Indian ladies boxers got comparatively robust attracts in comparison with males because the 2022 Thailand Open Worldwide Boxing match will start in Phuket on Sunday with Minakshi kick beginning nation’s problem on the opening day in opposition to Jutamas Jitpong of Thailand within the 51kg first spherical bout.
The Boxing Federation of India has fielded a 15-member robust squad within the match, which shall be performed until April 10. It’ll even be the primary match for the 2019 World Championships silver medallist Amit Panghal (52kg) and Ashish Kumar (81kg), who received the gold medal within the final version within the 75kg, for the reason that 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Panghal and Ashish will open their campaigns in opposition to opponents from Thailand Thanakon Aonyaem and Aphisit Khankhokkhruea respectively within the quarterfinals. The reigning nationwide champions Rohit Mor (57kg) and Sumit (75kg) will even have straightforward begins to their problem within the Final-8 stage.
Whereas the Indian contingent consists of eight males and 7 ladies, Govind Sahani (48kg), Ananta Chopade (54kg), Varinder Singh (60kg) and Pooja (69kg) are the 4 pugilists who will start within the semifinals.
Indian ladies’s staff forward of Thailand Open 2022. – Particular Association
Within the ladies’s part, Monika (48kg) will face two-time world championships medallist Josie Gabuco of Philippines within the opening spherical. Amongst different ladies boxers, who will begin in opposition to robust opponents are: Manisha and Renu.
Whereas the 2019 Asian Championships bronze medallist Manisha (57kg), who just lately certified for each the upcoming World Championships and Asian Video games, shall be up in opposition to two-time youth Asian champion Porntip Buapa of Thailand, Renu (54kg) will tackle U-22 European champion Italy’s Sirine Charaabi.
With participation of 130 boxers together with 74 male and 56 females, the match will witness excessive voltage competitors in presence of prime boxers from Asia, Europe, Oceania and Africa.
Within the final version of the Thailand Open, held in 2019, the Indian contingent signed off with eight medals- one gold, 4 silver and three bronze.
Gold medal winners will earn USD 2000 whereas silver and bronze medallists will fetch USD 1000 and USD 500 respectively. The match will even see further prize cash for the very best boxer of the match and the very best staff of the competitors.
Males: Govind Sahani (48kg), Amit Panghal (52kg), Ananta Chopade (54kg), Rohit Mor (57kg), Varinder Singh (60kg), Sumit (75kg), Ashish kumar (81kg) and Gaurav Chauhan (91kg)
Girls: Monika (48kg), Minakshi (51kg), Renu (54kg), Manisha (57kg), Monika (63kg), Pooja (69kg) and Bhagyabati kachari (75kg)