Satish Upadhyay Honors Winners of Delhi November International ITF Juniors Tournament -
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Satish Upadhyay Honors Winners of Delhi November International ITF Juniors Tournament

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Khel Today Bureau 

New Delhi:Shri Satish Upadhyay, Vice Chairman, New Delhi Municipal Council, presided over a prestigious ceremony at RK Khanna Stadium, Delhi to recognize and reward the winners of the Delhi November (International) ITF Juniors (J60) Boys & Girls Under-18 tournament.

Shri Upadhyay presented prizes to the victorious participants, applauding their exceptional achievements on the tennis court. The tournament, which unfolded from November 27 to December 2, 2023, was marked by intense competition and displays of sportsmanship, showcasing the skills and determination of talented young athletes.

He informed a total of 106 players participated from various countries. These countries included Kazakhstan (KAZ), Poland (POL), the United States (USA), Australia (AUS), Slovakia (SVK), Singapore (SIN), Canada (CAN), Japan (JPN), Serbia (SRB), South Korea (KOR), Great Britain (GBR), France (FRA), Russia (RUS), and India (IND).

While giving the details of the winners, he said in the Delhi ITF Junior (J60) Boys’ Doubles, the winning team comprised Moise Kouame from France and Rethin Senthil Kumar from India. The runners-up were Juan Kim from Korea and Maximus Zavier Wong from Singapore. In the Girls’ Doubles category, the victorious team was from India, with Rishita Reddy and Sohini Mohanty emerging as the winners. The runners-up in the Girls’ Doubles were also from India, featuring Aishi Bisht and Aradhyaa Verma.

 Offering his heartfelt felicitations, Shri  Upadhyay extended his best wishes to all participants and organizers, acknowledging their dedicated efforts in contributing to the event’s resounding success. The ceremony at RK Khanna Stadium celebrated athletic prowess and underscored the vibrant sports culture.

Highlighting the international caliber of the players, Shri Upadhyay emphasized the importance of recognizing and appreciating their excellent participation. He remarked that sports is a game of both wins and losses, urging players to approach their craft with unwavering zeal.

Shri Upadhyay affirmed being Vice Chairman NDMC, we are always committed to promoting sports and nurturing a culture of excellence within the community. He expressed gratitude to all contributors to the triumph of the Delhi November ITF Juniors (J60) tournament and eagerly anticipates continued support for initiatives that uphold sports excellence.

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