The Jaipur city is all gearing up for hosting the championships and matches by every passing day. Recently, Jaipur is all set to accommodate and organize the Indian Junior Squash Championship 2016.
Indian Junior Squash Championship 2016 has been dated to be organised from August 31, 2016 to September 4, 2016.
The Indian Junior Squash Championship 2016 is being supported and administered by the Squash Racket Foundation of India.
Indian Junior Squash Championship 2016 is going to be prearranged at two locations in the Jaipur city.
In the Indian Junior Squash Championship 2016, players and sportsmen from many a countries will be coming down to Jaipur.
Players in an estimated number of 507 from the following countries are coming down to Jaipur for the championship.
These players who are coming from different parts of the world are set to play in the following categories and are set to challenge in their category to their rivals:
The initial games and competitions of the Indian Junior Squash Championship 2016 are set to happen at the Jaipur Club.
The quarter finals, semi-finals and the final competitions of the Indian Junior Squash Championship 2016 on the other hand are set to take place at the Sawai Mansingh Indoor Stadium.
These competitions will be structured from September 2, 2016 to September 4, 2016.
The all glass court that has been ordered from Germany will be utilised in the Sawai Mansingh Indoor Stadium for holding the squash championship.
This is the first and the foremost time when a glass court that has been ordered from across the border of the nation is being used in the Jaipur city for organising a championship.
In the Indian Junior Squash Championship 2016 in the ‘under 19 years’ category, Abhay Singh and Aakanksha Salukhe will take part and have been given a precedence.
In the ‘under 11 years’ category, Yuvraj Wadhwani from India, Lap Man from Hong Kong in the ‘under 13 years’ category, Yash in the ‘under 15 years’ category and in the ‘under 17 years’ category Tushar Sahani both from India have been given precedence.
Megha Bhatia will be the player from India to compete in the ‘under 15 years’ category along with having a precedence.