seed India defeated Malaysia 2-0 to win the gold medal
in the boy's team event at the Asian Junior Squash
Indian boys had won the title for
the second time, the earlier being in 2011 when they
defeated arch-rivals Pakistan in Colombo.
from his Asian individual and British Junior Open
successes, India's No. 1 player Velavan Senthilkumar
defeated second seed Malaysia's Ong Sai Hun in quick
Then Abhay Singh prevailed over Darren
Rahul in hard-fought five games to lift the title for
Final:  INDIA bt  MALAYSIA
2/0 Velavan Senthilkumar bt Ong
Sai Hung 12-10, 11-0, 11-2 Abhay Singh bt Darren
Rahul Pragasam 10-12, 7-11, 11-5, 14-12, 11-6 Ranjit
Singh v Mohd Farez Izwan (match withdrawn)
Semi-Finals: BOYS U-15:Danial Nurhaqiem
Sharul Izham  bt Yash Fadte  11-7,3-11,11-7,11-1
BOYS U-17: Tushar Shahani  bt Ho Ka Hei 
11-4,11-7,11-7 BOYS U-19: Velavan Senthilkumar 
bt Ling To Yu  6-11,11-2,11-8,11-6
Navaneeth Prabhu’s won silver medal in
the U-13 final of the Asian Junior Individual
Championship in Teheran, Iran. In addition India had
a tally of four bronze medals: Tushar Shahani (boys
U-15), Harshit Jawanda (girls U-19), Nikita Joshi (girls
U-17) and Megha Bhatia (girls U-13). All of them had
lost in the semi-final stage.
Malaysia make clean sweep as
India takes 3rd position in both boys and girls 17th
Asian Junior Squash Team Championship: 1st Feb 2015.
KUALA LUMPUR: The national junior boys and girls
squash squads won the CIMB Foundation 17th Asian Junior
Squash Team Championship here, today.
display by the boys helped Malaysia to beat fancied
Pakistan 2-0 in the men's final at the National Squash
Centre in Bukit Jalil.
However, Malaysia had to
stave off a stubborn Hong Kong before winning 2-1 in the
final of the women's category.
Final:  MALAYSIA bt  PAKISTAN 2/0
Eain Yow Ng bt Tayyab Aslam 6-11, 13-11, 11-4, 3-11,
11-7 Darren Chan bt Muhammad Asim Khan 11-8, 12-10,
11-4 Mohd Syafiq Kamal v Syed Ali Mujtaba Shah
Bokhari (match withdrawn)
 INDIA &  HONG KONG CHINA
Semi-finals:  MALAYSIA bt  INDIA 2/1
Eain Yow Ng bt Kush Kumar 11-7, 11-8, 11-4 Mohd
Syafiq Kamal lost to Velavan Senthilkumar 12-14, 8-11,
11-7, 3-11 Darren Chan bt Sandeep Ramachandran 11-7,
Girl’s Final: 
MALAYSIA bt  HONG KONG CHINA 2/1 Rachel Arnold bt
Choi Uen Shan 11-9, 11-5, 11-9 Sivasangari
Subramanian lost to Hiu Lam Lui 11-13, 5-11, 16-14,
11-13 Teh Min Jie bt Ho Ka-Wing 11-8, 10-12, 4-11,
3rd place:  INDIA &  SINGAPORE
Semi-finals:  MALAYSIA bt  INDIA 2/1
Rachel Arnold lost to Harshit Kaur Jawanda
12-14, 12-10, 11-8, 4-11, 8-11 Teh Min Jie bt Akansha
Hemant Salunkhe 2-11, 12-10, 11-4, 11-4 Sivasangari
Subramanian bt Adya Advani 11-5, 11-3, 7-11, 11-8
at Al Hassan International Squash Centre, Amman, Jordan
(29 June 2013)
Indian youngsters return home with 2 silvers and 5 bronze medals from 20th Asian Junior Individual Championships in Amman, Jordan.
Anaka Alankamony was dethroned by Ho Ka Po in the Girls Under-19 final. Under-par Anaka failed to take her chances and was made to pay by the Hong Kong girl. Anaka led 7-2 in the first game but failed to close it out and squandered game points in the second and third games as a grateful Ho Ka Po took the title.
Veer Chotrani lost to Muhammad Hafiz Abdul Harif of Malaysia in the Boys Under-13 final.
2nd seed Veer Chotrani took the early lead in the 1st but the steadier game of the No.1 seed drew a string of errors from Veer. The second game should really have gone to Veer who was 10-6 up, but all credit to Zhafri who hung in very well. The third was Zhafri’s all the way. However it is pertinent to say that here we have, two extremely talented players and we are going to hear more of them in the years to come.
A total of 156 participants from 13 countries (Hong Kong, Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Kuwait, Iraq, Iran, Qatar and Jordan.) took part in 8 categories (boys and girls under
19,17,15 and 13)
Girl’s Under 19 : Final:
 Ho Ka Po (HKG) bt  Anaka Alankamony (IND) 11-9, 12-10, 12-10 Semi-finals:
 Anaka Alankamony (IND) bt [5/8] Vanessa Raj (MAS) 11-6, 6-11, 11-3, 11-8 Quarter-finals:  Ho Ka Po (HKG) bt [5/8] Lakshya Ragavendran (IND) 11-3, 11-1, 11-8
Boy’s Under 19 Finals:  Syed Ali Mujtaba Shah Bokhari (PAK) bt  Ahmad Al-Saraj (JOR) Semi-finals:  Ahmad Al-Saraj (JOR) bt [3/4] Tayyab Aslam (PAK) 11-9, 10-12, 11-5, 11-7
 Syed Ali Mujtaba Shah Bokhari (PAK) bt [3/4] Kush Kumar (IND) 13-11, 5-11, 11-6, 11-9 Quarter-finals: [3/4] Kush Kumar (IND) bt [9/16] Deepak Mishra (IND) 8-11, 9-11, 11-4, 11-6, 11-7
India wins Gold in girl’s and Silver medal in boy’s Asian Junior Championship : 24/2/2013
In the girls event at 16th Asian Junior Squash Team Championship played at Seoul, Korea India beat Hongkong 2-1 to get gold medal after a gap of 10 years.
Lakshya Ragavendran who played the first match against Ho Tze Lok lost it 0-3. In the second match Anaka stamped her authority from the beginning of her game and she won the match easily against Hong Kong no 1 player Ho Ka Po 3-0.
In the final match it was Aparajitha who played with confidence and attacking game from the word go. She won the decider for India by defeating Choi Uen Shan 3-0.
The boys event Deepak Mishra lost easily to Bilal Zakir of Pakistan 3-0. The second match between Mahesh Mangaokar and Syed Ali was well fought as Mahesh was leading
2-1 but in the next to game the physically fit overpowered Mahesh and the score was 2-2.
But in the decider game it was neck to neck till 5-5 till Ali reeled off some winners to take the match and gold medal for Pakistan.
Semi-Finals: India bt Hong Kong, China (2-1) Mahesh Mangoankar bt Yeung Ho Wai 11-5, 11-4, 11-8 (3-0)
Kush Kumar bt Wong Chi Him 11-3, 11-2, 8-11, 11-4 (3-1)
Madhav Dhingra lost to Leung Chi Hin Henry 5-11, 9-11 (0-2)
India bt Korea (3-0) Kush Kumar bt Yoo Seung Ryung 11-9, 11-5, 9-11, 11-6
Madhav Dhingra bt Ryu Han dong 11-3, 11-0, 11-4
Mahesh Mangoankar bt Ko Young Jo 11-9, 13-11, 11-1 India bt Jordan (3-0) Kush Kumar bt Mohammad Al Khasawneh 11-9, 11-6, 11-8
Deepak Mishra bt Hamza Alzubaidi 11-6, 11-7, 11-7
Mahesh Mangoankar bt Ahmad Al Saraj 11-7, 11-4, 9-11, 8-11,11-6 India bt China (3-0) Madhav Dhingra beat Wu Kaiyuan 11-1, 11-0, 11-0
Kush Kumar beat Liang Jun 11-1, 11-2, 11-3
Deepak Mishra beat Yand Tianxia 11-1, 11-1, 11-1
India bt Hong Kong, China (2-1) Anaka Alankamony bt Ho Ka Po 11-4, 11-5, 11-6 (3-0)
Aparjitha Balamurukan bt Choi Uen Shan 11-7, 11-9, 11-9 (3-0)
Lakshya Ragavendran lost to Ho Tze Lok 6-11, 4-11, 6-11 (0-3)
India bt Malaysia (2-1) Anaka Alankamony bt Vanessa Raj Gnanasigamani 11-4, 11-7, 11-5 (3-0)
Aparajitha Balamurukan lost to Rachel Mae Arnold 4-11, 7-11, 5-11 (0-3)
Lakshya Ragavendran bt Celine Yeap Shu Wan 11-6, 11-6, 13-11 (3-0)
India bt China 3-0 Aparajitha Balamurukan bt He Xin Ru 11-1, 11-1, 11-0
Lakshya Ragavendran bt Zhou Li Bo 11-0, 11-0, 11-0;
Anaka Alankamony bt Duan Si Yu 11-0, 11-0, 11-1 India bt Korea 3-0 Aparajitha Balamurukan bt An Ye Jin 11-3, 11-7, 11-5
Harshit Kaur Jawanda bt Eum Hwa Yeong 11-6, 11-6, 11-3
Anaka Alankamony bt Park Min Ju 11-4, 11-2, 11-3
The rapid growth of
squash in India took another major step forward when the country's boys
team upset arch rivals Pakistan, the title-holders, in the final of the
Asian Junior Team Championships in Colombo, Sri Lanka, to win the
prestigious title for the first time since the inception of the
championships in 1981.
Playing to a packed
crowd at the Sri Lankan Air Force base squash venue, the Indian players
Ramit Tandon, Abhishek Pradhan, Mahesh Mangaonkar and Vrishab Kotian rose
to the occasion as they outmanoeuvred and outplayed the mighty Pakistanis.
Tandon put the
underdogs in the driving seat after overcoming Pakistan number one Danish
Atlas Khan 11-7, 6-11, 11-9, 8-11, 11-9 in a 90-minute marathon.
drew level when second string Nasir Iqbal beat the Indian number two
Abhishek Pradhan in straight games.
But Mahesh Mangaonkar
stamped his authority on the decider from the outset, beating Pakistani
Sadam Ul Haq 11-7, 11-2, 11-6 as the elated Indian team jumped for joy.
In the women's final,
favourites Hong Kong
successfully defended their title, beating
2/0 in a repeat of the 2007 final in
INDIA bt  PAKISTAN 2/1 Ramit Tandon bt Danish Atlas Khan 11-7, 6-11, 11-9, 8-11, 11-9
Abhishek Pradhan lost to Nasir Iqbal 4-11, 7-11, 3-11
Mahesh Mangaonkar bt Sadam Ul Haq 11-7, 11-2, 11-6
 HONG KONG CHINA bt MALAYSIA 2/0 Tong Tsz-Wing bt Tan Yan Xin 11-5, 11-8, 11-7
Ho Ka Po bt Vanessa Raj 11-2, 11-7, 13-11
India celebrated an historic double in the Asian Junior Squash
Championships in Sri Lanka when Ravi Dixit and Dipika
Pallikal won the U19 titles at the Gymkahana Club at Colombo.
created history by becoming the first Indian overage male to win an Asian
squash title. The 18-year-old from Chennai (his age never seems to
grow, banned by SRAM for age fraud), who won the Malaysian Junior Open
last month, made his breakthrough in the semi-finals where he beat
compatriot Abhishek Pradhan, a 5/8 seed who had ousted Pakistan
favourite Farhan Zaman in the previous round.
Pallikal completed India’s historic day by lifting the junior women’s
crown after defeating second seed Low Wee Nee of Malaysia 11-8,
12-10, 10-12, 11-8. But for a brief lapse in concentration,
favourite Pallikal, 18, from Chennai, had the match very much in control.
[3/4] Ravi Dixit (IND) bt  Waqas Mehboob (PAK) 8-11, 8-11, 13-11, 11-5,
11-9 3rd Place : Abhishek
Pradhan (IND) W-O From Aditya Jagtap (IND)
Ravi Dixit (IND) bt [5/8] Abhishek Pradhan (IND) 8-11, 11-9, 11-6, 11-2
Malaysia made history
and swept the honours by winning four titles at the Asian junior squash
championships, 2 in Individual event held earlier and now winning both the
men’s & women’s team event.
Indian who were eyeing
their first ever team title were left licking their wound when Ivan Yuen
of Malaysia beat Aditya Jagtap in the first match easily & then Kamran
Khan fought off a resilient Ravi Dixit to win the second match in four
In the first encounter
Malaysian’s dominance was seen as that the only period in time when Ivan
was in deficit came in the third and final game, when Aditya won the
opening point on his service.
“I had played him
earlier in the singles event and knew what his game was all about,” said
Ivan of Aditya later.
Down 0-1, India looked
to Ravi Dixit to recreate his rallying instincts. Ravi delivered, but only
for a game or so. He lost the first game, equalised in the second, and
then went down in the next two.
“I had to maintain
composure. I lost the second game because I was slow off the blocks. Once
I got my composure (sic), I knew I was the better player,” said Kamran.
Boys: Malaysia bt India 2-0
Ivan Yuen bt Aditya Jagtap 11-4, 11-2, 11-6
Kamran Khan bt Ravi Dixit 11-7, 8-11, 11-6, 11-8.
Malaysia bt Korea 2-0
Low Wee Wern bt Sun-Mi Song11-8, 11-2, 11-2
Low Wee Nee bt Ji-Hyun Lee 11-4, 11-4, 11-7.
play-off: Hong Kong bt India 2-0
Tsz Ling Liu bt V. Anwesha Reddy 7-11, 11-8, 11-9, 9-11, 13-11
Tsz Wing Tong bt Anaka Alankamony 11-1, 11-5, 16-14).
Malaysia bt Hong Kong 2-1
Ivan Yuen lost to Leo Au 9-11, 11-6, 4-11, 13-11, 7-11
Kamran Khan bt Kit Lun Choy 11-4, 11-9, 11-8
Ng Jo Wen bt Ngo Long Fung 12-10, 11-5, 11-8
India bt Korea 2-0
Aditya Jagtap bt Seung-Woo Jin 11-5, 11-6, 11-8
Ravi Dixit bt Won-Suk Choi 5-11, 9-11, 11-5, 11-5, 11-6
Girls: Malaysia bt India 2-0
Low Wee Wern bt V. Anwesha Reddy 11-3, 11-8, 15-13
Low Wee Nee bt Anaka Alankamony 10-12, 11-9, 14-12, 11-9
India bt Hong Kong 2-1
Aditya Jagtap lost to Leo Au 6-11, 8-11, 11-13
Karan Malik bt Ngo Long Fung 11-9, 5-11, 11-5, 6-11, 11-7
Ravi Dixit bt Nelson Chan 11-7, 11-9, 11-8
India bt Japan 3-0
Aditya Jagtap bt Hayate Gunji 11-4, 11-8, 11-4
Karan Malik bt Ryosei Kobayashi 11-2, 11-5, 11-4
Paramit Singh bt Tomataka Endo 11-2, 11-9, 11-6).
Hong Kong bt India 2-1
Dipika Pallikal lost to Tsz Ling Liu 14-12, 11-8, 7-11 (retired hurt)
Anaka Alankamony bt Ka Man Lee 7-11, 12-10, 15-13, 10-12, 11-8
V. Anwesha Reddy lost to Tsz Wing Tong 6-11, 11-4, 6-11, 11-13
India bt Chinese
Ravi Dixit bt Kai-Han Chuang 11-3, 11-3, 11-5
Karan Malik bt Chun-Yu Chang 11-7, 11-3, 11-2
Paramit Singh bt Ching-Han Chen 11-1, 11-1, 11-6
Malaysian players swept the girls’ and
boys’ categories at the Asian junior squash championship when their top
seed Low Wee Wern defeated Dipika Pallikal to take the girls’ crown, while
second seed Ivan Yuen beat Hong Kong’s Leo Au in four games to claim the
Dipika, for the most part, was let down
by her own mistakes. By far the more attractive of the two players to
watch, she squandered two match-balls at 10-8 in the decisive fifth game,
after the first four games had been split.
The first game was a loosener of sorts.
Dipika went overboard with her backhand drop shots and hit the tin
repeatedly to hand Wern a flurry of points. Wern took the first game
without much difficulty.
The second game saw a resurrection of the
Indian’s shot-making skills. She punched at any short offering and
deceived Wern a number of times by going crosscourt when a straight hit
appeared to be the normal approach. A drop-dead backhand volley at 10-8
made it a game apiece.
The third game, was played almost shot
for shot by both players. But at 9-9, Ms. Palikal ripped one from across
the left court, finding, unfortunately, the top centimeter of the tin
Wern, seizing the moment, came out of her
defensive mould and let loose a whopper of a forehand that beat her rival
at full stretch on the hind court. Third game to Wern 11-9.
Down 3-7 in the fourth, Dipika looked out
for the count, before a series of stunning sidewall lickers found the
Malaysian a step too slow. Fooled, yet again, by a deceptive cross, Wern
handed the game to Dipika at 11-9.
The decider, as pointed out earlier, was
a ‘who-blinks-first’ affair. Dipika cut out the flashiness from her game
and stared at two match balls. But the Malaysian, hung in there and reeled
off four straight points to take the trophy.
“Dipika played much better today than she
did at the British Open (earlier this month). I just kept the ball in play
and waited for her to commit the errors,” said Wern later.
Boys: Ivan Yuen (Mas) bt Leo Au (Hkg)
11-6, 6-11, 11-8, 11-4;
Leo Au (HK) bt Ravi Dixit ( Ind ) 13-11, 11-3, 11-6
Ivan Yuen (Mas) bt Adtiya Jagtap ( Ind ) 11-5, 11-5, 11-9;
Low Wee Wern (Mas) bt Liu Tsz Ling (HK) 11-8, 11-7, 11-5
Dipika Pallikal ( Ind ) bt
Song Sung-Mi (Kor).
Boys: Leo Au (Hkg) bt Ng Jo Wen (Mas) 11-7, 11-5, 11-9
Ravi Dixit (Ind) bt Kamran Khan (Mas) 5-11, 11-8, 11-6, 11-9
Adtiya Jagtap (Ind) bt Nelson Chan (Hkg) 11-9, 12-10, 6-11, 11-6
Ivan Yuen (Mas) bt Karan Malik (Ind) 11-6, 11-7, 12-10.
Girls: Low Wee Wern (Mas) bt Lee Ka Man (Hkg) 11-5, 11-6, 11-13, 11-2
Liu Tsz Ling (Hkg) bt Tong Tsz Wing (Hkg) 6-11, 12-10, 10-12, 11-4, 11-8
Song Sung-Mi (Kor) bt Rachael Goh (Mas) 14-12, 7-11, 11-3, 11-5
Dipika Pallikal (Ind) bt Low Wee Nee (Mas) 11-1, 11-1, 11-8
Asian Junior Squash Championship, 26 - 29 June 2008
Anaka Alankamony did
herself and India proud by winning the girls’ under-15 title in the Asian
junior individual squash championship, which concluded in Busan, South
Anaka had problem in
the 1st two games in which her opponent Ho Ka Po of Hongkong was leading
6-1 but in the last game it was a cake walk for her. She won 9-6 9-6 9-1
justifying her top seed position. This is her 8th international title.
Anaka’s was the lone
success for India after Mahesh Mangaonkar and Dipika Pallikal, who too
were in the final, failed to win the titles.
In the boys under-15
section, Mahesh Mangaonkar met with an uphill task against top-seeded
Nasir Iqbal from Pakistan who gave him very little chance while carving
out a straight-game victory.
Nasir exhibited a fine
display of speed along with aggression to win 4-9, 4-9, 3-9.
Vikram Malhotra bagged
a bronze for India in the boys under-19 category after winning the
third-fourth place playoff. He had upset fourth seeded Kamran of Malaysia
in the last eight.
In the girls under-19 category 2nd seeded Dipika Pallikal had no answer to
the consistency of top seed Low Wee Wern of Malaysia.
Wern thus retained the title she had won in 2006. Dipika lost 1-9, 6-9,
Other Indians finished
in the following positions:
Anwesha Reddy — 8th;
Harita Omprakash — 13th
Sandeep Jhangra (Maharashtra)
lost in the Quarter Final of the Individual event to Abdul Khalid Al
Mezayen (Kuwait) 1-9, 7-9, 4-9. Harinderpal Singh and Parth Sharma lost in
the pre-quarter finals to Mohd. Asyraf (Malaysia) and Leo Au (HK) in five
In the Girls Individual
event, Dipika Pallikal gave a walkover to Kwon Sung Eu (Kor) and Anwesha
Reddy lost to Tong Tz Wing (HK) 2-9, 4-9, 7-9 in the 2nd round.
In the Team event,
India finished 3rd behind Pakistan and Malaysia. They beat Hong
Kong 2-1. Surprisingly, an Indian Girls Team was not fielded by SRFI.
Indian Men's Results: (1st
[9/16] Harinder Pal Sandhu (IND) bt Fong Tai Kei (MAC) 9-0, 9-0, 9-0
[9/16] Parth Sharma (IND) bt Wong King Ngo (HKG) 9-1, 9-1, 9-0
Marcus Phua (SIN) bt Ramit Tandon (IND) 6-9, 9-3, 9-10, 9-0, 9-4
Naresh Kumar (IND) bt Lee Jin Tong (KOR) 9-3, 9-5, 9-2
[9/16] Sandeep Jangra (IND) bt Sou Ka Hou (MAC) 9-0, 9-0, 9-0
[9/16] Harinder Pal Sandhu (IND) bt Chan Kai Chi (HKG) 9-2, 9-3, 9-3
Naresh Kumar (IND) bt [9/16] Ahmad Al-Randi (KUW) 9-3, 5-9, 9-5, 9-0
Junior Squash Championships 2007 (Team and Individual Event)
& Hosts Hong Kong Win Asian Junior Team Titles
Favourites Pakistan and
hosts Hong Kong won the men's and women's titles, respectively, in the Hoe
Hin White Flower Ointment Asian Junior Team Squash Championships in Hong
Kong - in both cases beating Malaysia in the finals.
 PAKISTAN bt  MALAYSIA 2-1
Farhan Mehboob bt Muhd Asyraf Azan 9-1, 9-1, 9-4
Waqar Mehboob lost to Elvinn Keo 4-9, 9-4, 9-0, 7-9, 9-10
Farzan Rasheed bt Choong Kam Hing 9-2, 9-4, 9-2
3rd place play-off:
 INDIA bt  HONG KONG 2-1
Sandeep Jangra lost to Leo Au 3-9, 0-9, 9-5, 9-6, 0-9
Parth Sharma bt Fung Ji Yang 9-5, 9-0, 9-4
Naresh Kumar bt Chan Kai Chi 9-3, 9-5, 10-8
 PAKISTAN bt  HONG KONG 2-0
Farhan Mehboob bt Fung Ji Yang 9-0, 9-1, 9-0
Waqar Mehboob bt Chan Kai Chi 9-1, 9-0, 9-1
Farzan Rasheed v Yip Tsun Yuen (dead rubber - match not played)
 MALAYSIA bt  INDIA 2-0
Muhd Asyraf Azan bt Sandeep Jangra 9-5, 9-6, 6-9, 9-1
Ivan Yuen bt Harinder Pal Sandhu 10-8, 9-2, 4-9, 9-6
Choong Kam Hing v Parth Sharma (dead rubber - match not played)
CHENNAI, JAN. 23. It
was a day of mixed fortunes for India at the Asian junior squash
championship here on Sunday. At the ICL-TNSRA courts Joshna Chinappa
retained her title while Saurav Ghosal lost at the final hurdle.
Boys: Amir Atlas Khan (Pak) bt Saurav Ghosal (Ind) 9-1, 4-9, 9-3,
Girls: Joshna Chinappa (Ind) bt Annie Au (Hk) 5-9, 3-9, 9-0, 9-5, 9-3.
semifinals: Boys: Amir Atlas Khan (Pak) bt Abdullah Al Mezayen (Kuw) 5-9, 9-3, 9-3,
Saurav Ghosal (Ind) bt Bilal Zaman (Pak) 9-2, 9-0, 9-2.
Boys (final): Pakistan bt Kuwait
2-1 (Bilal Zaman bt Ali B A. Ramezi 4-9, 9-1, 9-7, 9-7; Amir Atlas Khan
lost to Abdullah Al Mezayen 7-9, 4-9, 6-9; Aquib Hanif bt Salem Mohammad
9-3, 9-7, 9-7. Third place: India lost to Hong Kong 1-2 (Sandeep
Jangra lost to Anson Kwong 1-9, 2-9, 2-9; Saurav Ghosal bt Chiu Ho Fai
9-2, 9-5, 9-3; Harinderpal Singh lost to Max Lee 7-9, 1-9, 9-2, 4-9)
Girls (final): Hong Kong bt
Malaysia 2-1 (Chiu Ka Kei bt Low Wee Wern 9-3, 8-10, 5-9, 9-2, 9-3; Annie
Au bt Sally Looi 10-8, 9-5, 9-3; Joe Chan concd to Nabilla Ariffin). Third
place: India bt Singapore 2-1 (Dipika Pallikal bt Pamela Chua 9-5,
9-1, 9-3; Joshna Chinappa bt Charlene Neo 9-3, 9-2, 9-3; V. Anwesha Reddy
concd to Nicole Chua).
INDIA WIN THE 11TH ASIAN JUNIORS
WOMEN'S TROPHY BY BEATING MALAYSIA 3-0
Joshna Chinappa beat Lim Yok Wah 9-5/ 9-1/ 3-9/9-6,
Vaidehi Reddy beat Sally Looi 10-8/9-5/7-9/9-5
Alisha Mashruwall beat Deli Arnold 9-2/9-4)
Pakistan beat India 2-0
Farhan Mehboob beat Saurav Ghosal 9-1/ 9-0/ 9-5
Khalid Atlas beat 9-5/ 9-0/ 9-0
1st Round as on 1-2-2003: Anson Kwong (HK) beat Vinayak Shetty (India) 9-1 4-9 9-1
Juniors Squash Championship Feb 2001 Chennai
Finals Team Event: Boys: Mohd Azlan Iskandar (Mal) beat Shahid Zaman (Pak) 1- 9, 10-9, 4-9, 9-7,
9-1 Girls :
Nicol David (Mal) beat Tricia Chuah (Mal) 9-5, 9-6, 9-0.
Boys: Mohd Azlan Iskander (Mal) bt Arshad Iqbal Burki (Pak) 9-2, 9-3,
Shahid Zaman (Pak) bt Farrukh Zaman (Pak) 9- 2, 9-4,9-3
Girls: Nicol David (Mal) bt Vaidehi Reddy (Ind) 9-0, 9-1, 9-0
Tricia Chuah (Mal) bt Joshna Chinappa (Ind) 9-6, 9-3, 9-0
Squash Federation Grand Final, Chennai 12-2-2000
Final: Boys: Bikram Uberoi (Ind) bt Yan Ka Ho (HK) 9-5, 9-2, 9-0
Placings: (3-4): Marcus Yeap (Mal) bt Kelvin Ho (Mal) 9-6, 3-9, 9-3, 9-3
(5-6): Kenny Ng (Mal) bt Aaron Chee (Mal) 9-4, 9-2, 2- 9, 9-0
(7-8): Wong Wan San (Mal) bt Navin Samarasinghe (SL) 9-7, 4-9, 9-6, 9-3. Girls: Tricia
Chuah (Mal) bt Cheryl David (Mal) 9-0, 9-2, 9-4
Placings: (3-4): Elise Ng (HK) bt Daphine Ting (Mal) 2-9, 7- 9, 9-4, 9-2,
(5-6): Akanksha Hazari(HK) bt Kong Yi Zhen (Mal) 9-1, 7-9, 9-2, 9-0
(7-8): Vaidehi Reddy (Ind) bt Leong Yie Man (Mal) 3-9, 9-7, 9-2, 9-6.
Semifinals: Boys :
Bikram Uberoi bt Marcus Yeap (mal) 9-7/9-4/9-1
Yan ka Ho (HK) bt Kelvin Ho (Mal) 9-2/9-6/9-5 Girls: Tricia Chuah (Mal) bt Elise Ng (HK) 9-4/9-2/9-4
Cheryl David (Mal) bt Daphine Ting (Mal) 6-9/5-9/9-3/9-5/9-5
Boys: Bikram Uberoi bt Aaron Chee (Mal) 9-0/9-2/9-2
Kelvin Ho bt Kenny Ng (Mal) 9-0/9-1/9-7
Marcu Heap bt Navin Samaransinghe (SL) 7-9/9-7/9-2/9-5
Yan Ka Ho bt Wong Wan San (Mal) 9-0/9-1/9-7 Girls:
Tricia Chuah bt Leong Yie Man (Mal) 9-0/9-0/9-0
Daphine Ting bt Akansha Hazari (HK) 9-5/9-7/9-8
Cheryl David bt Vaidehi Reddy (Ind) 9-2/9-1/9-3
Elise Ng bt Yi Zhen (Mal) 10-8/9-3/9-6