Varma, Neha top seeds at NSCI tournament
Mumbai: Saurabh Varma of Petroleum Sport
Promotion Board and Neha Pandit of Airports Authority of India
have been given top billings in the men`s and women`s singles
respectively in the NSCI All India Senior Ranking Badminton
Tournament starting here on August 27.
World no. 25 and former national champion P Kashyap has
been seeded seventh while top India players Ajay Jayaram and
Anup Sridhar have not been seeded for want of sufficient
ranking points in the Rs 5-lakh prize money tournament to be
held in the Sardar Vallabhai Patel Stadium courts in Worli.
The draw is of 24 players in both the singles events
while men`s doubles and mixed doubles would have 12 pairs each
and women`s doubles 11.
There are 145 entries in the qualifying rounds of the
men`s singles, to be held on the first two days of the five-
day event, while in the women`s singles there are 31.
Men`s singles: 1. Saurabh Varma, 2. B Sai Praneet, 3. H S
Prannoy (all PSPB), 4. Pratul Joshi (AI), 5. K Nandagopal, 6.
B Sumeet Reddy (both AAI), 7. P Kashyap (PSPB) 8. Mohit Kamat
Women`s singles: 1. Neha Pandit (AAI), 2. Arundhati
Pantawane (PSPB), 3. P C Thulasi (Ker), 4. Sayali Gokhale
(AI), 5. Anita Ohlan (Rlys), 6. Aditi Mutatkar (PSPB), 7.
Sampada Sahasrabudhe (AAI), 8. Dhanya Nair (Rlys).
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