Third seed Saurav Ghosal will be India’s best gamble for a first-ever singles award in squish when a particular events start during a Commonwealth Games during Gold Coast, Australia.
Ghosal, who had mislaid a bronze award play-off in Glasgow 4 years ago, gets another shot during creation history.
He has got a first-round bye and starts his debate usually on Friday.
Ghosal, who reached a career-high 13 in a universe rankings during a start of a month, is drawn to accommodate eighth seed Alan Clyne of Scotland in a quarterfinals and second seed Paul Coll of New Zealand in a semifinals.
“I am feeling unequivocally good about my diversion and fitness-wise too we have not felt better. A vital reason for that is a time we spent during Abhinav Bindra’s high-performance centre,” Ghosal had told PTI before withdrawal for Gold Coast.
Other Indians in a men’s singles draw, Harinder Pal Sandhu and Vikram Malhotra, play their opener tomorrow.
Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa done story in Glasgow by winning a women’s doubles bullion and a repeat of that opening is really most on a cards. However, in singles, it will be most worse for India’s heading ladies.
Ninth seed Pallikal takes Charlotte Knaggs of Trinidad and Tobago in a initial turn tomorrow while eighth seed Chinappa faces Lynette Vai of Papua New Guinea. Both a Indians are in a same half of a pull that also has fortifying champion Nicol David of Malaysia and second seed Joelle King of New Zealand.
Pallikal, who has never beaten David, is drawn to accommodate a two-time bullion leader in a quarterfinals. The Chennai-based actor initial has to understanding with a fifth seed Alison Waters of England in a second round.
Chinappa should strech a quarterfinals though most problem though it will need a special opening to kick King in a last-eight stage.
The doubles and churned doubles will follow a singles event.