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SPRITE-ISP All India Open Squash Tournament 2009 (Mens Open /Over 35/BU19/BU17/BU15/BU13/Women's Open/GU13/GU15/GU17/Handicap Doubles)

 

From 22nd to 25th August 2009 at Kendriya Vidyalaya Sector 8-R.K.Puram, New Delhi

   
 

 Mr. Digvijay Singh (MP) along with the winners of All India ISP-Sprite Squash tournament held in R.K.Puram, Kendriya
Vidyalaya, New Delhi.
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Gaurav, Janet won the title of ISP-Sprite All India Squash

 

Report from Bruno

Top seed Gaurav Nandrajog of Delhi proved too strong for compatriot and second seed Amjad Khan and the close title match never materialized, with the former winning 11-6, 11-4, 11-5 to lift the men’s open title in the Rs 2.10 lakh prize money ISP-Sprite All India Squash Open tournament at the Kendriya Vidyalaya Squash Courts, R K Puram, here, on Wednesday. Nandrajog earned Rs 50,000 for his efforts at the hands of former CM of MP, Digvijay Singh, the guest of honour and Mahendra Agarwal, Founder Director of ISP.

 

Most of the matches went according to ranking, though boys under-17 Pehlaj Bajwa of Chandigarh was taken the distance by second seed Abhijit Malik before laying his hands on the trophy after winning 4-11, 11-9, 12-10, 6-11, 11-6. 

 

Another player to impress was the upcoming Janet Vidhi of Delhi, who won the girls under-17 title with a four-game win over Pankhuri Malhotra. The sturdily built Janet dropped the third game and then doggedly fought to win the closely contested fourth to register a 11-9, 11-7, 8-11, 15-13 scoreline.

 

Delhi’s domination was broken by two players from Maharashtra, Rahil Fazelbhoy and Yohan Pandole winning the boys under-15 and under-13 title respectively. While Fazelbhoy beat Delhi’s Dhivj Singh 11-8, 11-5, 11-5, Pandole dropped a game to Junaid Muzaffar before winning 11-7, 11-5, 11-6.

 

Results: 

Finals

Handicap Doubles:
Amjad Khan/Ranjit Singh (Del) bt Vickey Nayar/Kushwant Singh (CH) 15-10, 15-14 (3-1).

Men’s Over 35: Anil Bhagat (Del) bt Kushwant Singh (CH) 11-9, 11-3, 11-6.

Men’s Open: Gaurav Nandrajog (Del) bt Amjad Khan (Delhi) 11-6, 11-4, 11-5.

Girls U-17: Janet Vidhi (Del) bt Pankhuri Malhotra (Del) 11-9, 11-7, 8-11, 15-13.

Girls  U-13: Pankhuri Malhotra (Del) bt Adya Advani (Del) 11-4, 11-3, 11-5.

Boys U-19: Karm Kumar (Del) bt Pehlaj Bajwa 11-7, 11-3, 11-7.

Boys U-17: Pehlaj Bajwa (CH) bt Abhijit Malik (SK) 4-11, 11-9, 12-10, 6-11, 11-6.

Boys U-15: Rahil Fazelbhoy (MAH) bt Divij Singh (Del) 11-8, 11-5, 11-5.

Boys U-13: Yohan Pandole bt Junaid Muzaffar 5-11, 11-7, 11-5, 11-6

 

Semi Finals

 

Handicap Doubles
Amjad Khan/Ranjit Singh (Del) bt Sikander Kamal/Kshitij Seth

Men's Over 35
Anil Bhagat (Del.) bt Vicky Nayar (CH) 6-11, 11-8, 12-10, 5-11, 11-9
Kushwant Singh (CH) bt Dushyant Jamwal 7-11, 11-9, 5-11, 13-11, 12-10

 

Men’s Open

Gaurav Nandrajog (Del) bt Sohail Kapoor (Del) 12-10, 11-7, 11-1
Amjad Khan (Del) bt Karm Kumar (Del) 3-11, 11-6, 11-7, 11-7  

Girls U-17
Pankhuri Malhotra (Del) bt Harshita Kaur 11-9, 4-11, 11-7, 11-4
Janet Vidhi (Del) bt
Vishruti Sahni (Del) 11-7, 11-7, 12-10

 

Girls U-13
Pankhuri Malhotra (Del) bt
Harshita Kaur 12-10, 11-7, 11-5
Adya Advani bt Neher Fazelbhoy 11-2, 11-1, 11-0

Boys U-19

Karm Kumar(Del) bt Vedant Issar (Del) 11-3, 11-6, 10-12, 11-4
Pehlaj Bajwa bt Aditya Advani 12-10, 4-11, 9-11, 11-4, 11-6

Boys U-17
Pehlaj Bajwa (CH) bt Rahil Fazelbhoy (MAH) 6-11, 11-6, 6-11, 11-8, 11-5

Boys U-15
Rahil Fazelbhoy bt Ranvijay Singh 11-8, 11-8, 12-14, 11-6
Divij Singh bt Ranjit Singh (UP) 9-11, 11-7, 11-9, 11-3

Boys U-13
Yohan Pandole bt Yash Bhargava (Del.) 11-7, 11-4, 11-6
Juned Muzaffar (Dhampur) bt Robin Maan (Del.) 11-9, 11-8, 11-7  

Quarter Finals

Handicap Doubles 
Vickey Nayar/Kushwant Singh (CH) bt Imroze Pathan/Sunil Bhandari (MH) 15-12,1 5-12  

Men's Over 35 
Vicky Nayar (CH) bt Shammi Khorana (Del.) 11-4, 11-0, 11-3
Rohit Nayer (Del.) lost to Anil Bhagat (Del.) 9-11, 11-8, 11-9, 1-11, 8-11
Kushwant Singh (CH) bt Viman Khubchand 11-9, 11-5, 11-8

Men's Open
Gaurav Nandrajog (Del.) bt Shakir Hussain (Del.) 11-7, 7-11, 11-6, 11-3
Sohail Kapoor (Del.) bt
Imran Khan (Dhampur) 11-6, 11-7
Karm Kumar (Del.) bt Cadet Ahlawat (Ser.) 11-3, 11-2, 11-5
Amjad Khan (Del.) bt Prateek Chalia 7-11, 12-10, 11-9, 11-9

Girls U-17
Pankhuri Malhotra (Del.) bt Anshul Kashyap (Del.) 11-4, 11-3, 11-6
Vishruti Sahni (Del.) bt Tanvi Khanna (Del.) 13-11, 9-11, 11-8, 11-9

Girls U-13
Pankhuri Malhotra (Del.) bt Mehveen (Del.) 11-3, 11-3, 11-3

Boys U-19
Karm Kumar(Del.) bt Harman Singh (Del.) 11-4, 11-6, 11-4  
Akash Moitra (Del.) lost to Vedant A. (Del.) 7-11, 6-11, 13-11
Aditya Advani (Del.) bt G.S.Sidhu (Del.) 11-2, 11-8, 11-5
Sachit Jolly (Del.) lost to Pehlaj Bajwa (CH) 0-11, 5-11, 1-11

Boys U-17
Abhijit Malik (SK) bt Ranvijay Singh (CH) 11-5, 11-1, 11-9
Divij Singh (Del.) bt Sajid Hussain (Dhampur) 11-8, 11-7, 11-8
Rahil Fazelbhoy (MH) bt Aditya Advani (Del.) 16-14, 13-11, 11-8
Sachit Jolly (SP) lost to Pehlaj Bajwa (CH) 2-11, 7-11, 4-11

Boys U-13
Yohan Pandole (MH) bt Harsh Jain (Del.) 11-2, 11-3, 11-6
Juned Muzaffar (Dhampur) bt Ramit Bhargawa (Del.) 11-8, 11-4, 11-5
Vivek Bhojwani(Del.) lost to Yash Bhargava (Del.) 8-11, 7-11, 9-11
Shashank Bhandari lost to Robin Maan (Del.) 3-11, 4-11, 6-11

Mens Open (Round 3)
Imran Khan (Dhampur) bt Harshit Jain (Del.) 11-1, 11-9, 11-3
Gaurav Nandrajog (Del.) bt Sikandar Kamal (Del.) 11-1, 11-6, 11-0
Farman Khan (Del.) lost to Shakir Hussain (Del.) 11-2, 5-11, 11-9, 9-11, 10-12
Vaibhav Gupta (U.P) lost to Sohail Kapoor (Del.) 11-2, 11-0, 11-4
Karm Kumar (Del.) bt Dharmendra Singh (CME) 11-3, 11-1, 11-5
Cadet Ahlawat (Ser.) bt Alankrit S (Del.) 11-2, 11-8, 11-6

Results as on 23/8/09 : Day 2

Boys U-17
Sachit J. bt Kartik R 11-2, 11-6, 11-8
Abhijit Malik bt Anant Bhandari 11-5, 11-3, 11-2
Abhishek Kumar bt Amit Aimocha 11-3, 11-7, 11-3
Ranvijay bt Binoy C 11-1, 11-2, 11-3
Ankish Singh lost to Kabir Kumar 5-11, 2-11, 4-11
G. S Sidhu Bt Purusarth B. 11-4, 9-11, 11-5, 11-4
Aditya Advani bt Devrath Jalan 11-5, 11-3, 11-2
Sajid Hussain bt Abhishek Kumar 11-4, 11-9, 11-6

Girls U-17
Priti M lost to Mahjabeen 4-11, 3-11, 7-11
Yusra lost to Harshita Kaur 2-11, 2-11, 1-11

Poonam Yadav lost to yusra 9-11,8-11,2-11
Vashvi lost to Harshad Kaur 1-11,1-11,0-11

3-Vishruti Sahni bt Mahveen S. 11-2, 11-3, 11-3

Boys U-15 (Round 2)
Yohan Pandole bt Asif Ahmed 11-5, 11-5, 11-3
Umam Karim bt Robin Maan 11-4, 11-8, 11-9 
Ramit Bhargava lost to Abhishek Kumar 5-11, 5-11, 6-11
Ashraf Hussain bt Amay Sabla 11-5, 11-4, 11-4
Ranjit Singh bt Mukul Yadav 11-3, 8-11, 11-5, 11-4
Rajat Sharma lost to Hiteshwar Singh 11-6, 1-11, 11-6, 6-11, 7-11
Divij Singh bt Ashraf Hussain 11-7, 11-3, 11-9

Boys U-19 (Round 2)
G.S.Sidhu bt Razi K 11-6, 9-11, 9-11, 11-6, 14-12
Surya Prakash bt Adil Khan 11-5, 11-4, 11-3
Sumer Sandhu bt Harman Singh 12-10, 11-2, 11-3
Sachit Jolly bt Ashish Gupta 11-2, 11-1, 11-4

Handicap Doubles (Round 1)
Farman Khan/Akash Moitra bt Umman Kareem/ Qurban Hassan 15-11, 17-16
Puneet Makkad/Vaibhav Gupta bt Kunal Mehra/Vedant Issar 17-15, 7-15, 15-12
Kabir Kaur/Kartik Rastogi lost to Sikander Kamal/Kshitij Seth 15-13, 12-15, 11-15
Imroze Pathan/Sunil Bhandari W/o Saket Wali/Subhash Wali

Round 2
Imroze Pathan/Sunil Bhandari bt Puneet Makkad/Vaibhav Gupta 6-15, 15-9, 15-10

Results as on 22/8/09 : Day 1

Boys U-13 (Qualifying Round)
Vedant Agarwal bt Akhil Khattar 11-4,11-6,11-9
Vishrut bt Nishchav 11-3, 11-1, 11-1
Shashank bt Kalpish 11-0,11-1,11-1
Harsh J. bt Rahul V. 11-5,11-6,11-8
Vishrut K bt Nicholas J. 11-2, 11-5, 1-17
Ramit bt Abhay  11-9, 11-4
Ramit B. bt Vidand A 11-3,11-3,11-2
Vedant A bt Karnal K 11-7 , 11-9
Yohanne Pandole bt Vishnu 11-2 , 11-5 11-2

Round 2 :
Ramit B bt Vedant A. 11-3,11-3,11-2

Boys U-15 (Rnd 1)
Arnab Vohra bt Sammar Mittal 11-4, 11-4
Aditya bt Akhil 11-4, 11-3
Rahil Fazelbhoy bt Aditya K. 11-1, 11-2, 11-3
Vinay Chaudhary bt Adhay  11-1,11-1
Divij Singh bt Sammar 11-2,11-6,11-2
Abhishek Kumar bt Akshad A 11-8,11-8

Girls U-17 (Rnd 1)
Shailef bt Sakshi 11-2, 11-4
Aamodini Gupta bt Kanishka P. 11-8,11-4
Tanvi Khanna bt Malvika 11-1, 11-1
 

Mens Open (Rnd 1)
Ricky D. bt Karan K 5-11, 11-6, 11-6, 2-11, 11-7
Imroze Pathan bt Amit Agarwal 12-10,11-2,11-8
Capt. Dhruv  bt Varun 11-1,11-4,11-5
Puneet Makkar bt Abhishek Kushal 11-8,11-7,11-8

Round 2:
Harshit Jain bt Shiv Dhavan 11-7,8-11,11-8,11-9
Imroze Pathan lost to Sohail Kapoor (0-3)  

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Indian squash players make a beeline for rebel tourney
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All Press Articles of the tournament :


NANDRAJOG , AMJAD IN TITLE CLASH
(Article in The Indian Express, Delhi :26/08/2009)


Top seed Gaurav Nandrajog of  Delhi booked his place in men’s final  of the 2009  All India Squash Open Squash Tournaments with an impressive 12 –10 ,11 –7 ,11-1 semifinal win over Sohail Kapoor at Kendriya Vidyalaya squash courts , RK Puram  here on Tuesday.

Nandrajog , the country’s former top- ranked under – 19 player , will take on state mate and second seed Amjad Khan , who beat teenager Karm Kumar 3-11 , 11-6 , 11-7, 11-7 .

However , its not play Pehlaj Bajwa from Chandigarh in the title fight in the boys under – 19 category after serving clinical  win over Vedant Issar 11-3 , 11-6 , 10-12 , 11-14 in the semi-finals Bajwa though was taken the distance by Aditya Advani 12 – 10 , 4-11 , 9-11 , 11- 4 , 11- 6.        

Maharashtra ‘s Rahil Fazilbhoy is in line for doubles after entering the finals of boy’s under – 15 and under – 17 age group.


Nandrajog gets top billing
(Article in The Asian Age , Delhi : 21/08/2009)

New delhi – Delhi’s Gaurav Nandrajog has been given top billing among the men while another local Karm Kumar is the top seed in the boy’s under – 19 category at the Sprite – ISP All India Open Squash tournament starting here from Saturday.

The four-day event will see Nandrajog face stiff competition from second seed Amjad Khan for the top slot. Maharashtra’s Rahil Fazilbhoy and Yohan Pandole are the number one seed in the boys under – 15 and under – 13 categories respectively .

 

( Article in Mail Today, Delhi :  26/08/2009)

Top seed Gaurav Nandrajog of Delhi booked his place in men’s final of the Rs 2.10 lakhs prize money ISP- Sprite All India Squash Open Squash Tournament 2009  with an authoritative 12 – 10 , 11-7 , 11-1 win over Sohail  Kapoor  at Kendriya Vidyalaya Squash Courts , RK Puram on Tuesday. Nandrajog , the country’s former No.1

under – 19 player , will take on second seed Amjad Khan , also of delhi , who dropped the first set against spirited teenager Karm Kumar before winning 3 – 11 ,11-6 ,11 –7, 11 –7.

 

NANDRAJOG PROVES HIS METTEL WITH TITLE
(Article in Indian Express, Delhi : 27/08/2009)

Delhi top seed Gaurav Nandrajog proved a handful for Amjad Khan and the hopes of close final shattered as Nandrajog ran past  the number two seed 11- 6 , 11- 4 , 11- 5 to lift the men’s open title of the ISP Sprite All India Squash Open Tenis Tournament on Wednesday. 

In the boys under – 17 category Pehlaj Bajwa of Chandigarh faced a threat from second seed Abhijit Malik before beating him 4-11, 11-9 , 12 – 10 ,6 – 11 ,  11 – 6. Dehli’s   Janet Vidhi  , who won girls under – 17 title  after playing four games against Pankhuri Malhotra , dropped the third game and then fought back to clinch the issue with a 11- 9 , 11-7 , 8-11 ,   15-13. scoreline. 

Delhi’s domination  however, was tamed by Rahil Fazelbhoy and Yohan Pandole , who won the boys u – 15 and u- 13 titles , respectively. Fazelbhoy beat Divji Singh 11-8 ,11-5 , 11-5 while Pandole won 11 – 7 ,  11 – 5, 11 – 6 against Junaid Muzaffar.

Sidhu advances
(Article in The Hindu, Delhi : 25/08/2009)

New Delhi: In a thrilling contest , G.S. Sidhu  edge past Razi K to reach the u-19 boys quaterfinals of the ISP-Sprite all India squash tournament at Kendriya Vidyalaya (R.K.Puram ,Sector –8) courts here on Monday.


Nandrajog , Vidhi BAG SQUASH TITLES
(Article in The Asian Age, Delhi : 27/08/2009)

New Delhi: the seed Gaurav Nandrajog of Delhi beat Amjad khan 11-6 ,  11- 4 ,11- 4 ,

11 – 5 to lift the men’s open title in the Rs 2.10 lakh  All India squash open championship here on Wednesday. Nandrajog earned Rs 50,000 for his efforts. 

Chandigarh’s  Pehlaj Bajwa pulled out the surprise of the day as he beat second seed Abhijit Malik 4 -  11 , 11 – 9 , 12 – 10 , 6 – 11 , 11 – 6 to clinch the boys u – 17 title. Another player to impress was the upcoming Janet Vidhi of Delhi , who won girls u -  17 crown with a 11- 9 , 11-7 , 8 – 11 , 15 – 13 win over Pankhuri Malhotra . 

Delhi’s domination was broken by two players from Maharashtra , Rahil Fazelbhoy and Yohan Pandole winning the boys u –15 and u – 13 title respectively. While Fazelbhoy beat Dhivj Singh 11 –8 , 11-5 , 11 – 5 , Pandole dropped game to Junaid Muzaffar before winning 11-7 , 11-5 , 11-6.

 

NANDRAJOG TO FACE AMJAD IN FINAL 
(Article in The Aisan Age, Delhi : 26/8/2009)

New Delhi: Top seed Gaurav Nandrajog of Delhi entered the men’s final of the Rs 2.10 Lakhs prize money ISP – Sprite all – India squash open with comfortable 12-10 , 11- 7 , 11- 1 win over Sohail Kapoor at the Kendriya Vidyalaya squash courts , R.K. Puram , here on Tuesday. 

Nandrajog , the country’s former No.1 under – 19 player will take on second seed Amjad Khan also of Delhi , who dropped first set against spirited teenager Karm Kumar before winning  3-11 , 11 – 6 , 11 – 7 , 11 – 7 , reports our correspondent. 

Top seed Karm Kumar kept his hope alive in the boy’s U-19 category , entering the title round with a 11 – 3 , 11 –6, 10 – 12 ,11 –4 , win over Vedant Issar

GAURAV EMERGE CHAMPION
(Article in The Hindu, Delhi :27/08/2009)

New Delhi: Top seed Gaurav Nandrajog beat Amjad Khan to win the men’s single title in the ISP – Sprite all – India Open squash tournament at the Kendriya Vidyalaya (R.K. Puram) courts here on Wednesday

 

SIDHU WINS THRILLER IN PRE-QUARTERS
(Article in The Asian Age, Delhi : 25/08/2009)

New Delhi: Delhi G.S.Sidhu beat Razi K. in a keenly – contested match in the boy’s under – 19 pre-quarterfinal's of the Rs 2.10 lakhs All India Squash Tournament here on Monday. sidhu won 11 – 6 , 6 – 11 , 11 – 6, 14 – 12. 

Sidhu also remained in contention in the boy’s under – 17 category , accounting for Purusarth B. 11-4 , 9-11 , 11 –5, 11-4. the girl’s under – 17 matches saw third seed Vishruti Sahni advance quarterfinals.



NANDRAJOG , AMJAD IN TITLE CLASH
(Article in Hindustan Times, Delhi : 26/08/2009)

New Delhi: Top seed Nandrajog of Delhi booked his his place in men’s final of the Rs. 2.10 lakhs prize money ISP –Sprite All India Squash Open with a fine 12 –10 , 11-7 ,11-1

Win over Sohail Kapoor here on Tuesday. Nandrajog will take on second seed Amjad Khan of Delhi who beat Karm Kumar 3 – 11, 11 –6 , 11 –7, 11 –7

Karm Kumar kept his hope alive in boys U- 19 category , entering the title round with a 11-3 , 11-6 ,10-12 , 11 –4 win over Vedant Issar and setting up clash with Pehlaj Bajwa who was taken the distance by Aditya Advani before winning 12 – 10 , 4 –11 , 9 – 11, 11- 4 , 11-6 .


SEEDED SQUASH PLAYERS HAVE IT EASY
(Article in New Delhi  : 24.08.2009)

The seeded won the first round of the Rs. 2,10,000 prize money Sprite-ISP All India Open Squash Tournament 2009.

Rahil Fazelbhoy, the top seed in the boys U-15 from Maharashtra hardly broke a sweet before getting the better of local qualifier Aditya K 11-1, 11-2, 11-3 in the first round of the Rs. 2,10,000 prize money Sprite-ISP All India open Squash  Tournament 2009, the 93rd tournament to be organized by the Indian Squash Professionals (ISP), at the kendriya Vidyalaya squash courts in New Delhi. 

The tournament has received around 175 entries. 

In the boys under-13 category, top seed Yohan Pandole too had an easy outing, defeating Vishnu V 11-2, 11-5, 11-2. 

In the girls U-17 matches, Amodini Gupta and Tanvi Khanna scored facile wins over kanishka P and Malvika respectively.

SQUASHING THE LETHARGY
(Article of The Economic Times, New Delhi : 30.08.2009)

This one is about squashing your opponents. Literally. But equally interesting is the origin of this very simple game. In the early 19th century, the seeds of the game were first took to smashing a ball against a wall for amusement. Soon after, a game of rackets developed which spilled over into Britain’s leading public school. By 1830, the first game of squash saw the light of the day at Harrow School.

The growth story of squash in India is laudable. Its journey dates several years back when it gained significant popularly among the specific segment of the masses. The game is now being run and managed by a number of national and state level associations who are working collectively for the development of the sport. 

The Squash Rackets Federation of India (SRFI), for instance, is the national governing body for squash in India, which was established with the sole objective of better management and development of the game in this country. SRFI, on its part, is proactively undertaking a lot of initiatives such as conducting training campus, organizing tournaments at the state and national level for the well being of the game in India. 

Not only does it conduct the National Squash Championship, it has been given the task of selecting the squad for the Indian team, and choosing coaches for the national team. The SRFI is also credited for establishing the ICL-TNSRA Squash Academy for providing training facilities to the young squash players. 

India has produced the young guns such as Saurav Ghosal, who reached an all time high of 29 in the latest PSA world ranking. Ravi Dixit, an ICL academy player, became the first Indian to emerge victorious in the Milo All Star Malaysian Junior Open Boys under-19 title in Kuala Lumpur. 

The recently help ISP-Sprite All India Squash open Tennis Tournament in Delhi saw top seed Gaurav Nandrajog clinch the gold medal by defeating Amjad Khan, with the former winning 11-6, 11-4, and 11-5 to lift the men’s open title in the Rs. 2.10 lakh prize money. Among girls, Janet Vidhi won the under-17 title with a four-game win over Pankhuri Malhotra. At present, Indian stands handsomely at 6th position in the world. 

President of Delhi Squash Association VK Goel is in high spirits. He fills the potential of squash in India in immense and growing everyday. “It is eminently suitable for the Indian physique. Compare to tennis or badminton is far less expensive. While it is fairly easy to learn the game, accurate hitting and discipline are required rather then brute strength”, he said. He further adder that barring cricket, squash is gaining popularity every year in India however, it need more sponsorship for the popularity  to grow exponentially. 

But that hasn’t dampened the spirits of budding players and organisers across the country. National coach for Squash Cyrus Poncha says the game has done well over the last few year and more so with the junior women learn securing bronze at the world championship in 2009. 

“In individual events, we ranked 18th in the world. But now things have changed. In professional rankings, we have over 8 men and a handful of girls participating in the international arena”, he said. However, squash was not selected for the Olympics, which came as a big blow to squash aficionados. But the government support has been forthcoming. 

“The government supports the squash federation and given grants to organize international coaching camps in Indian and abroad. Ministry for youth affairs and sports has also supported us wholeheartedly”, he added. If the current performance of young players is any indicator then squash will soon figure among the top sports in India.

93rd Tournament Organised by ISP