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JVPG CLUB - ISP SQUASH CLASSIC 2008 (Mens Top 16 by Invitation & Handicap Doubles Event)

  From 31st January to 3rd February 2008 at Juhu Gymkhana
   
 

Sandeep Jangra receiving the trophy from Dwirek Raj, the President of Juhu Gymkhana Club

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All Results :

Mens Top 16

Final

SANDEEP JANGRA BT VIKRAM MALHOTRA 12-10, 9-11, 11-4, 11-4 (3-1)

Semi-Finals

SANDEEP JANGRA BT ABHISHEK PRADHAN 11-4, 11-8 , 11-7 (3-0)
VIKRAM MALHOTRA BT MAHESH MANGAONKAR 11-4, 8-11, 11-7, 11-6 (3-1)

Quarter-Finals

SANDEEP JANGRA BT SUJAT BARUA 11-8 , 11-2 , 11-9 (3-0)
VIKRAM MALHOTRA BT KUNWARPAL SINGH 11-4 , 11-2 , 11-4 (3-0)
ABHISHEK PRADHAN W/O Niraj Shirgaokar
MAHESH MANGAONKAR BT NAVEEN JANGRA 9-11, 11-5, 8-11, 11-6, 11-8 (3-2)

Pre-Quarters

SANDEEP JANGRA BT ARUN SHARMA 11-3, 11-1, 11-7 (3-0)
SUJAT BARUA BT SACHIN JADHAV 11-4, 11-5, 4-11, 12-10 (3-1)
ABHISHEK PRADHAN BT ALOUKE MATHUR 11-9, 4-11, 11-6, 8-11, 11-9 (3-2)
VIKRAM MALHOTRA BT NITIN CHAUHAN 11-5, 11-3, 11-7 (3-0)
KUNWARPAL SINGH BT VIJAY WAGHELA 11-3 , 13-11 , 11-13, 11-9, (3-1)
MAHESH MANGAONKAR BT CYRUS VAKIL 11-4 , 9-11, 11-7, 7-11, 11-9 (3-2)

Handicap Doubles 

Final

CYRUS VAKIL & ALOUKE MATHUR BT VIJAY WAGHELA & AMIT BUTANI 15-10, 15-10 (2-0)

Semi Finals

CYRUS VAKIL & ALOUKE MATHUR BT KISHORE VANMARI & TUSHAR BAMBHANI 15-13, 13-15, 15-10 (2-1)
VIJAY WAGHELA & AMIT BUTANI BT AYUB GHORI & SUNIL GOEL 15-10, 15-12 (2-0)

Quarter-Finals

AYUB GHORI & SUNIL GOEL BT KUNWARPAL SINGH & NITIN CHOUHAN 11-15, 15-14, 15-10 (2-1)
VIJAY WAGHELA & AMIT BUTANI BT INDERPAL SINGH & HARI SHENAVA 15-14, 16-17, 15-13 (2-1)
KISHORE VANWARI & TUSHAR BAMBHANI BT PRABHAKAR DAREKAR & RISHI JOSHI 15-6, 9-15, 15-4 (2-1)
CYRUS VAKIL & ALOUKE MATHUR BT AJAY PAWAR & VIRENDRA PAWAR 15-13, 8-15, 15-11 (2-1)

All Press Articles of the tournament :

Jangra downs Malhotra for Title
(Article in Mid-Day, Mumbai : 5/2/2008)

Court Triumph: Sandeep Jangra in action against Vikram Malhotra during the final of the JVPG Club-ISP Squash Classic at the JVPG on Sunday.

Sandeep Jangra, the former boys under – 15, and under – 17 National champion, wore down the early resistance from Vikram Malhotra to emerge the men’s singles winner in four games in the Rs. 50, 000/- prize money JVPG Club-ISP Squash Classic, which concluded at the glass-backed courts of the Juhu Vile Parle Gymkhana Club on Sunday.

Jangra, the better player on the day, won the first game 12-10, lost the close second 9-11 and then romped home in the next two 11-4, 11-4 to bag the winner’s purse of Rs. 7,500/- Malhotra, not in the best of form, had to be content with Rs. 5,000/-.

The handicap doubles final saw Cyrus Vakil and Alouke Mathur record a comfortable 15-10, 15-10 win over Vijay Waghela and Amit Bhutani to take home Rs. 10,000/-.

 

Malhotra, Sandeep in Final
(Article in Mid-Day, Mumbai : 4/2/2008)

Vikram Malhotra and Sandeep Jangra will battle it out in the singles final of the Ashwini Jewellers sponsored JVPG Club –ISP Squash Classic handicap doubles and men’s top 16 tournament, at the JVPG courts today.

An experienced Sandeep defeated Abhishek Pradhan in straight games 11-4, 11-8, 11-7 to reach the final.

Vikram Malhotra, on the other hand, dropped just one game before defeating Mahesh Mangaonkar 11-4, 8-11, 11-7, 11-6.

 

Jangra  Downs Malhotra for Title
(Article in Afternoon, Mumbai : 6/2/2008)

Sandeep Jangra the former boys under –13 and under –17 national champions wore down the early resistance from Vikram Malhotra to emerge men’s singles winner in four games in the Rs 50,000 prize money Ashwini Jewellers sponsored JVPG Club –ISP Squash Classic, Which concluded at the glass-backed courts of the Juhu Vile Parle Gymkhana Club.       

Jangra, the better player on the day, won the first game 12-10, lost the close second 9-11 and then romped home in the next two 11-4, 11-4 to bag the winner’s purse of Rs 7,500. Malhotra, not in the best of form, had to be content with Rs 5,000.       

The handicap doubles final saw Cyrus Vakil and Alouke  Mathur record a comfortable 15-10, 15-10 win over Vijay Waghela and Amit Butani to take home Rs 10,000. 

 

Jangra Downs Malhotra for Title
(Article in Indian Express, Mumbai : 6/2/2008)

SANDEEP Jangra, the former boys under-15 and under –17 National champion, wore down the early resistance from Vikram Malhotra to emerge men’s singles winner in four games in the Rs 50,000 prize money JVPG Club-ISP Squash Classic, Which concluded at the glass-backed courts of the Juhu vile Parle Gymkhana club.    

Jangra, the better player on the day, won the first game 12-10, lost the close second 9-11 and then romped home in the next two 11-4, 11-4 to bag the winner’s purse of Rs 5,000     

The handicap doubles final saw Cyrus Vakil and Alouke Mathur record a comfortable 15-10,15-10win over Vijay Waghela and Amit Butani to take home Rs 10,000.

 

Jangra Subdues Malhotra for Title
(Article in Times of India, Mumbai : 7/2/2008)

Mumbai: Sandeep Jangra over-came early resistance before knocking the fight out of Vikram Malhotra 12-10, 9-11,11-4, 11-4 to claim the men’s singles title in the Rs 50,000 prize money Ashwini Jewellers sponsored JVPG Club –ISP Squash Classic, which concluded at the glass- backed courts of the Juhu Vile Parle Gymkhana club.   

Jangra, who won the first game 12-10, lost a close second 9-11 but then pulled up his socks and cut down on his unforced errors to canter home 11-4,11-4 for the winner’s purse of Rs 7,500. Malhotra, not in the best of form, had to be content with Rs 5,000.    

The handicap doubles final was won by Cyrus Vakil and Alouke Mathur who brushed aside the Luke-warm challenge 15-10, 15-10 from Vijay Waghela and Amit Butani. 

 

Shirgaokar Enters last Eight
(Article in Asian Age, Mumbai : 3/2/2008)

Mumbai: Feb, 2: Experienced campaigner Niraj Shirgaokar defeated talented youngster Siddharth Samantray 3-1 to reach the quarter final stage of the Men’s top 16 singles competition in the Ashiwini Jewellers sponsored JVPG Club-ISP Squash Classic handicap doubles and men’s top 16 tournament, at the JBPG courts here, on Saturday.

Shirgaokar got into his groove early to find the nicks and corners and took the first set 11-8, but the young Samantray increased the pace of the game in the second to win 11-5. However, the experience on Shirgaokar enabled him to slow down the game once again and he engaged Samantray in long rallies, winning most of them to pravail in the next two and won 11-7, 5-11, 11-8, 11-4. In the doubles handicap events, Prabhakar Darekar and Rishi Joshi beat Karan Lalchandani and Zeus 15-10, 8-15, 15-11 to enter the quarter-finals.

 

Deepali Partner Patil to Victory
(Article in Asian Age, Mumbai : 2/2/2008)

Mumbai, Feb. 1: Former state champion Deepali Anvekar made a return to the squash court, partnering Bhagat Patil to score a 15-9, 15-12 victory over Pradeep Paswan and Uday Chand Rai in the first round of the JVPG Club-ISP squash classic handicap doubles and men’s top 16 tournament, sponsored by Ashwini Jewellers at the JVPG courts, here, on Friday.

Junior girl champ Ankita Sharma, could not emulate Deepali and along with partner Waqar Pathan ended on the losing side against Leon Emmanuel and Hemant Khera to a 12-15, 13-15 score.

 

84th Tournament Organised by ISP