DAY 3 :
Match 9 : No show
Match 10 : Manish Chotrani beat Supreet singh 11-3, 11-4, 11-3
Match 11 : Vikram Malhotra bt Rohan
Match 12 : Dhiraj Nagpal bt Siddharth Samantray 11-7, 1-11, 11-4, 11-6
1st place : Manish Chotrani
2nd place : Supreet Singh
3rd place : (Positions forfeited due to disciplinary action)
4th place :(Positions forfeited
due to disciplinary action)
5th place : Vikram Malhotra
6th place : Rohan Gracias
7th place : Dhiraj Nagpal
8th place : Siddharth Samantray
1st Place : Rs. 4000/-
2nd Place : Rs. 3,500/-
3rd Place : Rs. 3,000/-
4th Place : Rs. 2,500/-
5th Place : Rs. 2,000/-
6th Place : Rs. 1,500/-
7th Place : Rs. 1,250/-
8th Place : Rs. 1,000/-
Jangra Over Comes Malhotra (Article in
Hindustan Times, Mumbai : 8/4/ 2006)
VIKRAM MALHOTRA put up a Sandeep Jangra before bowing
out in five games in a first round league match of the ISP-Maharashtra Top 8
Invitation Championship at the Otters Club.
In a match between two supremely fit players, Malhotra
seemed to possess a wider range of strokes, but the tenacious Jangra hung on
to finally win a five games at 9-11, 11-3, 11-0.
Former National champion Manish Chotrani trounced
promising youngster Siddharth Samantray 11-2, 11-3, 11-0.
In the other two matches, Supreet Singh scored over
Rohan Gracious 11-6, 11-8, 11-4, while Vikas Jangra dropped a game before
beating Rohan Gracious 11-3, 11-5, 9-11, 11-5.
Supreet Downs Jangra In Five –Game Thriller (Article in
Indian Express , Mumbai : 9/4/ 2006)
In the second league match of the Top-8
ISP-Championship, championship, Supreet Singh showed his class to outplay
Overcoming a two-game deficit, the 22-year-old Supreet,
who also plays on the professionals squash Association (PSA) circuit, won
7-11, 6-11, 11-9, 11-8, 11-8.
Meanwhile, former National champion Manish Chotrani
scored an easy was expected to be given a tough fight by Sandeep, but the
youngster hardly troubles the canny Chotrani, who won with ease.
The talking point of the day was Supreet’s comeback win
over Jangra. After having won the first two games on a canter, one hardly
expected Jangra to let the initiative slip. But Supreet turned the tide,
hustling Jangra and not giving him space to go for winners.