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India’s Anahat wins German Jr Open Squash

New Delhi, July 4, 2022 – India’s Anahat continued her winning streak and won German junior open squash championship super series event, held at Hamburg between July 1-4.

In the finals, the 14-year-old beat Malak Samir of Egypt 3-0 in the girls under 15 category. She reached the finals beating the Malaysian top seed Whitney Isabelle Wilson 3-1 in the semifinals and Savannah Moxham of Belgium in the quarterfinals.

Anahat has won 46 national circuit titles, 2 national championships and 9 international titles.  (Agency)

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