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newssquash2 months ago

CWG 2022 | Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa advance to the women's doubles quarters

The top Indian women's squash team of Joshna Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal Karthik easily through to Thursday's quarterfinal of the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham. The CWG 2014 gold medalists defeated Meagan Best and Amanda Haywood of Barbados in the round of 16, winning 11-4, 11-4.
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newssquash2 months ago

2022 Commonwealth Games | 14-year-old Anahat Singh makes the squash team

Dipika Pallikal, the reigning global women's and mixed doubles champion, will captain India's nine-member squash squad at the Commonwealth Games 2022, which will be hosted in Birmingham. Pallikal and Chinappa will pair in women's doubles, while the former will team with Saurav Ghosal in the mixed.
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newssquash6 months ago

World Doubles Squash Championships | Dipika Pallikal wins two titles with Joshna Chinappa and Saurav Ghosal

Dipika Pallikal and Saurav Ghosal won the mixed doubles championship at the World Doubles Squash Championships 2022 in Glasgow, whereas Dipika and Joshna Chinappa teamed up to win women's doubles title. Indian squash players had previously only made two final appearances at the World Championships.
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newssquash6 months ago

World Doubles Squash Championship 2022 | Third seeds Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa enter semis

Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa, placed second in Group B, on Thursday advanced to the semi-finals of the World Doubles Squash Championships 2022 in Glasgow, Scotland. The third-seeded team won the match 11-5, 11-3 in 16 minutes against 11th seeds Abbie Palmer and Kaitlyn Watts of New Zealand.
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newssquash6 months ago

Dipika Pallikal makes strong start at World Double Squash Championships 2022 upon return

Dipika Pallikal, the ace squash player from India, made an impression on the opening day of the World Double Squash Championships 2022 at the Scotstoun Leisure Centre in Glasgow, Scotland, returning to the court for the first time after becoming a mother, winning two of her three matches.
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newssquash3 years ago

Players need full-time coach for constant inputs, says Joshna Chinappa

India’s star women squash player Joshna Chinappa has stated that the players desperately needed a full-time coach who would be observing the players and give them regular output on their game. Chinappa also stated that she was extremely confident that a coach will come by the start of next year.
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newssquash3 years ago

We want to have PSA events in India, says Cyrus Poncha

India’s national squash coach Cyrus Poncha has expressed his aim to host more Professional Squash Association (PSA) events in India in near future. Poncha has also added that organising big tournaments will help in changing the entire system associated with the sport in the country.
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newssquash3 years ago

Joshna Chinappa and Saurav Ghosal to headline India's challenege at Asian Individual championship

Defending Champions Joshna Chinappa will lead the Indian challenge at the Asian Individual squash championship, that will start tomorrow, in Malaysia. Saurav Ghosal, who secured the silver in the competition last time, will want to go one step further in the event that is scheduled till May 5.
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newssquash3 years ago

SRFI opt against hiring full-time coaches; chooses ‘event-based’ coaching programme

The National Squash Federation has decided against the appointment of a full-time foreign coach for the national team. Instead of that, the Indian governing body will hire names such as former world number one David Palmer for 'event-based’ coaching for budding young players across the country.
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newssquash3 years ago

Saurav Ghosal rises to career best 10th in latest PSA rankings

Top Indian squash ace Saurav Ghosal reached his career new high of 10th as he entered the top 10 in the World rankings as per the latest PSA release. After women stars Joshna Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal have previously reached in the top 10, Ghosal became the first India male ever to do so.
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