase,” stated Diksha on Wednesday.

Diksha’s compatriots Tvesa Malik, final 12 months’s joint runner-up Amandeep Drall, Gaurika Bishnoi and Vani Kapoor is also within the title run.

Although the defending champion Olivia Cowan (Germany) is absent, two earlier winners Becky Morgan (2018) and Christine Wolf (2019) are round.



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