Indian sports activities information wrap, January 11

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Indian sports activities information wrap, January 11


Bopanna, Ramkumar exit in Adelaide

Rohan Bopanna, seeded fifth with Matthew Ebden of Australia, was overwhelmed 7-6(4), 7-5 by Nicolas Mahut and Tim Puetz within the doubles pre-quarterfinals of the $713,495 ATP tennis match in Adelaide on Wednesday.

Ramkumar Ramanathan in partnership with Miguel Angel Reyes-Varela was overwhelmed 6-3, 6-4 by the second seeds Marcelo Arevalo and Jean-Julien Rojer.

Bopanna and Ramkumar had gained the doubles title in Adelaide final 12 months after they selected to associate as a brief association.


$713,495 ATP, Adelaide, Australia

Doubles (pre-quarterfinals): Nicolas Mahut (Fra) & Tim Puetz (Ger) bt Matthew Ebden (Aus) & Rohan Bopanna 7-6(4), 7-5; Marcelo Arevalo (Esa) & Jean-Julien Rojer (Ned) bt Miguel Angel Reyes-Varela (Mex) & Ramkumar Ramanathan 6-3, 6-4.

$80,000 Challenger, Nonthaburi, Thailand

Singles (pre-quarterfinals): Arthur Cazaux (Fra) bt Prajnesh Gunneswaran 6-7(5), 7-6(40, 6-3.

Doubles (pre-quarterfinals): Yuki Bhambri & Saketh Myneni bt Zdenek Kolar (Cze) & Jason Taylor (Aus) 7-5, 6-3; Christopher Rungkat (Ina) & Akira Santillan (Aus) bt Fernando Romboli (Bra) & Arjun Kadhe 6-4, 6-2.

$40,000 ITF ladies, Nonthaburi, Thailand

Singles (first spherical): Kateryna Bondarenko (Ukr) bt Rutuja Bhosale 6-1, 1-6, 6-3.

Doubles (pre-quarterfinals): Chompoothip Jundakate & Tamachan Momkoonthod (Tha) bt Rosalie van der Hoek (Ned) & Ankita Raina 7-5, 6-7(1), [11-9]; Erika Sema (Jpn) & Rutuja Bhosale bt Ku Yeon Woo & Park Sohyun (Kor) 3-6, 6-3, [11-9].

- Kamesh Srinivasan

ITF junior tennis

Rethin Pranav was unable to hold on to a blinding begin and allowed his problem to fizzle out towards sixth seed Donghyun Hwang of Korea within the pre-quarterfinals of the ITF junior tennis match on the DLTA Advanced on Wednesday.

The Korean, who had gained the match final week in Chandigarh, regrouped his sport to race to a 3-6, 6-2, 6-0 victory.

Taking part in at full tempo, smacking winners at will on both flank was like consuming chocolate for the 15-year-old Rethin, one of many vibrant expertise within the nation. Nevertheless, when the Korean turned even handed, Rethin couldn't retain his grip on the match.

The Indian problem might have led to singles, however gamers of Indian origin, prime seed Adhithya Ganesan and Rohan Belday put up a great sport to achieve the quarterfinals.

Second seed Amir Milushev who had endured a marathon within the first spherical towards Cahir Warik, edged out Korean qualifier Se Hyuk Cho within the third set tie-break.

Within the ladies part, Tejasvi Dabas acquired off to a dream begin, however was unable to deal with the climax effectively towards the artful Indira Lepage of Belgium.


Boys: Adhithya Ganesan (USA) bt Ke Hau Hung (Tpe) 6-3, 6-2; Manvydas Balciunas (Ned) bt Yu Maeda (Jpn) 6-1, 3-0 (retired); Rohan Belday (USA) bt Satoru Nakajima (Jpn) 3-6, 6-3, 7-5; Kim Jangjun (Kor) bt Shingo Masuda (Jpn) 6-3, 6-1; Donghyun Hwang (Kor) bt Rethin Pranav 3-6, 6-2, 6-0; Ivan Iutkin (Rus) bt Aayush Bhat (USA) 6-1, 4-3 (retired); Timofei Derepasko (Rus) bt Poonthong Komopisut (Tha) 6-2, 6-2; Amir Milushev (Uzb) bt Se Hyuk Cho (Kor) 2-6, 6-2, 7-6(5).

Ladies: Ashton Bowers (USA) bt Yu-Ning Tsai (Tpe) 6-1, 6-4; Margot Phanthala (Fra) bt Dominika Podhajecka (Pol) 2-6, 6-2, 6-2; Anna Sedysheva (Rus) bt Gabia Paskauskas (GBR) 6-1, 6-3; Indira Lepage (Bel) bt Tejasvi Dabas 0-6, 7-5, 6-1; Allegra Davies (GBR) bt Kamonwan Yodpetch (Tha) 4-6, 6-2, 6-1; Alexia Harmon (USA) bt Liya Chu (Tpe) 6-2, 6-2; Vlada Mincheva (Rus) bt Asylzhan Arystanbekova (Kaz) 6-4, 6-1; Zuzanna Pawlikowska (Pol) bt Ria Bhakta (USA) 6-2, 6-1.

- Kamesh Srinivasan


Nationwide choice trials

Mehuli Ghosh was at her fluent finest as she beat qualification topper Narmada Nithin 17-9 within the ladies’s air rifle last of the Nationwide capturing choice trials on the Dr. Karni Singh Vary, Tughlakabad, on Wednesday.

Narmada was constantly robust, scoring 264.2 within the second stage, on par with Mehuli, after having shot a powerful 633.5 in qualification.

Whereas former world No.1 Elavenil Valarivan completed third, 0.2 level forward of Ramita Jindal, Tilottama Sen ended up sixth, after qualifyin within the second place with 632.6.

Narmada Nithin, champion Mehuli Ghosh and Elavenil Valarivan (left to right) in air rifle in the National shooting trials in Delhi on Wednesday.

Narmada Nithin, champion Mehuli Ghosh and Elavenil Valarivan (left to proper) in air rifle within the Nationwide capturing trials in Delhi on Wednesday. | Photograph Credit score: Particular Association

Narmada’s playing cards in qualification ranged from 105.0 to 106.8. It meant that she had a median of 10.56 each shot over 60 photographs, for an unimaginable degree of accuracy.

Within the second trial of 25-metre fast hearth pistol, Ankur Goel shot to the highest as he beat Bhavesh Shekhawat 29-25. Vijayveer Sidhu, who had topped the primary trial, completed third forward of Anhad Jawanda.

Anish Bhanwala (583) and Adarsh Singh (585) shot vibrant in qualification, however acquired eradicated within the semifinal stage, together with Olympian Gurpeet Singh (578) and Arpit Goel (577).


10m air rifle:

Ladies: 1. Mehuli Ghosh 17 (264.2 (631.2); 2. Narmada Nithin 9 (264.2) 633.5; 3. Elavenil Valarivan 262.4 (629.3); 4. Ramita Jindal 262.2 (632.4).

Junior ladies: 1. Gautami Bhanot 16 (261.8) 628.7; 2. Swati Chowdhury 8 (263.0) 628.8; 3. Harshita 258.2 (626.6); 4. Manyata Singh 257.4 (626.4).

25m fast hearth pistol:

Males: 1. Ankur Goel 29 (15) 580; 2. Bhavesh Shekhawat 25 (15) 585; 3. Vijayveer Sidhu 19 (14) 580; 4. Anhad Jawanda 5 (14) 580.

Junior males: 1. Agneya Kaushik 29 (14) 570; 2. Abhinav Choudhary 28 (15) 575; 3. Jatin 16 (13) 575; 4. Sahil Vijay Dudhane 9 (12) 565.

- Kamesh Srinivasan


DGC captain Raj Khanna, two-time Indian Open champion Ali Sher; DGC President K. K. Bajoria, golfers Gaurav Ghei, Manav Jaini and Head of the International Series (Asian Tour) Rahul Singh, pose with the DGC Open Trophy in New Delhi.

DGC captain Raj Khanna, two-time Indian Open champion Ali Sher; DGC President Okay. Okay. Bajoria, golfers Gaurav Ghei, Manav Jaini and Head of the Worldwide Series (Asian Tour) Rahul Singh, pose with the DGC Open Trophy in New Delhi. | Photograph Credit score: SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT

In a considerable enhance in prize cash, this 12 months’s DGC Open golf match will see a 50% hike to a whopping $750,000.

After the $500,000 inaugural occasion final 12 months was voted by the gamers because the third-best occasion amongst 20 tournaments on the Asian Tour, the much-awaited competitors returns to the Delhi Golf Membership course from March 16 to 19.

Defending champion Thailand’s Nitithorn Thippong, who acquired the higher of Ajeetesh Sandhu in an thrilling playoff, has confirmed his participation.

Since these are nonetheless early days resulting in the occasion, extra marquee names are anticipated to be a part of the 132-player subject. In all, members are anticipated from about 25 nations.

On the formal announcement of the occasion on Wednesday, the DGC president Okay. Okay. Bajoria anticipated the creamy layer of Asian and Indian golfers to return to some of the sought-after golf golf equipment within the contingent.

Mr. Rahul Singh, Head of the Worldwide Series, Asian Tour, was open to including extra occasions in India supplied appropriate patrons and companions got here on board.

Three well-known merchandise of the DGC - two-time Indian Open champion Ali Sher, Gaurav Ghei and Manav Jaini - have been additionally current.

- Rakesh Rao

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Publish date: 2023-01-11 20:33:17
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