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Delhi's tennis player Bikramjeet Singh Chawla drubbed second seed Aditya Satpathy in the qualifying round of the ITF Juniors being held at the red clay courts of the Dakshin Kalikata Sansad here on Saturday.
On the opening day of the event, Satpathy went down against unseeded Chawla in the second qualifying round 3-6, 4-6.
Another Indian shown the door was third seeded Jaishvin Sidana who got overpowered by Italy's Francesco Bonacia 4-6, 1-6.
Top four seeds in girls singles qualifying draw, Shivani Manjanna, Lasya Patnaik, Humera Begum Shaik and Sonashe Bhatnagar respectively entered the final round, which will be played on Sunday.
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