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Hardeep Singh Soodan dominates quarterfinals, Erin Mir advances to girls' semifinals in AITA TS 7 tournament
2/7/2024 10:18:07 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Feb 7: In an exhilarating display of skill and determination, the ongoing AITA TS 7 Tournament at M.A Stadium Tennis Courts witnessed gripping quarterfinal matches in the boys' category and intense semifinal battles among the girls. In the highly anticipated Quarterfinals Boys' matches held today, Hardeep Singh Soodan showcased his prowess on the court, securing a commanding victory over Dixit with a decisive score of 8-1. Following suit, Aahan Bhat displayed exceptional form, triumphing over Abhyam Verma with a flawless scoreline of 8-0. Abhirath Thappa continued the streak of dominant performances, overpowering Vinamr Gupta with another resounding 8-0 win. Adding to the excitement, Aryan Razdan exhibited his skill and precision, defeating Ranveer Choudhary with a score of 8-1, solidifying his spot in the semifinals.
Meanwhile, in the Girls' Semifinals, Erin Mir exhibited her determination and skill, securing a hard-fought victory over Devina Rawlley with a score of 8-4, advancing to the next stage of the tournament. Anandita Gurung displayed her resilience and talent on the court, edging past Yagyavee Kunjam with a score of 8-5, earning her place in the semifinals lineup.
General Secretary of the Jammu Kashmir Lawn Tennis Association, Er. B.S Jaggi, shared insights into the tournament's progress, highlighting the adherence to All India Tennis Association (AITA) standards. Under the vigilant supervision of Vice President JKLTA, Er. Hanumant Singh, the tournament continues to uphold the highest standards of professionalism and sportsmanship.
The AITA TS 7 Tournament, organized by the Jammu Kashmir Lawn Tennis Association (JKLTA) in collaboration with J&K Sports Council, under the auspices of All India Tennis Association (AITA), promises to deliver thrilling matches and showcase the exceptional talent of young tennis players.
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