India No. 1 Dipika Pallikal and Asian Games gold medallist Harinder Pal Sandhu made it a memorable day for India at the third leg of the JSW Indian Squash Challenger Circuit 2014 in Mumbai. This is the first WSA title of the year for the golden girl of Indian squash while Sandhu captured his second
So the tiring effects of the Asian Games finally took their toll on Saurav Ghosal , but just as in the Asiad team finals, one expects Saurav Ghosal to come back strongly and produce better performances in the next set of events.
The day I lost I was completely heartbroken.
But then I knew that the team event was starting and India needed me to play at least close to my best. The guys in my team had worked really hard to put us in a position where we had a genuine chance of winning the Asian Games. So it was very important for me and that’s what drove me on. I just couldn’t let those guys down as they had done so much ..
Indian Squash stars met with success at the Asian games. There was redemption for Saurav Ghosal who missed the individual gold but came back strongly,in the team events to help India to a team gold. The 2014 Commonwealth Games had given enough evidence that Indian squash is currently on a high and the Incheon Asian
Revenge is always sweet and even more so if it gives you a magnificent opportunity to win a gold medal! Saurav Ghosal, the Asia No. 1 and World No. 16 can vouch for that. It was a painful, heart-breaking loss in the singles gold medal match just a few days ago at the Yeorumul Squash
It was a moment that would haunt the World No. 16 Saurav Ghosal forever. Leading by 2 games and 12-11 he had a point, a single point that would stay in memory forever. Saurav Ghosal, the Asia No. 1 and top seed at the Asian Games had set his eyes on the gold medal in
It was left on the able shoulders of Asia No. 1 in Squash, Saurav Ghosal to bring some cheer to the Indian camp. The World No. 16 duly delivered as he booked his place into the Asiad men’s singles squash final
Day 2 of the Asian Games saw Saurav Ghosal and Dipika Pallikal book their berths in the semi-finals
India has been assured of a first-ever medal in women’s singles squash after the country’s top two players Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa set up a showdown in the quarter-finals. World No. 21 and India No. 2 Joshna Chinappa entered the last eight by winning her match convincingly 11-9 11-7 11-7 against 183rd ranked South
A Memorable Summer : It’s been a memorable summer for Indian squash. A sport that had a very good talent reserve in the country but very less popularity, burst into the spotlight as Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa clinched a historic women’s doubles gold at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. On the men’s side, Saurav Ghosal