Goalkeeper Joshna Chinappa crossed the final, but Harold Pal Singh Sandhu retired from Vikram Malhotra's semi-final because of the real problem of the HCL National Squash Championship on Saturday.
A picture of a famous Indian star Joshna Chinappa. (Getty Images)
It will be Mahesh Mangaonkar against Vikram Malhotra in the men's final, while Joshna will take on Joshi Joshi, the women's concert at the HCL Sunday.
The semi-final results on Saturday have blocked over or under the expected expectations to protect the creation except the Sand.
Harinder, who suffered problems in his back after playing for the quarterfinals, appeared to be worried, and could not continue on today, throwing his own 2-9 teapot in his first game. The game ended and thereafter.
As the top cornerstone, Mahesh stopped Abhishek Pradhan, his friend at Maharashtra, but the women's competition was out of focus.
The second seeding was dug up by Tamil Nadu, who won Aparajitha Balamurukan in five games, where he won the title of Joshna as he was struck by the screaming Balvani and found the game before scoring a goal.
It will appear to be the record of Bhuvaneshwari Kumari's record of 16 national championships.
Men: Mahesh Mangaonkar (Mah) bt Abhishek Pradhan (Mah) 11-7, 11-6, 11-0; Vikram Malhotra (Mah) Bt Harinder Pal Singh Sandhu (TN) 9-2 returned; Women: Joshna Chinappa (TN) bt Sachika Balvani (Mah) 11-1, 11-9,8-11, 11-7; Urwashi Joshi (Mah) bt Aparajitha Balamurukan (TN) 11-6, 12-14, 8-11, 11-7, 11-6.