The Hero Indian Open, which was originally supposed to have been held between 19 to 22 March, has been cancelled for this year due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases in India.
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Though Keith Pelley, CEO of the European Tour, did not reveal any dates – he released dates only for the initial UK swing of six events and four Rolex events - the Hero Indian Open could come onto the calendar sometime in late October-early November.
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Indian Open to kick off on 19 March with strong local and international contingent expected to participate
The flagship event of Indian golf -- which is also the longest-running international event in India — will see almost all top Indian golfers, including past champions such as SSP Chawrasia (2016 and 2017), Anirban Lahiri (2015) and three-time winner Jyoti Randhawa (2000, 2006 and 2007), in action at the Gary Player layout.
Randhawa who turned professional in 1994 has since gone on to win eight titles on the Asian Tour including five at home.
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Shubhankar Sharma displayed admirable temperament to grind out an even-par 72 to share the lead after the penultimate round of the $1.75 million Hero Indian Open at the challenging DLF course in New Delhi on Saturday.
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The field of 144 professionals will include Australia's rising star Hannah Green, who finished third in the ISPS Handa Womens Australian Open on Sunday, as well as home favourite Whitney Hillier, Rebecca Artis and Sarah Kemp among others.
Ghosal said, "I will be playing in the singles and mixed doubles with Dipika Pallikal and will not play in men's doubles at the Commonwealth Games"
Aditi Ashok will be favourite to win the Hero Women's Indian Open while among the other Indians in fray, there will be considerable focus on Sharmila Nicollet
Sindhu, currently ranked 5th in the world, has previously won bronze medals at the Championship in 2013 and 2014.
Rio Olympics silver medallist PV Sindhu on Friday prevailed over Saina Nehwal in straight games in a much-anticipated clash to advance to the semifinals of the India Super Series badminton tournament in New Delhi on Friday.
SSP Chawrasia on Sunday became only the second Indian golfer to successfully defend the Indian Open, clinching a seven-stroke win in Gurgaon.
Rising star Aditi Ashok will spearhead the Indian challenge in a star-studded line-up of golfers at the Hero Women's Indian Open golf tournament.
India's Pankaj Advani lost to Stephen Maguire in an epic 72-minute decider to crash out of the Indian Open in Hyderabad.
Defending champion Saina Nehwal played out of her skin to eke out a thrilling win over Korea's Sung Ji Hyun in the quarterfinals of the India Super Series.
Defending champion Saina Nehwal entered the pre-quarterfinals but it turned out to be a disastrous day for the men with all of them, including reigning champion K Srikanth, failing to cross the opening hurdle at the Yonex-Sunrise India Open Super Series badminton in New Delhi on Thursday.
Left to nurse her Achilles tendons for more than six months, top shuttler Saina Nehwal today said it was the most challenging phase of her career and exuded confidence that she is in a good shape now and looking forward to defend her title at the India Super Series.