Mohali, June 29
Haryana’s Gauri Kalla ousted Rajasthan’s Luckshita Bhardwaj 21-7 21-4 within the first match of the women’ U-13 qualifying spherical throughout the ongoing Yonex-Dawn All-India Sub-Junior Rating Event right here right now.
Chandigarh’s B Ridhima Saini additionally marched forward by defeating Maharashtra’s Shravani Bamankar 21-11 21-18, whereas one other Haryana participant, Tashvi Gupta, defeated Kerala’s Thejasvi Anil 21-15 16-21 21-13. Avni Reddy Hanumaiah Gari defeated Nakshatra Jala 21-14 21-12, Hithaishree L Rajaiah outplayed Bihar’s Swayamprabha Kumari 21-16 21-6 and Manipur’s Rebika Devi Mayanglambam defeated Maharashtra’s Shreeja Wankhede 21-5 21-6 in different qualifiers.
Aadhira Rao Pasula of Andhra Pradesh defeated Rajasthan’s Deshna Jain 21-9 21-11 and Delhi’s Aaratrika Malik defeated Haryana’s Kyra Jhamb 21-7 21-12. Yeyin Suraj of Kerala defeated Avani Yadav of Madhya Pradesh 21-16 21-15 and Tanushree Honawad ousted Assam’s Aaraina Sonowal 25-23 22-20.
Oorja Patel simply recorded a 21-14 21-16 win over Jahnavi Singh and Mohitha Polavaram I defeated Mahela Dasgupta of West Bengal 22-20 21-14. Anushka Epte defeated Ritika Jhamnni 21-14 21-18 and Hitha Maria Jose beat Rithwika Sree Bhukya 21-9 21-13.
Shiven, Amitoj march forward
In a the boys’ U-13 doubles qualifier, Shiven Dhingra and Amitoj Singh defeated Shaurya Agarwal and J Pranith Barathy 21-15 21-17. Shivansh Panotra and Gopesh Singh defeated N Aariv Mahajan and Arin Singla 21-7 21-4, whereas Jaivardhan Hooda and Vedant Pahwa ousted Manvik Reddy Survi and Tanmainihal Uttam 21-4 21-13. The group of Arjuna and Mainak Chakraborty outplayed Satvik Bhatia and Aarav Dogra 21-11 21-7, whereas Ingudam and Rishav Ngangom defeated Kushagra Gandhi and Ranak Gandhi 21-8 21-8. Akshay Machal and Abhideep Rastogi defeated Karthik Kamepalli and Radha Kishan Nadavati 21-19 18-21 21-15.
50 dad and mom report age fraud
The second day of the championship witnessed a sequence of controversies as over 50 dad and mom submitted objections to the organisers relating to age fraud. They’ve alleged that gamers are allowed to play simply after producing medical certificates. They demanded that the authorities ought to conduct the age-verification take a look at of the gamers in query.
We’re helpless: Organisers
In the meantime, the organisers claimed that they have been conscious of those circumstances of age fraud, however have been helpless because it was the Badminton Affiliation of India (BAI) which needed to take a stance on the matter. “There are various gamers, who’re clearly above 15 years of age. I’ve conveyed the identical to the BAI officers, however we’ve got acquired no clarification but.
“We’ve determined to proceed the match for the sake of real gamers. The BAI officers refused to cancel the rating of this championship or cancel this championship. We’re actually helpless and have knowledgeable the dad and mom additionally,” mentioned Tejinder Bedi, organising secretary of the match.
Sources confirmed that the Age Fraud Committee of the BAI had written to the management of the Nationwide Sports activities Federation (NSF) concerning the purported circumstances of age fraud on this ongoing championship.