Aditya in quarters

Calgary (Canada): India's Aditya Jagtap, who made a fluent entry into main draw from the qualifiers, has made it to the quarterfinal of the Mount Royal University Open, a PSA world tour event here

Neel Joshi settles for silver

Birmingham: Valiant Neel Joshi put in his best effort but the top seed SamTodd of England was even better to carve out a 3-1 win and take the gold in the U-15 boys' section of the British Junior Op

A semi-final spot assured

Birmingham: India is assured of atleast one semi-final spot in the ongoing British Junior Open squash here but it could be more with four boys having made it to the last four in two age categories.

Yash Fadte wins U S Junior open

Connecticut (US): India's promising junior Yash Fadte emerged winner in the U-17 category in the US Junior Open squash tournament which concluded here on Tuesday.

The Goa lad, ranked four

Ghosal in third round

Manchester: Saurav Ghosal remained in focus and breezed past Ben Coleman of England 11-4, 11-3, 11-4 to move into the third round of the World Squash Championship being held here.


Abhay and Sunayna make a splash

Coffs Harbour (Australia): Two leading Indian juniors just coming into the senior ranks Abhay Singh and Sunanya Kuruvilla are on the threshold of touching a milestone in their careers by reaching t

Joshna loses final

Hong Kong: Joshna Chinappa's dreams of a title ended swiftly on Saturday with the top seeded Egyptian Nour El Tayeb, in ruthless touch, racing to a straight game victory in the final of the HKFC In

Ghosh-Sathiyan enter Bulgaria Open final

Panagyurishte (Bulgaria), Aug 19 : The Indian pair of Soumyajit Ghosh and G. Sathiyan defeated compatriots Anthony Amalraj and Sanil Shetty to enter the men's doubles final at the Seamaster 2017 Wo

Sarangi elected to WSF Ethics Commission

Chennai: Mr Debendranath Sarangi, President of the Squash Rackets Federation of India and Vice President, Asian Squash Federation has been elected as a Member of the World Squash Federation's Ethic

Joshna and Dipika get bronze medal

Manchester: It was a day of disappointments for India in the WSF-World doubles squash championship here on Friday. The lone hope of Joshna Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal Karthik doing something ended

Harinder jumps 12 rungs in rankings

Chennai: Harinder Pal Sandhu earned the reward for his recent performances_ two PSA title wins in July_ by jumping 12 rungs to be at 65 as per the August rankings issued by the Squash's professiona

Harinder bags his 9th PSA title

Melbourne: There was no stopping Harinder Pal Sandhu as the Indian ace annexed the Victorian Open title here on Sunday for his fourth PSA title in a row since May. Overall the Indian has in a short

Mahesh goes down fighting

Invercargill (New Zealand): Finalist a week ago in another event, India's Mahesh Mangaonkar went down fighting to the top seed Ivan Yuen of Malaysia in the quarterfinal of the ILY-Community Trust N

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