British Junior squash Open: 20 Indians to participate

The Indian junior talent will be mingling with some of the best in the world and to that extent this event gives a projection of the stars of the future.

Joshna Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal have won titles at the British Junior Open.   -  V. Ganesan

A group of 20 Indians will travel to London for the British Junior Open squash tournament scheduled from January 2 to 6.

Two Indians particularly have pleasant memories of the prestigious event — Joshna Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal, who won titles there.

The Indian junior talent will be mingling with some of the best in the world and to that extent this event gives a projection of the stars of the future.

The Indian participants are:

Boys U-19: Velavan Senthilkumar, Ranjit Singh, Sandeep Ramachandran, Siddarth Chaudhary;

Boys U-17: Aditya Raghavan, Aryanam Adik, Yash Bhargava;

Boys U-15: Tushar Shahani, Veer Chotrani, Yash Fadte, Saksham Chaudhary;

Boys U-13: Neel Joshi, Kanhav Nanavati, Shreyas Mehta.

Girls U-19: Harshit Kaur Jawanda;

Girls U-17: Akanksha Salunkhe, Sunayna Kuruvilla, Ashita Pranaya Bhengra;

Girls U-15: Navmi Sharma;

Girls U-13: Ananya Dabke.