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Anahat Singh:Youngest Player of Commonwealth Games 2022

Who is Anahat Singh?

Anahat Singh is the youngest player at the Commonwealth Games 2022. She has been playing badminton since she was 6 with her sister Amira. Later, Anahat developed an interest in Squash. She liked to play badminton and squash but as her affection for squash grew more, she showed remarkable success in Squash.

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She is currently studying in 9th standard and she joined the Commonwealth Games 2022 with the Indian contingent. She’s just 14 years old, and with her extraordinary performance, she was able to get her foot in Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022.

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Commonwealth Games 2022: Anahat Singh

The Squash Rackets Federation of India (SRFI) general secretary Cyrus Poncha urged that they are not expecting a medal rather, they see Anahat as a bright future in international sports. However, there is still a possibility of Anahat winning a medal as her earlier performances are commendable.  Apart from this, Anahat will also be competing in the women’s doubles with Sunayna in Birmingham. She will have to leave for France after the Commonwealth Games 2022 to take part in the World Junior Championship which will be held on 09th August 2022.

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Anahat Singh: Achievements

  • Anahat Singh is growing every day with a tremendous number of opportunities. She has won 46 National circuit titles.
  • In just six years she won two national championships and eight international titles. Anahat Singh is the first Indian sportswoman to win British Junior Squash Open in 2019 and US Junior Squash Open in 2021.
  • She won the U-15 title at the Asian Junior Championship in Pattaya in 2022.
  • She was placed as the No.1 player in Asia and Europe in the girl’s U-13 category and No.4 in the U-15 category, in the German and Dutch Opens Titles.

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