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Vedansh, Charmi emerge champs at FSA AITA CS7 U-18 C’ship.

Vedansh, Charmi emerge champs at FSA AITA CS7 U-18 C’ship

Bengaluru, 20 November, 2021   

 

Vedansh Reddiyar and Charmi Gopinath registered contrasting victories to emerge as the Boys and Girls champions respectively in the FSA AITA CS& U-18 Championship that concluded at the Fortune Sports Academy courts here on Saturday.

In a clash of giant killers, Vedansh took some time to come into his wonted form as his rival dominated the first set and won it 6-1. Vedansh then fought back to win the second set 6-3. Sehaj rallied brilliantly from 1-3 down in the final set to restore parity but Vedansh pulled up his socks when it mattered the most to prevail in the decider at 6-4.

The Girls final was expected to go according to the script. However Vanya put up a brilliant fight against the fancied top seeded Charmi before succumbing with a similar scoreline in both the sets 4-6, 4-6.

Results Finals (Pre-fix denotes seeds, all from Karnataka unless mentioned in brackets)

Boys U-18

Vedansh Reddiyar bt Sehaj Singh Pawar 1-6, 6-3, 6-4

Girls U-18

1-Charmi Gopinath bt Vanya Srivastava 6-4, 6-4.

 


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