Indian sports activities information wrap, January 12

Published:Mar 10, 202423:16
Indian sports activities information wrap, January 12


Yuki-Saketh pair reaches semis in Thailand Challenger

High seeds Yuki Bhambri and Saketh Myneni beat Dan Added and Michael Geerts 4-6, 7-5, [10-5] within the doubles quarterfinals of the $80,000 Challenger tennis match in Nonthaburi, Thailand, on Thursday.

Within the semifinals, the Indian pair will meet fourth seeds Marek Gengel and Adam Pavlasek who pipped Anirudh Chandrasekar and Vijay Sundar Prashanth 10-8 within the tremendous tie-break of their quarterfinals.

Within the $40,000 ITF ladies’s occasion in Nonthaburi, third seed Ankita Raina was crushed within the singles pre-quarterfinals by Haruka Kaji, however Rutuja Bhosale made the doubles semifinals in partnership with Erika Sema of Japan.


$80,000 Challenger, Nonthaburi, Thailand

Doubles (quarterfinals): Yuki Bhambri & Saketh Myneni bt Dan Added (Fra) & Michael Geerts (Bel) 4-6, 7-5, [10-5]; Marek Gengel & Adam Pavlasek (Cze) bt Anirudh Chandrasekar & Vijay Sundar Prashanth 6-4, 6-7(5), [10-8].

$40,000 ITF ladies, Nonthaburi, Thailand

Singles (pre-quarterfinals): Haruka Kaji (Jpn) bt Ankita Raina 7-5, 6-3.

Doubles (quarterfinals): Erika Sema (Jpn) & Rutuja Bhosale bt Yu Chieh Hsieh (Tpe) & Hong Yi Cody Wong (Hkg) 6-1, 6-4.

- Staff Sportstar

ITF junior tennis

Timofei Derepasko of Russia performed an athletic all-round sport to tame the second seed Amir Milushev of Uzbekistan 6-2, 5-7, 7-5 within the quarterfinals of the ITF junior tennis match on the DLTA Advanced on Thursday.

After pulling via powerful matches within the earlier two rounds, Milushev discovered his match within the tenacious Derepasko.

Within the semifinals, the Russian will play compatriot Ivan Iutkin who overcame the champion of the final match Donghyun Hwang of Korea in three units.

The opposite semifinal will likely be between high seed Adhithya Ganesan of the USA and Kim Jangjun of Korea. Each got here via in straight units, with out breaking right into a sweat on a shiny morning.

Within the women part, left-hander Vlada Mincheva was fairly resourceful as she performed a fluent sport in beating the second seed Zuzanna Pawlikowska of Poland. She is going to meet Alexia Harmon of the USA who stopped the effective run of qualifier Allegra Davies of Britain for the lack of 5 video games.

High seed Ashton Bowers of the USA needed to dig deep to convey out her finest sport to beat Margot Phanthala of France who had received a match on the similar venue just a few months again. Ashton will problem Inidra Lepage of Belgium who knocked out third seed Anna Sedysheva with a artful sport.


Boys: Adhithya Ganesan (USA) bt Manvydas Balciunas (Ned) 6-3, 6-1; Jangjun Kim (Kor) bt Rohan Belday 6-3, 6-4; Ivan Iutkin (Rus) bt Donghyun Hwang (Kor) 6-7(6), 6-0, 6-4; Timofei Derepasko (Rus) bt Amir Milushev (Uzb) 6-2, 5-7, 7-5.

Women: Ashton Bowers (USA) bt Margot Phanthala (Fra) 6-2, 4-6, 6-0; Inidra Lepage (Bel) bt Anna Sedysheva (Rus) 6-0, 2-6, 6-0; Alexia Harmon (USA) bt Allegra Davies (GBR) 7-5, 6-0; Vlada Mincheva (Rus) bt Zuzanna Pawlikowska (Pol) 6-3, 6-2.

- Kamesh Srinivasan


Nationwide choice trials

From left to right: Pankaj Mukheja, champion Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar and Akhil Sheoran in rifle 3-position event of the National shooting selection trials in Delhi on Thursday.

From left to proper: Pankaj Mukheja, champion Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar and Akhil Sheoran in rifle 3-position occasion of the Nationwide taking pictures choice trials in Delhi on Thursday. | Photograph Credit score: SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT

Olympian Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar beat Pankaj Mukheja 17-7 to emerge on high in 50-metre rifle 3-position occasion within the Nationwide taking pictures choice trials on the Dr. Karni Singh Vary, Tughlakabad, on Thursday.

It was a commendable fare by Aishwary who had earlier topped qualification with 590, and emerged on high within the semifinal stage in a very robust discipline.

Akhil Sheoran positioned third forward of Niraj Kumar, whereas Olympic quota place winner Swapnil Kusale was fifth, forward of Olympians Deepak Kumar and Sanjeev Rajput.

Within the second trials of girls’s air rifle, Ramita Jindal beat qualification topper Tilottama Sen (633.5) in an exhilarating vogue 16-12. Elavenil Valarivan was third but once more, whereas the winner of the primary occasion, Narmada Nithin positioned fifth after scoring 630.5 in qualification.

Manini Kaushik, Meghana Sajjanar and Yukthi Rajendra had been the others to make the semifinal stage.

In ladies’s sports activities pistol, Manu Bhaker emerged on high but once more as she pipped Abhidnya Patil 27-26, after having topped qualification with an impressive 590.

Rhythm Sangwan, Shri Nivetha, Aakanksha Bansal and Surabhi Pathak had been eradicated within the semifinals.


10m air rifle:

Girls: 1. Ramita Jindal 16 (262.0) 631.0; 2. Tilottama Sen 12 (262.2) 633.5; 3. Elavenil Valarivan 261.9 (629.0); 4. Nancy 260.6 (631.9).

Junior ladies: 1. Swati Chowdhury 16 (262.3) 630.4; 2. Devanshi Katara 10 (260.8) 630.1; 3. Sonam Maskar 260.4 (629.5); 4. Shikha Nanda 259.8 (627.4).

25m sports activities pistol:

Girls: 1. Manu Bhaker 27 (11) 590; 2. Abhidnya Patil 26 (15) 578; 3. Niveditha Nair 18 (11) 578; 4. Divya TS 13 (9) 582.

Junior ladies: 1. Divanshi 25 (13) 579; 2. Tejaswani 22 (13) 577; 3. Megana Sadula 16 (10) 573; 4. Payal 12 (10) 576.

50m rifle 3-position:

Males: 1. Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar 17 (409.0) 590; 2. Pankaj Mukheja 7 (407.3) 585; 3. Akhil Sheoran 406.0 (588); 4. Niraj Kumar 403.1 (588).

Junior males: 1. Ramanya Tomer 16 (402.4) 572; 2. Shivam Dabas 14 (404.7) 574; 3. Sartaj Singh Tiwana 400.6 (570); 4. Parikshit Singh Brar 394.7 (578).

- Staff Sportstar


Nationwide Sub-Junior Championships: Haryana takes boys sabre and foil golds

Haryana bagged the boys sabre and foil group golds within the 24 th Nationwide sub-junior fencing championship on the Rajiv Gandhi indoor stadium in Kochi on Thursday.

Karnataka took the ladies epee group title.

In the meantime Maharashtra’s Saiprasad Jangwad and Karnataka’s P. Pavani received the gold within the girls and boys particular person epee occasion.

Ultimate placings (group occasions):

Boys: Sabre: 1. Haryana, 2. Tamil Nadu, 3. J&Ok & Manipur.

Foil: 1. Haryana, 2. Manipur, 3. TN & Maharashtra.

Women: Epee: 1. Karnataka, 2. Maharashtra, 3, Manipur & Chandigarh.

Particular person occasions:

Boys: Epee: 1. Saiprasad Jangwad (Mah), 2. Gaurav Chaudhary (Del), 3. Aditya Singh (Del) & B. Bejino Steffin (TN).

Foil: 1. Sachin (Har), 2. Karan Chaudhary (MP), 3. Ok. Prithibaj Singh (Man) & M. Nifin Raj (TN).

Women: Epee: 1. P. Pavani (Kar), 2. Janvi Jadav (Mah), 3. L. Yuktha Siri (Ker) & Nibber Agamjot Kaur (Man).

Foil: 1. Prachi (Har), 2. T. Melemnganbi (Man), 3. Hirlal Verma (Har) & Navisha Bhardwaj (Har).

Sabre: 1. Srishti Singh (Har), 2. Sakshi Kapoor (Har), 3. Priya Ningomnbam (Man) & Pebam Babydina (Man).

- Stan Rayan

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Publish date: 2023-01-12 20:57:06
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