Abhay Singh wins title; Sunayna Kuruvilla falters in final of HCL-SRFI Indian Tour 2022 Chennai leg

India's Abhay Singh defeated Egypt's Khaled Labib to win the men's title while No.1 seed Kenzy Ayman had defeated Indian star Sunayna Kuruvilla comfortably in the women's final of HCL-SRFI Indian Tour 2022 Chennai leg

Press Trust of India September 23, 2022 19:52:15 IST
Abhay Singh wins title; Sunayna Kuruvilla falters in final of HCL-SRFI Indian Tour 2022 Chennai leg

Squash players Abhay Singh (in red) and Kenzy Ayman (second from left) poses with their singles titles of the HCL-SRFI Indian Tour 2022 Chennai leg on Friday. SRFI

Chennai: India’s Abhay Singh posted an easy 11-4, 11-3, 11-4 win in 22 minutes over Egypt’s Khaled Labib to win the men’s title in the HCL-SRFI Indian Tour 2022 Chennai leg here on Friday.

The Indian player, seeded fourth, who had defeated the top-seed Egyptian Yassin Elshafei in the semifinals, appeared in good touch and made short work of Labib, the third-seed. It was Abhay Singh’s fourth PSA title.

In the women’s final, No.1 seed Kenzy Ayman had things easy against Indian star Sunayna Kuruvilla, winning 11-7, 11-2, 11-6 in 23 minutes.

The tournament saw the participation of 48 players across 10 countries including Canada, Egypt, France, Japan, Russia, and Spain, apart from India.

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