Results/Photos/Match Report - Semi Final | 2019 CCI International JSW Indian Squash Circuit Match report by: Sachika Irshwin Balvani | Photos by: Nitesh Square  Tarek Momen (EGY) beat Ramit Tandon (IND) | 11-7, 11-7, 11-7 | 39 mins In the first semi-final of the day, we saw the sole Indian left in the tournament, Ramit Tandon, take on Egyptian World Number 4 Tarek Momen. Thus far, Ramit has done very well, having beaten Joshua Masters in the first round and Top 20 player T
Match report by: Sachika Irshwin Balvani | Photos by: Nitesh Square 18:00 | Tarek Momen (EGY) beat Iker Pajares Bernabeu (ESP) | 11-8, 11-9, 8-11, 11-7 | 65 mins MOMEN/PAJARES Just as the sun set, the world #4 took to the Glass Court here at the Cricket Club of India, up against Spanish world #67, Iker Pajares. After having managed to pull off the upset of his career yesterday against seventh seed Nicolas Müller, Pajares looked determined to bring back the same energy and qua
Match report by Sachika Irshwin Balvani | Photos by Nitesh Square Court 3 | 16:00 Youssef Ibrahim (EGY) beat Peter Creed (WAL) | 11-8, 11-13, 11-8, 11-6 | 47 mins
No stranger to the CCI courts, Welshman Peter Creed took the lead in the first game
against Egypt’s Youssef Ibrahim, going up 5-3. He used a lot of variation in terms of
both shots and pace to outplay Ibrahim. However, the Egyptian did well to stay with
Creed, bringing the score level to 8 all. Sending Creed o
MUMBAI: 07th Jan, 2019: After the huge success of its earlier editions, the Indian Squash Circuit is back with BIG players and B-I-G-G-E-R action starting TOMORROW as it presents the CCI International JSW Indian Squash Circuit 2019 at the prestigious Cricket Club of India, (East Lawns), Mumbai from 8th - 12th Jan. In what promises to be a visual delight once again, the spectacular all-glass court - Thunderdome, has been erected at the CCI lawns. Earlier, such courts have been
This was supposed to be the most entertaining fixture of the night and large numbers of local players swarmed the courts in anticipation of a match up that was a repeat of the semi finals at the Indian Nationals earlier this year.
It wasn't meant to be - Harinder who was clearly feeling his back during his laboured five game win yesterday couldn't take the court. A series of Physio sessions over the last 18 hours wasn't enough and he had to pull out without hitting a ball.
MATCH 3: Joel Makin (WAL) beat 3-1 Addeen Idrakie (MAS) 11-2, 11-1, 1-11, 11-3 (43 mins) The Welshman opened impressively as he dominated proceedings in the first two games. It seemed like he was in for an early night before the Malaysian responded to take a 6-0 lead. Idrakie kept the foot on the accelerator as he stemmed the tide by taking the third 11-1.
With the wake up call Joel took charge again in the 4th as he led 7-2. And then 9-2 before Idrakie pulled one back. At
MATCH 2: Ivan Yuen (MAS) beat 3-0 Youssef Soliman (EGY) 11-7, 11-4, 11-9 (50 mins) This one promised much but ended up as an anti climax. The gifted Egyptian has been to Mumbai before and familiar with the conditions. His attacking style is attractive but the crowd saw only glimpses of his obvious ability.
Ivan, also an attacking player was consistent and precise and after 7-7 in the first , ensured that he was firmly in the driver's seat. He plays Saurav tomorrow. #IvanYue
MATCH 1: Jaymie Haycocks (ENG) beat 3-0 Christopher Binnie (JAM) 11-6, 11-7, 11-4 (32 mins) The Englishman was solid in his straight game win over Christopher Binnie who started well before the greater consistency from Haycocks kept drawing errors.
The reward for Haycocks was a Main Draw place against Nicolas Mueller. #IndiaSquash #IndianSquash #IndianSquashCircuit #Squash #CCIInternational #JSW #JSWSports #Mumbai #Sports #Fitness #JaymieHaycock #ChristopherBinnie #England
The curtain came down on the opening events of the JSW Indian Squash Circuit 2016 at the Otters courts this evening.
(1) Iker Pajares Bernabeu (ESP) bt (2) Edmon Lopez (ESP) 3-0: 11-3, 11-9, 11-3 (27 mins)
The two Spaniard's who are good friends off the court contested the Men's Final. Bernabeu had a lot in the tank as he strolled to a straight games win over Lopez who had his moments briefly towards the end of the second. Bernabeu was far too accurate and composed and com