World No.1 and defending champion Nicol David outclassed India`s Joshna Chinappa in the first round of the AllamBritish Open Squash Championships here on Tuesday.The Malaysian squash great took 30 minutes to get past her 26thranked opponent 11-4, 11-5, 11-4 ... Asia Net India, 1 day ago
World No.1 Nicol David too hot for Joshna Chinappa - Times of India, 1 day ago
Saurav, Joshna start with a bang - Times of India, 2 days ago
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Joshna Chinappa | EPS When you hear that possessing arms is a privilege that a person in the Kodava community is born with, you cannot help but look at them in wonder. However, for them it is a way of life, something that is a part and parcel of ...New Indian Express, 1 month ago
KUALA LUMPUR: India's Joshna Chinappa (pic) was once tipped to be a potential world class player but an unfortunate anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury two years ago has halted her progress. The lanky Chennai native, however, managed to hang in ...TheStar.com.my, 1 month ago
KUALA LUMPUR -- World No. 1 Datuk Nicol David is the only Malaysian player still in the running in the 2013 British Open squash championship being held at Pontefract in West Yorkshire, England. Three other Malaysians, Delia Arnold, Low Wee Wern and ...New Straits Times, 1 day ago Nicol only M'sian still in the running in British open squash Borneo Post Online, 1 day ago
PETALING JAYA: World No. 7 Low Wee Werns dream of playing in Hull Citys KC Stadium was dashed after she crashed out in the first round of the British Open squash championships at Pontefract. The national No. 2 suffered a rude shock when Englands ...TheStar.com.my, 1 day ago
NEW DELHI, India Top Indian squash players including Dipika Pallikal and Saurav Ghosal have decided not to take part in the Asian Championships in Islamabad beginning May 1, citing the current security situation in Pakistan. Ghosal and Dipilka told ...India-West, 4 weeks ago Indian squash players shun Asian Championships in Pakistan Times of India, 4 weeks ago Top Indian squash players reluctant to tour Pakistan Times of India, 4 weeks ago Indian players unlikely to play in Asian meet The Hindu, 1 month ago
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There are only a handful of Kodava families in Chennai; at any point in time, their numbers were between 150 and 200 families. With a diverse culture and beliefs that bear little resemblance to any other community in India, the Kodavas of Chennai ...New Indian Express, 1 month ago
KUALA LUMPUR: Newly-wed Joelle King was one of the breakout stars in squash last year with a series of impressive performances. The Kiwi No. 1 won the Macau Open and made the finals of the Texas Open, Matamata Open and the China Open. King would go ...TheStar.com.my, 1 month ago
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