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Ramit Tandon wins maiden PSA title

Press Trust of India  |  New York 

US-based Indian squash player Ramit Tandon has won his maiden professional title with a convincing win over compatriot Kush Kumar in the SYS Open.

The one time top Indian junior, Tandon, who had come into this event as a qualifier beat third seed Kumar 11-3, 11 -2, 11-3 in the final. This was Tandon's third appearance in a Professional Squash Association final.



The player, who shifted to New York nearly six years ago for studies, has just begun to shape his career on the professional circuit.

This has been his second tournament in the year, the earlier being a brief appearance in the qualifying phase in the Tournament of Champions.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Ramit Tandon wins maiden PSA title

US-based Indian squash player Ramit Tandon has won his maiden professional title with a convincing win over compatriot Kush Kumar in the SYS Open. The one time top Indian junior, Tandon, who had come into this event as a qualifier beat third seed Kumar 11-3, 11 -2, 11-3 in the final. This was Tandon's third appearance in a Professional Squash Association final. The Kolkata player, who shifted to New York nearly six years ago for studies, has just begun to shape his career on the professional circuit. This has been his second tournament in the year, the earlier being a brief appearance in the qualifying phase in the Tournament of Champions. US-based Indian squash player Ramit Tandon has won his maiden professional title with a convincing win over compatriot Kush Kumar in the SYS Open.

The one time top Indian junior, Tandon, who had come into this event as a qualifier beat third seed Kumar 11-3, 11 -2, 11-3 in the final. This was Tandon's third appearance in a Professional Squash Association final.

The player, who shifted to New York nearly six years ago for studies, has just begun to shape his career on the professional circuit.

This has been his second tournament in the year, the earlier being a brief appearance in the qualifying phase in the Tournament of Champions.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Ramit Tandon wins maiden PSA title

US-based Indian squash player Ramit Tandon has won his maiden professional title with a convincing win over compatriot Kush Kumar in the SYS Open.

The one time top Indian junior, Tandon, who had come into this event as a qualifier beat third seed Kumar 11-3, 11 -2, 11-3 in the final. This was Tandon's third appearance in a Professional Squash Association final.

The player, who shifted to New York nearly six years ago for studies, has just begun to shape his career on the professional circuit.

This has been his second tournament in the year, the earlier being a brief appearance in the qualifying phase in the Tournament of Champions.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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