AISHWARYA AGARWAL of Indore has left for Australia to take part in the Asian Junior Masters tennis tournament to be held in Melbourne.
Eight players from Asian countries have been selected for the tournament. Out of eight, five are from India, two are from Korea and one from Sri Lanka.
Aishwarya has beaten all the other players. The tournament will be held from January 1 to 5. Aishwarya will take part in the local tournament in Sydney from January 7. She will play against Australian national junior team. After her busy schedule, she will be watching Australian Open to be held in Melbourne.
Indore Tennis Club secretary Anil Dhuper, B S Chhabra, Emerald Heights International School director Muktesh Singh and finance corporation MD Smita coaches Sajid Lodi and Irfhan Khan have wished her good luck.
Rohit stars in Raman Club’s win
ALL-ROUND display by Rohit Ranve helped Raman Club defeat Rijiv Club in the Borelal Chokse memorial U-19 cricket tournament organised by Indore Sports Club.
Batting first, Rijiv Club scored 121 runs. Jitendra Mandleja scored 34 runs. Rohit Ranve bowled well to capture five wickets while Abhishek Chouha took two wickets.
In reply, Raman Club won the match easily to advance to the second round. Rohit, after bowling well, scored a brisk 34 to help his team win by six wickets.
City lad excels in State ranking tennis
SAURABH RAGHUVANSHI of Indore won the title in the U-14 category in the fourth MP State Ranking Tennis tournament organised by Arera Club, Bhopal from December 15 to 21.
In the first match Sourabh defeated Shrey Raj Saxena of Bhopal by 6-2 and 6-0. In the evenly fought finals, Sourabh Raghuvanshi defeated Arkesh Meet by 7-8 and 7-5 to win the coveted title.
Sourabh has won four state ranking tournaments to bring laurels to Indore. Indore Tennis Club secretary Anil Dhuper and treasurer B S Chhabra have congratulated Saurabh for brining laurels to Indore Tennis Club.