May 29

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New Updates on Bhutan-India Tennis Championship

🎾🎾🎾 Updates from the second day of the championship 🎾🎾🎾

In the men’s doubles Parth Aggarwal and Medhi Goyal of Delhi over came Zhaputso Khate and Vitsizolie Nagi of Nagaland with a 6/2 6/2 victory

Jambay Gyeltshen and Loday Jamtsho gave a sigh of relive for the home crowd as they breezed through a sweet victory over Hydar Ali Rymbai and SM Sharma with a 6/2 6/1

Jigme Sherab and Tshering Tharchen went on to win the match 6/4 6/2 over the Darjeeling duo of Roshan Kant Ghising and Seshmani Gurung

Tenzin and DP Mishra failed to hold on to their first set advantage and went to lose the match 6/4 2/6 3/6 and conquered to proud winners Thinley Samdrup and Kinley Wangchuk

Tenzin Singye and Nidup Gyeltshen breezed past their opponents, Biren Basnet and Tshewang Dorji with a assuring score of 6/1 6/0 to make their contention clear as the possible event winner

Sonam Tshering Tamang and Satyajeet Burman couldn’t find a way past the service giant pair of Tshering Tobgay and Thinley Norbu who won 6/1 6/4

The final doubles match played saw the pairing of the first championship winner and second championship winner Vilasier Khate and Keneisezotu Whourie who were at their best to move to the next round with a comfortable 6/0 6/1 win over the Bhutanese pair of Phuntsho Dorji and Sither

Due to same changes in the order of play women’s singles match commenced where Sonam Yangchen won over her young opponent Dawa Dem 6/1 6/1 with ease

In the evening the championship resumed with the start of the Veteran Singles with Namgay Wangdi and Col KJ Wangdi taking center stage where Col KJ dug deep in the deciding set to win the match 5/7 6/3 7/5

In the most exciting game of the day Col(Rtd) Mandhoj battled hard against the brilliant cheer for his adversary Chencho Tshering to win the match 6/0 6/4

Later Mr Loday Jamtsho prevailed to a victory over Col. Tshering Dorji 6/4 6/1 in a game which looked heavily one sided

Mr. Nogmaithem Dilip Singh gave everything but couldn’t win the match that lasted for 2 hours 42 minutes against Bhutanese opponent D.P Mishra who won 6/4 2/6 7/5 in the deciding set

Sonam Tamang lost to SM sharma 7/6 3/6 2/6 as he couldn’t hold on to his early advantage

BTF General Secretary Ugyen Wangdi tried with all his might but couldn’t outwit a younger, fitter opponent to him as he lost 6/2 6/0 to Thongbam Tuleswor Singh

To round off the veterans singles first round Col Leela Gurung overpowered his opponent in an impressive game to win it 6/1 6/0 over his bitterly disappointed opponent

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