(Last Updated on : 21/02/2017)
Indian Male Squash Players
include Cyrus Poncha, Ritwik Bhattacharya, Saurav Ghosal
, Siddharth Suchde
, Anuroop B. S, Abdul Bari, Soli Colah, Kush Kumar and Mahesh Mangaonkar.
Cyrus Poncha is an Indian squash
coach. He was born in 1976 in Mumbai, Maharashtra. He is currently based out of Chennai, and coaches at the ICL-TNSRA Academy. Cyrus Poncha won the Dronacharya Award from the Government of India in 2005. He was adjudged Asian Squash Federation Junior Coach of the Year for 2003-04.
Ritwik Bhattacharya is the flag bearer of Indian Squash on Professional Squash Association. Ritwik Bhattacharya has successful nine PSA tour titles till date. His highest world ranking was 38 in November 2008. He was the first Indian to break into the top 50 of the PSA World Rankings in male squash section.
Saurav Ghosal was born on 10th August 1986, in Kolkata
, West Bengal
. He is a professional squash player from India and reached a career-high world ranking of World No. 15 in December 2013. He completed his schooling at Lakshmipat Singhania Academy in Kolkata.
Siddharth Suchde was born on 20th January in the year 1985, in Mumbai
. He is a professional squash player from India. Siddharth Suchde grew up in India, Scotland and Switzerland. He studied in Cathedral School in Bombay, which is now called Mumbai and completed his high school education from Merchiston School in Edinburgh, Scotland. Later, he attended Harvard University from 2003-2007 as an undergraduate, where he received a degree in Economics.
Anuroop B. S.
Anuroop B. S. was born on 15th April in the year 1990. He is a Squash (sport) coach and player from India. He has won many local squash championships. Currently, he is holding ranking in Hyderabad
Abdul Bari was a squash player of colonial and postcolonial era. He was one of the leading players in India in the 1940s. After India became independent from the shackles of the British Government, he was sponsored to travel to the United Kingdom to compete in the British Open (the effective world championship of the sport at the time), where he finished runner-up in 1950 to the Egyptian player Mahmoud Karim.
Soli Colah is ex-international Squash player who has represented India in the inaugural 1976 World Cup Open in Karachi, Pakistan and at the World Amateur Championships at Edgbaston and London 1976 and The World Cup Open 1979. He is known for his creative stroke play and being amongst the hardest hitters of the ball. He was also the quickest player on the Indian courts in his time, being affectionately known in the Squash fraternity as "Soli the Goli".
Kush Kumar was born on May 29th in the year 1996 in Dhampur. He is a professional squash player who represents India. He reached a career-high world ranking of World No. 219 in August 2014. He became popular when his Men's Squash Team won Gold Medal in 2014 Asian Games along with Harinder Pal Sandhu, Mahesh Mangaonkar and Saurav Ghosal.
Mahesh Mangaonkar was born on March 23rd in the year 1994 in Mumbai, Maharashtra. He is a professional squash player who represented India. He reached a career-high world ranking of World No. 44 in January 2015. Mahesh Mangaonkar won the prestigious British Junior Open Under-15 category in 2009.