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newssquash8 months ago

77th Senior National Squash Championship | Tournament begins from February 9, announces Squash India

Tamil Nadu Squash Rackets Association under the aegis of the Squash Racker Federation of India announced that the 77th Senior National Squash Championship is to be hosted in Chennai at the Indian Squash Academy from February 9th and goes till the 15th. The series returns to Chennai after nine years.
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newssquasha year ago

Joshna Chinappa bows out of Women’s World Squash Championship

India’s ace squash player Joshna Chinappa has lost her pre-quarterfinal match at the ongoing PSA Women’s World Squash Championship in Cairo, Egypt. The 12th seed Indian squash player went down fighting against local favourite Nour El Sherbini in the round of 16 of the global event.
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newssquasha year 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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newssquasha year ago

Joshna Chinappa bows out of US Open squash in round 3

Indian female squash player Joshna Chinappa has lost her third-round game of the US Open Squash tournament and crashed out of the tournament being played in Philadelphia, USA. The Indian’s campaign at the world tour platinum event ended on Tuesday as she lost against the USA’s Amanda Sobhy.
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newssquasha year ago

Oracle Netsuite women's squash Open | Joshna Chinappa upsets Joelle King to secure semi-final berth

Joshna Chinappa has made a big impact with an 11-9, 6-11, 11-3 upset win over fourth seeded Joelle King for a place in the semi-final of the Oracle Netsuite Open, a world tour gold event here late on Friday. She had an easy 11-7, 6-11, 11-6 win over Melissa Alves for a place in the quarters.
Press Release
newssquasha year ago

Senior National Squash Championship | Mahesh Mangaonkar, Joshna Chinappa get top seeds

Maharashtra’s Mahesh Mangaonkar and Tamil Nadu’s Joshna Chinappa have been given the top seeds in the men’s and women’s categories respectively at the 76th Senior National Squash Championship. The National Championship will be played from Thursday in Pune with some top players taking the court.
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newssquasha year ago

Would be good to have a coach with us on pro tour, says Joshna Chinappa

India’s squash ace Joshna Chinappa has stated that the Indian contingent would be greatly aided if they get an experienced coach to travel with them on the pro tour and work with the juniors and seniors. She has also called for better infrastructure and TV time for the sport for it to flourish.
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reportsquasha year ago

British Open Squash | Joshna Chinappa bows out in quarter-final

Joshna Chinappa went down 11-6, 9-11, 11-5, 11-8 to local favourite Sarah-Jane Perry in the quarter-final to get knocked out of the tournament. The Indian had earlier defeated England’s Millie Tomlinson in straight sets in the second round of the tournament to make it to the quarters.
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reportsquasha year ago

British Open Squash | Joshna Chinappa beats Millie Tomlinson to reach Round of 16 while Saurav Ghosal bows out

Joshna Chinappa pulled off an impressive victory against England’s Millie Tomlinson in straight sets to proceed to the third round of the British Open squash championships. However, compatriot Saurav Ghoshal faltered in the second round as he went down fighting to Karim Abdel Gawad.
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newssquasha year 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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