Doha Diary 3

Maj Maniam, Cyrus, Saurav, Mr. N. Ramachandran, S. SrivatsanI  am thrilled that India has won a medal for squash at the Asian Games. Four years ago Ritwik was very close to winning a medal when he had stretched Azlan to 5 games. It is unfortunate this time round my boys had to play each other. Ritwik was unlucky not to go thru,  Saurav took his chances well and reaped the reward. Credit for Saurav’s win must go to his parents, the Squash Rackets Federation of India (SRFI) who has supported him over the past few years, the management and coaches of the India Cements Squash Academy who have always stood behind him and Malcolm Willstrop who has worked very closely with Saurav for the past 18 months.

NISHIO Mami (JPN) vs MAK Pui Hin (HKG) 0 3
WEE Sharon Ee Lin (MAS) vs MATSUI Chinatsu (JPN) 3 0
WONG Wai Hang (HKG) vs ZAMAN Mansoor (PAK) 0 3
BHATTACHARYA Ritwik (IND) vs GHOSAL Saurav (IND) 1 3
CHINAPPA Joshana (IND) vs CHIU Wing Yin (HKG) 0 3
DAVID Nicol Ann (MAS) vs PARK Eun Ok (KOR) 3 0
AL RAMEZI Ali Bader (KUW) vs ONG Beng Hee (MAS) 0 3
ISKANDER Mohd Azlan (MAS) vs KHAN Amir Atlas (PAK) 3 0


About Cyrus Poncha
I was born and lived in Bombay before moving to Chennai in 2001 to coach the Indian national squash team....what a journey its been!!

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