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India and CCI Playing Member Yash Fadte was the lowest seeded player to win a title. The eighth seed defeated the number one and two seeds on his way to the title, which he clinched in four games against Team USA’s Ayush Menon.  He won the US Junior Open Squash Championship 2017 held at Yale University New Haven, USA from 16th to 19th Dec 17 and became the first Indian to win the Boys U-17 US Junior Open Squash Championship beating the current no. 1 English, Canadian, and US players en route.

A record 930 players from forty one countries, (an increase from thirty four last year), competed across five age divisions. The largest draws were the Boys u-19 and Boys u-17 which comprised 128 players. Congratulations Yash! We are proud of you and we wish you many more victories in future.

CCI Squash Academy Report December 2017 

MSSA Inter School Championship : 5-9 Dec 2017

Boys U-16: Arman Daruwalla - 1st; Himay Kapadia - Top 8; Amaan Habibulla - Top 16

Boys U-13 : Sharan Punjabi - 3rd;  Vivaan Bhatia - Top 8

Boys -11 : Arvaan Motwane - Top 8  

Delhi Junior Open, Delhi Gymkhana : 2-7 Dec. 2017

Girls u-15 :  Sonya Bajaj - 2nd 

Boys u-13 :  Aditya Chandani - 4th  

Boys u-15 :  Mishaal Vaswani - 7th 

HCL Junior open, Noida : 11-15 Dec. 2017

Boys u-13 : Vivaan Bhatia - 5th 

74th CCI Western India Championship : 16th -21st  Dec. 2017

12 Players from the CCI Squash Academy reached the main draw and 

five made it to the Top 8.

Girls u-11 : Akanksha Gupta - 6th 

Boys u-11: Kabir Taraporewala - Top 16

Girls u-13: Shreya Narang - Top 16

Boys u-13 : Sharan Punjabi - 5th;  Aditya Chandani - 8th;  Aimaan Zakaria - Top 16

Vivaan Bhatia - Top 6;   Raghav Parthasarthy - Top 16

Boys u-15 : Armaan Darukhanawalla - 8th;  Jey Pandole - Top 16

Girls u-15 : Tiana Pandole - Top 6

Girls u-19 : Mira Kamat - 7th 

*Upcoming Juniors who have performed well are Arvaan Motwane and Krisna Mehta who have reached the qualification finals in Boys u-11 category at Western India.


Held at the Cricket Club of India from 16th to 21st Dec 2017, ended appropriately with a quality men’s final, won by third seed Aditya Jagtap of Maharashtra who beat second seed Gaurav Nandrajog of Delhi 11-6, 11-7, 15-13.

Tournament chairman Naval Pandole, who presented the trophies and prizes, was delighted with the successful conduct of one of the country’s longest-running tournaments and applauded the efforts of tournament director Manan Mashruwala, the squash sub-committee that includes Vipul Dalal and Tushar Mashruwala and the tireless CCI staff of various departments.

Jagtap, who is on a roll this season having been a finalist at Khar Gymkhana and winning the Otters Open, Maharashtra State Open and Juhu Vile Parle Gymkhana titles on the trot, received Rs. 1.25 lakh, while Nandrajog received Rs. 62,000/-. Well done!


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