14th Asian Junior Champs – Individual Results

Dipika lost out in a very close 5 set match at the finals of the 14th Asian Junior championship against Low Wee Wern from Malaysia. It was a double for the Malaysians as Ivan Yuen defeated top seed Leo Au in four games. In the boys both Aditya & Ravi won a bronze medal by virtue of their semi final finish.

Boys –  FINAL                                                        

2* Ivan Yuen {MAS} beat 1* Leo Au {HKG}  11-6 6-11 11-8 11-4 {56m}

Boys – Semi-Final                                                                           

1* Leo Au {HKG} beat 5/8* Ravi Dixit {IND}  13-11 11-3 11-6 {39m}            

2* Ivan Yuen {MAS} beat 3/4* Adtiya Japtap {IND}  11-5 11-5 11-9 {27m}                  

Boys – Quarter-Final                                                                       

1* Leo Au {HKG} beat 5/8* Ng Jo Wen {MAS}  11-7 11-5 11-9 {26m}

5/8* Ravi Dixit {IND} beat 3/4* Kamran Khan {MAS}  5-11 11-8 11-6 11-9 {54m} 

3/4* Adtiya Japtap {IND} beat 5/8* Nelson Chan {HKG}  11-9 12-10 6-11 11-6 {51m} 

2* Ivan Yuen {MAS} beat 5/8* Karan Malik {IND}  11-6 11-7 12-10 {29m}  

Girls –  FINAL                                                                          

1* Low Wee Wern {MAS} beat 2* Dipika Pallikal {IND}  11-5 8-11 11-9 9-11 12-10 {49m}    

Girls – Semi-Final                                                                       

1* Low Wee Wern {MAS} beat 5/8* Liu Tsz Ling {HKG}  11-8 11-7 11-5 {23m}                 

2* Dipika Pallikal {IND} beat 3/4* Song Sung-Mi {KOR}  11-6 11-4 13-11 {31m}

Girls – Quarter-Final                                                                       

1* Low Wee Wern {MAS} beat 5/8* Lee Ka Man {HKG}  11-5 11-6 11-13 11-2 {34m}                    

5/8* Liu Tsz Ling {HKG} beat 3/4* Tong Tsz Wing {HKG}  6-11 12-10 10-12 11-4 11-8 {49m}     

3/4* Song Sung-Mi {KOR} beat 9/12* Rachael Goh {MAS}  14-12 7-11 11-3 11-5 {38m}        

2* Dipika Pallikal {IND} beat 5/8* Low Wee Nee {MAS}  11-1 11-1 11-8 {19m}

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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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