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WSA $10k Richmond Open, Virginia, USA (16-19 Apr’14)

Chennai’s Joshana Chinappa picked up her 9th WSA World Tour title of her career defeating top seeded Rachael Grinham from Australia 11-9, 11-7, 11-9 in the final of the Richmond Open 2014, held at Virginia, USA.


Asian Junior Ranking - April 2014

NSC SRAM Series No.1, Malaysia, (24-27 Feb’14)

Home hero Ivan Yuen successfully retained his NSC SRAM Series No.1 title when he beat second seed Harinder Pal Sandhu in the final of the PSA World Tour Challenger 5 squash event at the Bukit Jalil National Squash Centre in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


SGFI Championship, Chennai (22-26 Feb’14)

The 2nd edition of the School Games Federation of India (SGFI) Squash Championships 2014 was held at the ISA, Chennai from 22 – 26 February 2014.

Participation was from six states in the Boys category – Delhi, Maharashtra, Vidhya Bharathi (Indore), Goa, Assam and Tamil Nadu while there were 4 states in the girls category – Delhi, Goa, Maharashtra and and Tamil Nadu.


French Junior Open, Lille, France (20-23 Feb’14)

Playing his 2nd international event this year and his last Boys under 13 event, 12 year old Utkarsh Baheti from Jaipur won a silver medal in French Junior Open.

Seeded 9/16 in the event, Utkarsh defeated Fabien Teyssera (Fra) 3-0, Harold Castiaux (Fra) 3-0, Jack Mitter (Eng) 3-0, Srikar Mumidi (Wal) 3-1 before going down in the finals to James Carter (Eng) 1-3.

Winter Club Open 29 Jan'14 – 2 Feb'14, Canada

World No.20 & 4th seeded Joshna Chinappa won her 8th WSA tour event defeating Heba El Torky from Egypt 11-13 11-8 11-5 3-11 12-10 in the final of the Winter Club Open, a $15,000 WSA event in the Canadian city, Winnipeg.


DSI Karnataka Open (17-19 Jan’14)

Yashwant Raghav needed 5 games to defeat training partner Navneeth Prabhu in the boys u13 category. Chaitanya Shah won the boys u15 category defeating Charaniyaselvan who had upset the 1st & 3rd seeded players in quarter and semi-finals.

Players from Tamil Nadu won 5 of the 7 titles at stake.