Indian males lose to Thailand, fail to qualify for semifinals
The Indian males didn’t qualify for the semifinals of the Asia-Oceania blind soccer championship after a 0-2 loss to Thailand on the United Sports activities Centre, Kakkanad in Kochi on Wednesday.
India completed its marketing campaign with one win, one draw and two losses in Group ‘A’. China and Thailand took the semifinal spots from Group ‘A’ whereas Japan and Iran made the grade from Group ‘B’.
The 4 semifinalists routinely qualify for subsequent 12 months’s World championships in Birmingham. India will now seek for different routes, together with the inter-continental occasion, to qualify for the World championship.
The outcome (league): Thailand 2 (Bancha Munphet 9, Wanchana Pradapsri 28) bt India 0.
– Stan Rayan
The Union Sports activities Ministry has determined to fund two abroad publicity journeys of distinguished wrestlers Vinesh Phogat and Bajrang Punia underneath the Goal Olympic Podium Scheme (TOPS).
Whereas double World championships bronze medallist Vinesh is attending a high-altitude coaching camp in Belmeken, Bulgaria, Olympics bronze medallist and a number of Worlds medallist Bajrang is all set to compete within the Invoice Farrell Memorial Worldwide occasion in New York on November 18 and 19.
Vinesh, accompanied by her physio Ashwini Patil, is coaching underneath former Olympic silver medallist Serafim Barzakov on the 19-day camp, which started on November 7. The camp would come with high wrestlers reminiscent of 2021 Worlds gold medallist Bilyana Dudova and 2020 Olympic bronze medallist Evelina Nikolova amongst others.
Bajrang will get an opportunity to compete towards a number of the distinguished and up-and-coming American wrestlers within the New York occasion.
– Y.B. Sarangi
India continues golden run at fifteenth Asian airgun meet
New Delhi: Rhythm Sangwan beat compatriot Palak Ghulia 16-8 for the gold in girls’s air pistol within the fifteenth Asian Airgun championship in Daegu, Korea, on Wednesday.
Each the shooters stepped it up within the second stage of qualification after modest scores within the first section, to outwit the significantly better scoring Koreans. Kim Bomi who shot 588 in qualification completed fourth behind compatriot Kim Jangmi.
Actually, India continued its domination and swept all of the 4 gold medals on the day. Olympian Manu Bhaker pipped qualification topper Esha Singh (578) 17-15 for the junior girls’s gold.
The Indian males’s and junior males’s groups additionally gained the gold medals to swell the gold assortment.
The boys’s group did need to be at its preventing finest because it prevailed 16-14 over host Korea, after dominant fare within the first two phases.
Ladies: 1. Rhythm Sangwan 16 (251.0) 573; 2. Palak Ghulia 8 (252.6) 577; 3. Kim Jangmi (Kor) 248.5 (578); 10. Yuvika Tomar 569.
Junior girls: 1. Manu Bhaker 17 (247.6) 577; 2. Esha Singh 15 (248.5) 578; 3. Kim Minseo (Kor) 246.2 (576); 12. Shikha Narwal 141.6 (567).
Males’s group: 1. India (Naveen, Vijayveer Sidhu, Shiva Narwal) 16 (578) 880; 2. Korea (Park DAehun, Lee Daemyung, Mok Jin Mun) 14 (573) 874; 3. Vienam 17 (572) 861; 4. Indonesia 15 (571) 859.
Junior males’s group: 1. India (Varun Tomar, Sagar DAngi, Samrat Rana) 16 (581) 871; 2. Uzbekistan (Ilkhombek Obidjonov, Mukhammad Kamalov, Nuriddin Nuriddinov) 2 (755) 849; 3. Korea 17 (569) 849; 4. Indonesia 7 (568) 847.
ITF males’s event
Qualifier Kazuki NIshiwaki of Japan beat fifth seed Manish Sureshkumar 7-6(3), 6-2 within the first spherical of the $25,000 ITF males’s tennis event on the MSLTA Complicated on Wednesday.
Former nationwide champion Siddharth Vishwakarma acquired previous third seed Vladyslav Orlov of Ukraine. Siddharth led 5-3 when Orlov retired. He’ll play qualifier Faisal Qamar within the second spherical.
Unranked Sandesh Kurale capitalised on the wild card and beat qualifier Rishi Reddy in straight units, to arrange a second spherical
towards high seed Oliver Crawford of USA.
Singles (first spherical): Oliver Crawford (USA) bt Aryan Shah 6-0, 6-3; Sandesh Kurale bt Rishi Reddy 6-3, 6-4; Niki Poonacha bt Vishnu Vardhan 6-3, 6-3; Arthur Weber (Fra) bt Ryotaro Matsumura (Jpn) 6-0, 6-0; Dominik Palan (Cze) bt Ishaque Eqbal 6-3, 4-6, 6-4; Kazuki Nishiwaki (Jpn) bt Manish Sureshkumar 7-6(3), 6-2; Faisal Qamar bt Raghav Jaisinghani 3-6, 6-4, 6-3; Sidharth Vishwakarma bt Vladyslav Orlov 9Ukr) 5-3 (retired); Sidharth Rawat bt Madhwin Kamath 6-3, 7-6); Bharath Kumaran bt Chirag Duhan 6-3, 2-6, 6-2; Ivan Denisov (Rus) bt Ben Patael (Isr) 6-1, 4-3 (retired).
Doubles (pre-quarterfinals): Gunjan Jadhav & Lakshit Sood bt Joao Marcos Nusdeo (Bra) & Abhinav Sanjeev Shanmugam 6-3, 6-4; Bekhan Atlangeriev & Ivan Denisov (Rus bt Oges Theyjo & Madhwin Kamath 6-7(5), 6-3, [12-10]; Rishab Agarwal & Sai Karteek Reddy Ganta bt Ajay Malik & Chandril Sood 6-4, 6-2; Rithvik Bollipalli & Niki Poonacha bt Shahbaaz Khan & Sidharth Rawat 6-3, 6-1.
– Kamesh Srinivasan
Ramkumar and Arjun Kadhe in quarterfinals
Arjun Kadhe and ARamkumar Ramanathan beat Sho Shimbukuro and Yosuke Watanuki of Japan 3-6, 6-3, [10-8] within the doubles pre-quarterfinals of the $53,120 Challenger tennis event in Kobe, Japan, on Wednesday.
$53,120 Challenger, Kobe, Japan
Doubles (pre-quarterfinals): Arjun Kadhe & Ramkumar Ramanathan bt Sho Shimabukuro & Yosuke Watanuki (Jpn) 3-6, 6-3, [10-8].
$60,000 ITF girls, Tokyo, Japan
Singles (first spherical): Naho Sato (Jpn) bt Rutuja Bhosale 7-6(2), 6-3.
$25,000 ITF girls, Traralgon, Australia
Singles (first spherical): Ankita Raina bt Lily Fairclough (Aus) 6-3, 6-1.
$25,000 ITF girls, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt
Singles (first spherical): Bai Zhuoxuan (Chn) bt Sowjanya Bavisetti 3-1 (retired);
$15,000 ITF girls, Monastir, Tunisia
Doubles (pre-quarterfinals): Chia Yi Tsao & Fang-Hsien Wu (Tpe) btKarina Jumazhanova (Kaz) & Saumya Vig 6-0, 6-0.
$15,000 ITF girls, Nairobi, Kenya
Singles (first spherical): Akua Hansen (Ger) bt Mahrukh Kokni 7-6(6), 3-6, 6-2; Celine Simunyu (Irl) bt Sravya Shivani 3-6, 6-2, 6-1; Angela Okutoyi (Ken) bt Sharanya Shetty 6-0, 6-0; Sharmada Balu bt Katarina Karanja (Ken) 6-1, 6-1.
$25,000 UTR Professional, Dubai, UAE
Group-C: Denisa Pospisilova (Cze) bt Sai Samhitha 6-7(7), 6-4, 6-4; Agustina Chilpac (Arg) bt Sai 6-2, 4-6, 7-6(5).
– Kamesh Srinivasan
Indians face powerful draw at Asian Cup desk tennis
Desk tennis legend Achanta Sharath Kamal and top-ranked Indian G Sathiyan could have their job lower out as they face a troublesome draw on the ITTF-ATTU Asian Cup Match starting Thursday in Bangkok.
World No. 44 Sharath Kamal, who is ready to obtain the Main Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna Award, will run into Chinese language Taipei’s Chuang Chih-Yuan, ranked No. 16, whereas world No. 39 Sathiyan will open towards Twenty sixth-ranked Yukiya Uda from Japan.
World No. 44, Manika Batra would be the lone Indian girl competitor within the USD 200,000 prize cash occasion and she or he will probably be up towards Chinese language Chen Xingtong, ranked world No. 7 and seeded No. 3, within the opening spherical on the Hua Mak Indoor Stadium.
The boys’s and ladies’s singles occasion of the thirty third version of the occasion, held in a direct knockout format for the primary time, has the highest 16 Asian gamers, together with No. 1 seed Wang Chuqin and Lin Gaoyuan from China, seeded No. 3 and two robust Japanese contenders in No. 2 seed Tomokazu Harimoto and Yukiya Uda.
Each Sathiyan and Sharath achieved sixth positions — to this point their finest end — within the 2019 version in Yokohama and the 2015 version in Jaipur, respectively.
Sharath has been in good kind this 12 months, having claimed three gold medals within the Commonwealth Video games, whereas Sathiyan too was a part of the gold-medal successful males’s group in Birmingham, the place he additionally picked up a silver in males’s doubles and bronze in singles.
Beginner Avani Prashanth holds 5-shot lead within the fifteenth Leg of Hero WPGT
Avani Prashanth put herself within the driver’s seat with an excellent four-under 68 on the primary day of the fifteenth Leg of the Hero Ladies’s Professional Golf Tour on the Chandigarh Golf Membership on Wednesday.
After a bogey free four-under entrance 9, Avani had two bogeys and two birdies on the again 9 for the day’s solely underneath par spherical.
The 16-year-old Avani, a two-time winner in 2021 on the professional circuit, birdied second after which picked up photographs three in a row from fourth to sixth and later had birdies on the twelfth and thirteenth. The dropped photographs got here on tenth and fifteenth.
Avani, who has had a busy worldwide season this 12 months, is now 5 photographs away from eight gamers who’re tied at 1-over 73.
The pack of eight consists of final week’s winner Ridhima Dilawari and two amateurs, Heena Kang and Jia Kataria. The others are Siddhi Kapoor, Rhea Purvi Saravanan, Anisha Agarwalla and Lakhmehar Pardesi.
Gaurika Bishnoi, who started with a double bogey and a bogey on the primary two holes, completed with 74 and was tied ninth alongside Hitaashee Bakshi.
Amongst different distinguished names, Sneha Singh (77) was tied thirteenth, Neha Tripathi and Seher Atwal have been tied nineteenth with 78 and Afshan Fatima, runner-up final week, was twenty third with a spherical of 79.
In 2021, Avani gained the third and the eleventh Legs at BPGC, Mumbai and Panchkula Golf Membership on the Hero WPG Tour. She was additionally runner-up on the seventh leg in DLF, Gurugram and the tenth leg on the identical Chandigarh Golf Membership.
Defending champ Yuvraj shoots 63 to guide in Digboi occasion
Defending champion Yuvraj Singh Sandhu blazed his option to a scintillating nine-under 63 within the opening spherical to take the early lead on the IndianOil SERVO Masters golf championship on Wednesday.
Sri Lankan Anura Rohana, who made two chip-ins on day one, returned an eight-under 64 to be positioned second on the Rs. 75 lakh occasion.
Delhi’s Kshitij Naveed Kaul was third at 65, whereas Higher Noida’s Arjun Sharma was an extra shot again in fourth on the Digboi Golf Links.
Chandigarh’s Yuvraj, the 2022 PGTI Order of Advantage chief and a winner of 4 titles this season, had a whirlwind begin with three birdies on the primary 4 holes.
A bogey and birdie on the fifth and ninth respectively meant that he made the flip at three-under.
The 25-year-old Sandhu’s birdie on the eleventh acquired him again within the groove as he picked up 5 extra birdies thereafter, touchdown it near the pin constantly. He drove the par-4 14th inexperienced to arrange a two-putt birdie there.
“I’m feeling slightly nostalgic coming again to the venue the place I gained my first PGTI occasion final 12 months. I’m enjoying on these good recollections. This 12 months the climate is even higher and that makes the enjoying expertise right here at Digboi that rather more particular,” Yuvraj mentioned.
“The stretch of birdies from the eleventh onwards was the spotlight right now. After a superb begin, I had a quiet few holes however then on the back-nine I stored telling myself to hit most greens in regulation. With that thought I began hitting the ball actually shut and acquired on a birdie run.
“I had a complete of 16 greens in regulation right now and due to my good ball-striking the longest putt I made was 15 ft.” Rohan Dhole Patil of Pune started the week with a hole-in-one on the tenth. He put collectively a 67 to be positioned tied fifth together with Kolkata’s Divyanshu Bajaj.
Among the many distinguished names, Khalin Joshi shot a 69 to be tied thirteenth, whereas Udayan Mane and Manu Gandas carded 70s to be tied nineteenth.
Among the many native professionals, Deven Bhumij was tied thirty second at 71, whereas Dulal Kalowar and Deepraj Chetia have been each tied forty fourth at 72.
Deepak, Vanshaj off to flying begins at Youth World Boxing C’ships
Asian youth medallists Deepak and Vanshaj made successful begins to their campaigns on the opening day of the IBA Youth males’s and ladies’s World Boxing Championships in La Nucia, Spain.
After Vishwanath Suresh opened India’s marketing campaign with a powerful win earlier within the day, Deepak (75kg) got here out all weapons blazing and took simply over a minute to beat his Albanian opponent Useid Nika with the ‘Referee Stops Contest’ verdict. Vanshaj, alternatively, additionally started in related trend and appeared in full management towards Uzbekistan’s Boltaev Shavkatjon within the 63.5kg opening spherical match.
His dominating show all through the competition made all 5 judges vote in his favour as he registered a powerful 5-0 win.
Haryana boys Vanshaj and Deepak had clinched gold and bronze medals respectively within the ASBC Asian Youth Boxing Championships, held in Jordan earlier this 12 months.
5 Indians, together with two males, will start their problem on the second day of the celebrated championships.
Whereas Lashu Yadav (70kg) and Pranjal Yadav (81kg) will play their round-of-16 matches towards Poland’s Marta Czerwinska and Uzbekistan’s Oltinoy Sotimboeva respectively, Preeti Dahiya (57kg) will tackle Colombia’s Claudia Daniela within the Spherical-of-32.
Within the males’s part, Ashish will face Iran’s Nima Bayati in round-of-32 whereas Harsh will probably be up towards Hungary’s Levente Olah within the 60kg Spherical-of-64.
Indian boxers produced a historic present within the final version of the championships after they bagged 11 medals, together with eight gold.
This 12 months’s 25-member contingent consists of 13 males and 12 girls pugilists.
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Publish date: 2022-11-16 21:03:29
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