Senior National Championships 2006 Women / Pro

Womens – Round 2
Joshna Chinappa {TN} beat Deepti Suri {ND}  9-0 9-1 9-0
V. Anwesha Reddy {TN} beat Mansi {ND}  Walkover
Sruti Ashok {TN} beat Kudrat {CHG}  9-0 9-0 9-1
Dipika Pallikal {TN} beat Vasundhra {ND}  9-0 9-0 9-0 Read more of this post


Senior National Championships 2006 Round3/4

Men – Round 4 
Ritwik Bhattacharya {ND} beat Amjad Khan {ND}  9-1 9-4 9-1
Naresh Kumar {TN} beat Shakti Singh {SSB}  9-3 9-5 1-9 9-5
Harinder Pal Singh {TN} beat Ravi Dixit {TN}  4-9 9-0 9-4 9-1
Gaurav Nandrajog {TN} beat Shiv Diwaan {ND}  9-4 9-5 9-1
Siddharth Suchde {MAH} beat Uday Daas {ND}  9-1 9-1 9-1
Parth Sharma {TN} beat Ravi Prakesh {UP}  9-1 9-0 9-0
Parthiban Ayyapan {TN} beat Kartik Gupta {ND}  9-1 9-2 9-2
Saurav Ghosal {TN} beat Ravneet Singh {MAH}  9-3 9-3 9-3 Read more of this post

Hindustan Times article on Ramit Tandon

Teenage sensation Ramit Tandon served a warning to his senior rivals as he stormed into the third round of the national squash championship in New Delhi. Fourteen-year-old Tandon, India’s number one junior player, made light of the huge difference in age and physique to first knock-out local lad Prateek Chalia 9-3 10-8 9-2 and then overcome Harjinder Singh 9-6 10-8 9-2. “My idea was to keep them back and when the opportunity comes, to finish the stroke,” said Tandon, who has five national titles in the Under-11, -13 and -15 age categories. “Strokes are my strong point,” said the youngster who hails from Bengal and has recently shifted to Chennai to train at the ICL Academy under Dhronacharya Awardee Cyrus Poncha. Read more of this post