Meet Saurav Ghoshal, The First Indian To Win A Medal In Singles Squash By Defeating His Best Friend At CWG 2022
Weightlifting, Judo, Table Tennis, ippudu Squash lo kuda mana vallu dhummu dhulipi medal ni India ki parcel chesthunnaru mowa, mana senior top squash player Saurav Ghosal Bronze medal win ayaru, he scripted history by becoming the first Indian player to win a individual squash medal in CWG.
Match lo mana Ghosal saab defending champion ayina England’s James Willstrop ni complete ga dominate chesaru, first nunchi last varaku anni sets lo 3-0 (11-6,11-1,11-4) mana world no.15 Sourav Ghosal eh win ayi archakam chesesadu masteruu.
Inthakumundhu New Zealand’s Paul Coll tho men’s singles semi-final lo loss ayaru, Ghosal ki idi 4th CWG tournament, last time jarigina 2018 Gold Coast Australia CWG lo mixed double lo Dipika Pallikal tho kalisi Silver medal win ayaru.
India’s First Single Medal.
Mixed doubles lo medal vachindi kani inthavaraku Indian squash history single medal ledhu ani eesari ela ayina win avvali ane intention tho ee match lo local star 2018 CWG champion James Willstrop medha win ayi history create chesaru, match win ayaka thana emotions chusthe ee medal entha important oh ardham avthadi..
To know about our squash champ.
Sourav Ghosal was born on the 10th August 1986 in Kolkata, schooling antha kuda Kolkata loni Lakshmipat Singhania Academy lo jarigindi, ah tharvatha Chennai shift ayi akkada squash medha passion tho ICL Squash Academy lo join ayi coaches Major Maniam and Cyrus Poncha dhagara training thiskunnaru.
Oko unexpected thing entante, Ghosal West Yorkshire loni Pontefract Squash Club lo train aye tappudu Malcolm Willstrop eh thana coach, present Bronze medal kosam thanu defeat chesina James valla father eh Malcolm, ala anukokunda India ki medal andinche process lo thana best friend ne odincharu, Ghosal also dedicated this medal to his former coach, who died last year.
Saurav got married his love of life, Diya Pallikal who is sister of Dipika Pallikal Karthik on the 1st of February in 2017. He achieved his first medal in squash championship held at 2006 Doha Asian Games and was awarded Arjuna Award by President of India.
His first major title was the German Open Under -17 in May in 2002 and he won the Dutch Open two months later. In 2013, Saurav became one of the first Indian squash player to reach the quarterfinals of the World Championship.
2006- First to bag the junior National Championship three years in a row.
2006– First Indian to win Asian Games Medal.
2013– First Indian to reach Quarter Finals of World Championship.
2022– First Indian to win CWG individual Medal
Saurav Ghoshal, the face & the pride of Indian Squash. We are proud of you champ. Keep reaching new heights.
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