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Asian Squash Championship 2021: Finals for the Indian Men, Women Bow Out after Semis

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The top-seeded Indian Men’s team has now qualified for the finals of the Asian squash Team Championship. The Women’s team, on the other hand, had to bow out of the tournament after a great performance in the tournament.

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The 20th edition of the Asian squash Team Championship has been going pretty well for India till now. The tournament is being played at Kuala Lumpur, (30 Nov – 04 Dec)

Indian team at Asian the Squash Championship - KreedOn

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Men’s Semi-Final

The Indian Men’s team has reached the finals by defeating Hong Kong in the Semi-Final. The Hong Kong team were the defending champions. They ended their journey as the third seed in the tournament. 

The Men’s team defeated Hong Kong by 2-0 to reach the finals. Significant contributions by Saurav Ghosal and Ramit Tandon enabled India to secure its position in the Finals against Malaysia. This is India’s third time in the finals after 1981 and 2012.

Malaysia has reached the finals as the second-seed after defeating Japan by 2-0 in the Semi-Finals.

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Results for the Match

India won against Hong Kong by 2-0. Saurav Ghosal wins against Yip Tsz Fung. The scores were 10-12, 11-6, 11-6, 15-13 (55m).

Ramit Tandon defeated Henry Leung 4-11, 11-5, 11-8, 11-5 (37m).

Women’s Semi-Final 

The Indian Women team lost to Hong Kong in the semi-final by 2-1 after taking a lead given by Chinappa. Chinappa had won a competitive game against Liu Tsz Ling. 

Despite the lead, India lost the semi-final as Sunanya Kuruvilla and Urwashi Joshi lost their respective matches.

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Results for the Match

India loses against Hong Kong by 2-1. Joshna Chinappa beats Liu Tsz Ling. The scores were 5-11, 7-11, 5-11 (33m).

Recovery by Hong Kong as Ho Tze Lok defeats Sunanya Kuruvilla. The scores were 9-11, 7-11, 11-4, 11-8 (40m).

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