Jodhpur Open Squash Championship 2010, 19 – 23 April 2010

Finals:
Men: Siddharth Suchde beat Ritwik Bhattacharya 11-5,9-11,13-11,16-14
U-19: Ravi Dixit beat Vrishabh Kotian 3-0
U17: Vrishab Kotian beat Uttkrash Kumar 11-5,11-7,7-11,11-7
U-15: Manik Dutta beat Vijay Kumar 11-8,8-11,11-7,11-6
Over 35: Deepak Moolani beat Khangaram Choudary 11-6,11-8,11-3

Semi finals
Mens :
Siddharth Suchde beat Sandeep Jangra 11-9,11-6,11-6
Ritwik Bhattacharya beat Harinderpal Singh 11-8,11-9,8-11,11-6

U-19
Ravi Dixit beat Dheerav Moolani 11-1,11-6,11-5
Vrishabh Kotian beat Sakir 11-7,11-6,11-8

U-17
Vrishabh Kotian beat Manik Dutta 11-6,12-10,11-7
Uttkarsh Kumar beat Tushar Kothari 11-4,11-5,13-11

U-15
Manik Dutta beat Mohammed Ashraf 11-4,11-6,11-4
Vijay Kumar beat Harshit Muchhal 11-7,11-8,5-11,11-7

Over 35
Deepak Moolani beat Baljinder Singh
Khangaram Choudary beat Anil Bhansali

Quarterfinals:
UNDER -15
Manik Dutta(Indore) bt Kunj Bansal (Indore) 11-6,11-8,11-5
Mohammed Ashraf (Delhi) bt (4)Siddharth Singh (Jod) 17-19,11-5,7-11,11-5,11-7
Harshit Muchhal (Jod) bt (6)Yaduveer Singh (Indore) 7-11,9-11,11-4,11-6,13-11
Vijay Kumar (Jaipur) bt Akhilesh Yadav 11-8,11-4,11-4

UNDER – 17
(4)Manik Dutta (Indore) bt Shashi Pandey(Mum) 1-11,11-6,11-9,12-10
(3)Uttkarsh Kumar bt (6)Arjun Budhiraja (Ajmer) 11-6,11-10,4-11,11-3
(1)Vrishab Kotian (Chennai) bt (8)Harshit Muchhal (Jod) 11-4,11-1,11-3
(2)Tushar Kothari (Jod) bt (7) Vijay Kumar (Jaipur) 11-9,11-4,7-11,11-9

UNDER -19
(5)Dheerav Moolani (Pune) bt (4)Tushar Kothari (Jod) 11-9,13-11,11-7
(3)Shakir Hussain(Delhi) bt (6)Uttkarsh Kumar (Ajmer) 11-2,11-4,11-7
(2)Vrishab Kotian (Chennai) bt (7)Shashi Pandey (Mum) 12-10,11-6,11-6
(1)Ravi Dixit (Chennai) bt (8)Arjun Budhiraja (Ajmer) 11-6,11-6,11-6

MEN’S
(1)Siddharth Suchde (Mum) bt (9)Naveen Jhangra (Chennai) 11-9,11-1,1-9
(3)Ritwik Bhattacharya(Mum) bt (6)Ravi Dixit (Chennai) 11-5,11-9,11-8
(2)Harinderpal Singh(Chennai) bt (7) Vikas Jhangra (Chennai) 11-9,13- 11,12-10
(5)Sandeep Jhangra(Chennai bt (4)Gaurav Nanderjog(Delhi) 5-11, 10-12, 11-9, 13-11, 15-13

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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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