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Wednesday, 9 May 2012

Hottest Indian Players

Saina Nehwal the first Indian woman to reach the singles quarterfinals at the Olympics and the first Indian to win the World Junior Badminton Championships. Saina Nehwal made history on June 21, 2009, becoming the first Indian to win a Super Series tournament, by clinching the Indonesia Open with a stunning victory over higher-ranked Chinese Wang Lin in Jakarta. (The Super Series tournament is roughly equivalent to a Grand Slam in tennis).

AGE 29
Women's 51 kg category 2008: Women's boxing makes its Olympics debut in London

Mary is warming up in the ring surrounded by three male boxers, all bigger and taller than her, and you wonder where her sparring partners are. It is then that Viren Rasquinha, with a sly smile on his face, tells you she trains with men because the girls she was going against were getting beaten up too badly. That's the thing about Mary: she hasn't even qualified for the Olympics, but it would be foolish to ignore the five-time world champion at London this year.

Dronavalli Harika
Harika drew with Anna Zatonskih of the United States in the Women's Grandmasters tournament in China. Becoming only the second woman chess player from India to achieve the Grandmaster title.

Sania Mirza, first Indian woman to be seeded in a Grand Slam tennis tournament. She was the first Indian woman to reach the fourth round of a Grand Slam tournament at the 2005 U.S. Open, defeating Mashona Washington, Maria Elena Camerin and Marion Bartoli.

Koneru Humpy is a popular Female Indian Chess Player, and feasibly the best woman at the Chess Board. She is the world second ranking among the Female Chess Players, stayed behind only by Judit Polgar, who world number one Female Chess Player.

Koneru Humpy

 Jwala Gutta one of the best Women's Doubles Badminton players produced by India in recent times, partnering with Shruti Kurien. She made her foray at the International Badminton scenario in the year 2002 when she played at the Uber Cup tournament. She entered the Pre-Quarter Final round of the India Asia Satellite tournament 2002, and couldn’t fare better in Singles event of any other tournament for some time.

 Jwala Gutta sexy thighs exposed

Tania Sachdev an Indian chess player, who holds the titles of International Master and Woman Grandmaster.. A Viswanathan Anand fan, Tania became the eighth Indian Woman Grandmaster. Tania won her first international title when she was just eight. She has already won the World and Asian junior titles. In 2008 she topped the Asian Chess Championship with 6½ points out of nine rounds.

Deepika thakur hockey player

 Tejaswini Sawant represented India at the 9th South Asian Sports Federation Games in 2004 in Islamabad where she helped India win gold medal. She was selected to represent India at Commonwealth Games ahead of Asian Games gold medallist Anjali Ved Pathak Bhagwat and world record holder Suma Shirur after winning 5 gold medals, 6 silver medals and 5 bronze medals at the national championships.

Dipika Pallikal also known as Dipika Rebecca Pallikal is a squash player. She was born on 21 September 1991. She played her first international tournament in London when she was in her sixth grade, and till date, Dipika has won the German Open, Dutch Open, French Open, Australian Open, Scottish Open on the European Junior Squash Circuit.

Geethu Ann Jose an Indian basketball player.She is currently the captain of India national basketball team (Women's). Her junior association was Kerala Junior Basketball Association, India.Her height at 6 feet 2 inches (188 cm) is tall for Indian basketball and this is talked of a lot when she plays. For instance in one late 2005 tournament her team beat Delhi in the final 95-50, with her scoring 34 points. It is hoped by many that she will be the centre of Indian Women's Basketball. Other than basketball she is interested in modelling too as a career.

Karnam Malleswari is an Olympic weightlifting champion, who proved herself as much better than the rest in her career and is considered to be exceptional in her talents.

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