Could 18: Indian sports activities information wrap of the day

Published:Mar 10, 202422:11
Could 18: Indian sports activities information wrap of the day


Compound males archers guarantee of silver, girls bag bronze in WC Stage 2

Indian compound archers ensured two group medals within the Archery World Cup Stage-2 in Gwangju, Korea, on Wednesday.

The boys's group reached the ultimate, whereas the ladies claimed the bronze medal.

The fourth-seeded India – comprising Abhishek Verma, Aman Saini and Rajat Chauhan – defeated Italy 235-229, the USA 234-228 and host and top-seeded Korea 233-233 (shoot-off 29-26) to make it to the lads's group remaining. India will meet sixth-ranked France within the title conflict.

In a restricted discipline, the fifth-placed Indian girls's group – consisting of Avneet Kaur, Muskan Kirar and Priya Gurjar – obtained a primary spherical bye and beat Chinese language Taipei 228-226 earlier than dropping to top-seeded host Korea 230-228 within the semifinals. 

India pipped Turkey – comprising Ayse Bera Suzer, Yesim Bostan and Songui Lok – 232-231 within the bronze medal match.

Within the recurve rankings, Tarundeep Rai (662), Neeraj Chauhan (651), Jayanta Talukdar (647) and Sachin Gupta (647) took fifteenth, thirty second, thirty ninth and fortieth spots respectively amongst males.

Ridhi Phor (629), Komalika Bari (621), Ankita Bhakat (606) and Simranjieet Kaur (588) positioned 14th, twenty fourth, forty third and 53rd respectively amongst girls.

India was seventh with 1960 factors in males's group,  fifth with 1856 factors in girls's group and seventh with 1291 factors in blended group rankings.

-Y. B. Sarangi


The domination of India within the Junior World Cup capturing in Suhl, Germany, continued with the group including two gold and a silver within the 25-metre speedy fireplace pistol occasion.

Within the blended group competitors of speedy fireplace pistol, Simranpreet Kaur Brar and Vijayveer Sidhu beat compatriots Anish Bhanwala and Tejaswani 17-9 for the gold.

Within the males’s group competitors, Anish, Vijayveer and Sameer helped India win the gold in majestic trend, outclassing Thailand 17-1, after having reigned supreme within the two levels of qualification.

In girls’s skeet group occasion, Parinaaz Dhaliwal, Darshna Rathore and Areeba Khan certified for the bronze medal match towards Germany, whereas Slovakia and Britain had been set for the gold match.

The Indian junior males’s skeet shooters couldn't make an impression. Abhay Singh Sekhon shot 113 for the twenty third spot, one of the best of the lot in a discipline of 64.

India took its tally to 13 gold, 14 silver and 4 bronze, comfortably on prime of the desk. Iraly was a distant second with 4 gold and 5 bronze. Poland (3), US (2), France (2), Germany, Australia and Bulgaria shared the remainder of the gold medals determined so

The outcomes:

25m speedy fireplace pistol: Junior males’s group: 1. India (Anish Bhanwala, Vijayveer Sidhu, Sameer)
17 (568) 851; 2. Thailand (Waster Kongklang, Wachiravit Phuangthong, Thanawit Kruawongkaew) 1 (523) 827; 3. Norway 474 (765).

Combined group: 1. India (Simranpreet Kaur Brar, Vijayveer Sidhu) 17 (379) 569; 2. India-2 (Anish Bhanwala, Tejaswani) 9 (377) 559; 3. Norway 17(344) 509; 4. Thailand 11 (349) 539.

-Kamesh Srinivasan


Ankita Raina overwhelmed in ITF Italia

Angelica Reggi beat Ankita Raina 7-6(5), 6-2 within the first spherical of the $60,000 ITF girls’s tennis match in Rome, Italy.

In an analogous match within the US, Sharmada Balu made the doubles quarterfinals with Maria Kononova. Within the $25,000 occasion in Portugal, Riya Bhatia outplayed Sara Lauca 6-0, 6-2 within the first spherical.

The outcomes:

$60,000 ITF girls, Rome, Italy Singles (first spherical): Angelica Raggi (Ita) bt Ankita Raina 7-6(5), 6-2.

$60,000 ITF girls, Pelham, US Doubles (pre-quarterfinals): Maria Kononova & Sharmada Balu bt Tiphanie Fiquet (Fra) & Akvile Paraziskaite (Ltu) 4-6, 6-3, [11-9].

$25,000 ITF girls, Montemor-O-Novo, Portugal Singles (first spherical): Riya Bhatia bt Sara Lanca (Por) 6-0, 6-2.

$15,000 ITF girls, Cancun, Mexico Singles (first spherical): Rachel Gailis (US) bt Sravya Shivani 6-4, 6-0.

€ 32,160 Challenger, Francavilla al Mare, Italy Doubles (pre-quarterfinals): Mats Hermans (Ned) & Alexandru Jecan (Rou) bt Lorenzo Claverie (Ita) & Manas Dhamne 6-2, 6-0.

$25,000 ITF males, Vic, Spain Singles (first spherical): Manish Sureshkumar bt Oltra Guiral Gerard (Esp) 6-1, 6-0.

Doubles (pre-quarterfinals): Sai Karteek Reddy Ganta & Manish Sureshkumar bt John Echeverria & Mario Mansilla Diez (Esp) 6-4, 7-5.

$15,000 ITF males, Oran, Algeria Singles (pre-quarterfinals): Benjamin Lock (Zim) bt Jagmeet Singh 6-0, 6-2.

-Kamesh Srinivasan

Asian U-16 match

Levin Safoor Mydeen fought his well past eighth seed Priyansh Barthwal 7-6(4), 4-6, 6-1 within the quarterfinals of the Asian U-16 tennis match on the Fashionable College courts, Barakhamba Highway, on Wednesday.

The U-14 champion final week on the similar venue, Levin will play Dhruv Sachdeva within the semifinals. The opposite semifinal will probably be between second seed Jason David and Akshat Dhull.

Within the ladies part, prime seed Riya Bhatia battled previous Sree Tanvi Dasari in three units to fulfill Aakruti Sonkusare within the semifinals. The opposite semifinal will probably be between Nainika Bendram and Saumrita Verma.

The outcomes (quarterfinals)

Boys: Dhruv Sachdeva bt Anuj Pal 6-0, 6-2; Levin Safoor Mydeen bt Priyanssh Barthwal 7-6 (4), 4-6, 6-1; Akshat Dhull bt Antarksh Tamuly 3-6, 6-2, 6-1; Jason David bt Vanchasa Thapliyaq 6-4, 7-5.

Women: Riya Sachdeva bt Sree Tanvi Dasari 6-3, 2-6, 6-4; Aakruti Sonkusare bt Ishi Maheshwari 6-2, 3-0 (retired); Saumrita Verma bt Shaivi Dalal 7-6 (3), 6-3; Nainika Bendram bt Divya Ungrish 7-5, 6-2.

- Kamesh Srinivasan


Tvesa, Aditi amongst 5 Indians at Jabra Girls Open

Tvesa Malik and Aditi Ashok will lead a giant Indian problem on the Jabra Open because the Girls European Tour returns to Europe this week.

The robust discipline of 132 contains 5 Indians.

Tvesa has performed in Asia just lately whereas Aditi Ashok hops from throughout the Atlantic the place she performs the LPGA to prepare for the Majors in Europe.

The opposite Indians within the discipline are Amandeep Drall, who has travelled rather a lot over the previous 18 months looking for occasions, Vani Kapoor and Suchitra Ramesh, who performs repeatedly on the Indian home Tour.

Tvesa is paired with former Hero Girls's Indian Open winner, Camille Chevalier, and Spain's Harang Lee, whereas Aditi performs alongside Lucie Malchirand of France and Linn Grant of Sweden.

Amandeep Drall is paired with Ainil Bakar of Malaysia and England's Florentyna Parker, and Vani performs with Katja Pogacar and Emma Grechi of France.

Suchitra is drawn with Olivia Mehaffey of Norther Eire and Klara Sionkava of Czech Republic.

Located within the picturesque Evian Resort Golf Membership on the banks of Lake Geneva, the French vacation spot will see the LET stars compete for a Euro 250,000 purse over 54 holes from Thursday to Saturday this week.

The final yr's winner Pia Babnik will probably be again to attempt to defend her crown, which she gained in a playoff towards 2020 champion Annabel Dimmock final time round, with Dimmock additionally within the discipline as soon as once more this week.

The 2010 Order of Benefit winner Lee Ann Tempo may also be trying to problem on the prime of the leaderboard, with the South African hoping so as to add to her 11 LET match victories in her profession.

Tempo has already tasted success this yr on the Investec South African Girls's Open, and there will probably be an additional 5 2022 winners within the discipline, with final week's Aramco Crew Sequence -Bangkok winner Manon De Roey additionally within the discipline.

Meghan MacLaren (Australian Girls's Traditional) and Maja Stark (Girls's NSW Open) may also be trying to make it two wins for the season, as will Linn Grant, who took the spoils on the Joburg Girls Open again in March.

Johanna Gustavsson comes into the week off the again of a 3rd second-place end of the season is Bangkok, with the Swede additionally ending as runner-up on the Aramco Saudi Girls Worldwide earlier within the yr, in addition to on the Girls’s NSW Open.


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