Highlights of Performance of Indian Team Top 10 finish by Indian players
i) G.Tejaswini finished on 4th place with a 8/11 score
ii) U 18 Open Participant Mayank Chakroborty became the latest International Master of India. He finished on 6th Place in the final standings by scoring 8/11
iii) Prraneeth, Vuppala finished on 7th Place with 8/11 score in U18 Open category
iv) In U-16 Open section S. Aswath finished on 7th place with 8 points out of 11 rounds.
v) Yash Bharadia is 8th in the U14 Open event
In the Under 18 open category India had the best result as two of the players finished within top 10. Mayank Chakroborty and Prraneeth, Vuppala were the best performer as they obtained the 6th and 7th placings respectively after the end of 11th round. During the tournament Mayank also touched the 2400 elo rating mark required for International Master title.This young boy from Assam thus became the latest IM of India. IM ILAMPARTHI, A R (6.5 points) had a very impressive beginning but could not maintain the same standard of play and had a poor performance in the last few rounds. With a last-round win PRRANEETH, Vuppala (8 points) obtained a respectable 7th position in the final standings.
The top two places went to IM GREBNEV, Aleksey, and MURZIN, Volodar respectively and both the Russian players played under the FIDE flag.
IM ASWATH, S played excellent chess in the last few rounds of the tournament and finished on 7th place with a 8/11 score. After a mediocre start he fought back well to finally get a respectable top ten finish.
Other Indians ADIREDDY, Arjun (6.5 points), S.Rohit (5.5 points) Harsh Suresh (5.5 points)
SEEMANN, Jakubo of Poland became Champion with a 9.5/11 socre. U14 Open:
BHARADIA, Yash had the best results among Indians and was ranked 8th in the final standings.
Arun Dakshin and Dhruv Thota finished on 7.5 points while DAAEVIK, Wadhawan had 7 points after the final round. SOWINSKI, Pawel of Poland became the winner with a 9/11 socre.
India did not have good result in U14 girls section. Sachi Jain, SNEHA, Halder and Saparya Ghosh scored 6.5,6.5 and 6 points respectively.
KHAMDAMOVA, Afruza of Uzbekistan won the tournament convincingly after missing the 1st round.
Tejaswini G won her last round game against higher rated opposition and finished on 4th place.
She missed the Bronze medal by a whisker. (Due to very small difference of tie-break points)
She played very solid chess throughout and was unbeaten in the entire tournament.Overall she has been the star performer of Indian team with a very high potential in the future.
Both SHUBHI, Gupta and Kheerthi Ganta ended on 6.5 points
KANISHKA, S also scored 6,5 points and gained 120 elo rating.
PRAGNYA, H G also scored 6 points and added nearly 155 elo rating points in her tally.
Kheerti Ganta and Pragnya HG are on 5 points whereas Shubhi Gupta and Kanishka S are on 4.5 points. Amulya Guruprasad scored 3 points.
Women FIDE Master ALLAHVERDIYEVA, Ayan of Azerbaijan won the event with a very impressive performance of 9.5/11. WFM BHAGYASHREE, Patil of India scored 6.5 and obtained 24th position.