Chandigarh left-arm spinner Gurinder Singh has been phenomenal with his performance in the last couple of years. A total of 17 wickets and 25-odd runs in four matches for Punjab A in the (U-25) national tournament last season and Gurinder Singh proved himself as a utility player.
After the local lads' ouster and the withdrawal of city favourite Sanam Singh from the tournament,the hopes of the local fans was pinned on Vijayant Malik,a former CHART trainee,who is still alive and kicking in the $ 15,000 ITF men's futures tennis tournament being played at the CLTA Stadium in Sector 10.
On Wednesday,during the men's semi-final encounters,there won't be any seeded player who will stake his claim for the title,as seeded players fell in what was a day of major upset in the HTA-AITA Rs 1.5 lakh prize money tennis tournament being held at Harvest Tennis Academy in Jassowal,Ludhiana,on Tuesday.
A five-wicket haul by Gurinder Singh (5 for 60) helped Punjab draw the match with Himachal Pradesh but they earned three points on the basis of the first innings' lead,on the concluding day of the Col CK Nayudu Cricket Trophy at the Dhruv Pandove Cricket Stadium,on Monday.
Left-arm spinner Gurinder Singh bowled impressively to scalp four wickets to enable Punjab Cricket Club (PCC) to record their first win (by 52 runs) against Maruti Suzuki XI in the on going 19th All India JP Atray cricket tournament being played for Pearls Trophy in a match at the PCA Stadium in Mohali on Wednesday.