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Nandrajog,Amjad in title clash

Top seed Gaurav Nandrajog of Delhi booked his place in the men’s final of the 2009 All India Squash Open Squash Tournament...

Written by Express News Service | New Delhi |
August 26, 2009 12:45:35 am

Top seed Gaurav Nandrajog of Delhi booked his place in the men’s final of the 2009 All India Squash Open Squash Tournament with an impressive 12-10,11-7,11-1 semi-final win over Sohail Kapoor at the Kendriya Vidyalaya squash courts,RK Puram here on Tuesday.

Nandrajog,the country’s former top-ranked under-19 player,will take on state mate and second seed Amjad Khan,who beat teenager Karm Kumar 3-11 11-6 11-7 11-7.

However,its not all over for Kumar. He will play Pehlaj Bajwa from Chadigarh in the title fight in the boys under-19 category after serving up a clinical win over Vedant Issar 11-3 11-6 10-12 11-14 in the semi-finals. Bajwa though was taken the distance by Aditya Advani 12-10,4-11,9-11,11-4,11-6.

Maharashtra’s Rahil Fazilbhoy is in line for a double after entering the finals of the boy’s under-15 and under-17 age groups.

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Men’s Open (S/F): Gaurav Nandrajog (Del) bt Sohail Kapoor (Del) 12-10,11-7,11-1; Amjad Khan (Del) bt Karm Kumar (Del) 3-11,11-6,11-7,11-7; Boys U-19 (S/F): Karm Kumar(Del) bt Vedant Issar (Del) 11-3,11-6,10-12,11-4; Pehlaj Bajwa bt Aditya Advani 12-10,4-11,9-11,11-4,11-6

Boys U-19 (Q/F): Karm Kumar(Del) bt Harman Singh (Del) 11-4,11-6,11-4; Akash Moitra (Del) lost to Vedant Essar (Del) 7-11,6-11,11-13; Aditya Advani (Del) bt G.S.Sidhu (Del) 11-2,11-8,11-5; Sachit Jolly (Del.) lost to Pehlaj Bajwa (CH) 0-11,5-11,1-11

Boys U-17 (Q/F): Abhijit Malik (SK) bt Ranvijay Singh (CH) 11-5,11-1,11-9; Divij Singh (Del) bt Sajid Hussain (Dhampur) 11-8,11-7,11-8; Rahil Fazelbhoy (MH) bt Aditya Advani (Del) 16-14,13-11,11-8; Sachit Jolly (SP) lost to Pehlaj Bajwa (CH) 2-11,7-11,4-11

Boys U-15 (Q/F): Rahil Fazelbhoy (MH) bt Abhishek Kumar (Del) 11-9,10-12,11-3,11-2; Junaid Muzaffar (Dhampur) lost to Ranvijay Singh (CH) 8-11,10-12,5-11; Ranjit Singh (Dhampur) bt Hiteshwar (CH) 8-11-12-10,11-9,11-4; Yohan Pandole (MAH) lost to Divij Singh (Del) 9-11,4-11,7-11

Boys U-13 (Q/F): Yohan Pandole (MAH) bt Harsh Jain (Del) 11-2,11-3,11-6; Juned Muzaffar (Dhampur) bt Ramit Bhargawa (Del) 11-8,11-4,11-5; Vivek Bhojwani(Del) lost to Yash Bhargava (Del) 8-11,7-11,9-11; Shashank Bhandari lost to Robin Maan (Del) 3-11,4-11,6-11

Girls U-17 (Q/F): Pankhuri Malhotra (Del) bt Mehveen (Del) 11-3,11-3,11-3 Girls U-13 (Q/F): Pankhuri Malhotra (Del) bt Anshul Kashyap (Del) 11-4,11-3,11-6; Vishruti Sahni (Del) bt Tanvi Khanna (Del) 13-11,9-11,11-8,11-9 Men’s Over 35 (Q/F): Vicky Nayar (CH) bt Shammi Khorana (Del) 11-4,11-0,11-3; Rohit Nayer (Del) lost to Anil Bhagat (Del) 9-11,11-8,11-9,1-11,8-11; Kushwant Singh (CH) bt Viman Khubchand 11-9,11-5,11-8.

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