14-Year-Old Anahat Singh Creates Some Kind Of History And Comfortably Wins Her Debut Match At CWG 2022

India’s teenage wonder Anahat Singh began her 2022 Commonwealth Games campaign with a scintillating win over Jada Ross of St. Vincent and the Grenadines in women’s singles squash on Friday. The 14-year-old won comfortably by an 11-5, 11-2, 11-0 margin in the Round of 16.

“It’s really exciting and so much fun,” Anahat said after her winning start. “It’s my first senior tournament, so I didn’t really know what to expect, but I got more confident as the game went on. I had nothing to lose. A lot of members of my family are here and they were all clapping really loud,” she added.

After the win, her trainer Chris Walker also congratulated her. “She has great problem solving skills. She is very intelligent, has a good sense of the court and excellent racquet work.

“At 14 you just want to help this talent grow. The short time I worked with her has been a lot of fun. It’s so exciting for the future. She’s a lovely girl,” added the coach.

“She has a great attitude about all this attention. She’s just enjoying the ride. She won the third game 11-0, there was no way she let go. She’s very present when she plays and so mature for such a young age.”

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