Anahat Singh was too good for Jada Ross of St Vincent and the Grenadines.© NDTV
India’s youngest athlete on the Commonwealth Games, 14-year-old squash participant Anahat Singh, made a successful begin within the girls’s singles competitors on Friday. Anahat was too good for Jada Ross of St Vincent and the Grenadines, finishing an 11-5 11-2 11-0 win within the spherical of 64. “It’s really exciting and so much fun,” Anahat stated after her successful begin. “It’s my first senior tournament, so I didn’t really know what to expect, but I got more confident as the match went on. I had nothing to lose.
“Lots of my household are right here they usually have been all cheering actually loudly,” she added.
Hailing Anahat’s court sense, coach Chris Walker said: “She has nice problem-solving expertise. She may be very sensible, has good courtroom sense and nice racket work.
“At 14, you just want to help that talent grow. The short period of time I’ve been working with her has just been tremendous fun.
“It’s so thrilling for the longer term. She is a beautiful woman,” he added.
“She has obtained an ideal angle to all this consideration. She’s simply having fun with the trip. She gained the third recreation 11-0, there was by no means any likelihood of her letting up. She may be very current when she is enjoying and so mature for such a younger age,” he concluded.
Anahat was selected in the Indian team following her impressive run at the under-15 level including wins at the Asian Junior Squash and German Open this year.
Another debutant, Abhay Singh, was slated to play his singles opener against Joe Chapman of British Virgin Islands later on Friday.
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