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ITF Tennis

Egypt Open    :- Haadin, Bhuvana plays in Rd 2

                             Kunal/ Anvit, Chandril/ Lakshit, Haadin/ Arpit plays in QF

Indonesia Open :- Sasi, Rishab, Siddharth plays in Rd 2

                              Rishab/ Siddharth plays in QF

Qatar Open     :- Ramkumar plays in QF

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Squash Women's World Team Championships

India:IND 1 - 2 :NZL New Zealand in the 3rd Match of the group stages

 

India knocked out of the Top 8

 

 

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Our junior hockey team has won all three of the group stage matches, to top the group and qualify for the Quarter Finals of the ongoing Hockey Junior World Cup. We will face Spain in the quarters. 

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On 12/12/2016 at 20:24, Dolby said:

Our junior hockey team has won all three of the group stage matches, to top the group and qualify for the Quarter Finals of the ongoing Hockey Junior World Cup. We will face Spain in the quarters. 

In a memorable performance, we came from behind to defeat Spain in the quarters and qualify for the Semi Finals. :clap:Next :AUS :fingers:

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20 hours ago, Dolby said:

In a memorable performance, we came from behind to defeat Spain in the quarters and qualify for the Semi Finals. :clap:Next :AUS :fingers:

What a performance in Shoot-out by India :bowdown: We reach the finals of the Junior World Cup by defeating :AUS. Next :BEL 

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PV Sindhu qualfies for the Semifinals of SuperSeries Finals :clap:

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PV Sindhu looses in the SF of the SuperSeries Finals.

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Vijender retains his WBO Asia- Pacific title in a 3rd Rd KO taking his count to 8 - 0.

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India play Belgium in the finals of the Junior hockey world Cup .

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BWF Ranking

Men's Singles     :- Srikanth  - 13

                                   Ajay        - 19

                                        Prannoy    - 29

                                   Sameer    - 33

                                   Praneeth  - 37

                                   Sourabh   - 43

Women's Singles  :- Saina        - 9

                                   Sindhu     - 10

                                   Shivani Gadde -58

                                   Tanvi Lad  - 60

Men's Doubles    :- Manu /Sumeeth  - 21

                                   Pranaav /Akshay  -36

Mixed Doubles    :-  Pranaav / Sikki    - 16

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2017 LALLA AICHA TOUR SCHOOL FINAL QUALIFYING

 

T1 Amandeep Drall

T12 Neha

T25 Vani, Saaniya

 

Players who finish in the top 30 and ties will earn Ladies European Tour Membership in category 8 for 2017, while those that finish from positions 31st to 60th and ties after the cut will earn Membership in Category 9b.

 

 

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This is the report in the Ladies European Tour Website

 

THE ADITI EFFECT

Last year, there were two Indian players in the field: Aditi Ashok and Neha Tripathi. Aditi went on to win the Final Stage by three strokes with a five-round total score of 337, 23-under-par, which included a third round of 62 and became the first Indian player to win on the LET at the age of 17. Aditi was recently crowned as the LET’s Rookie of the Year for 2016 following a sensational season which included back-to-back tournament victories at the Hero Women’s Indian Open and Qatar Ladies Open. She finished second on the LET Order of Merit in the year that she also represented India in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games as a Rookie.

This year, Neha Tripathi has returned and will compete as part of the field along with compatriots Gaurika Bishnoi, Amandeep Drall, Vani Kapoor, Sharmila Nicollet, Anisha Padukone and Saaniya Sharma as part of the largest Indian contingent ever to play in a tournament on the LET outside India, demonstrating golf’s growth in popularity in the country.

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