New York, May 15: In recent years, Indians have made a remarkable comeback in many squash tournament especially in PSA events. Notably, the United States based Indian Ramit Tandon on Sunday night won his maiden PSA title in SYS Open.
Ramit Tandon defeated who won his maiden professional title with a commanding win over his compatriot Kush Kumar in the summit clash of SYS Open. Tandon, who had come into this event as a qualifier beat third seed Kumar 11-3, 11 -2, 11-3 in the final. This was Tandon's third appearance in a Professional Squash Association final.
Interestingly, Ramit Tandon who hails from Kolkata shifted to New York six years ago for studies and has just begun his career on the professional phase. This was Tandon's third appearance in a Professional Squash Association final. This has been his second tournament in the year.
Ramit Tandon is an emerging star in the world of squash and had forced all to drew their attention towards him after Vikram Malhotra and Harinder Pal Sandhu. Ramit reached a career-high world ranking of World No. 118 in September 2014. Ramit also captained the Indian Junior team to win the first ever Asian Junior title defeating Pakistan in the final.
Ramit has won 6 junior national titles and ended his junior career ranked #1 in India. He was part of the U-21 Indian team that made the historic world cup final in 2012. He was a student at Columbia University in the City of New York, where he captained and played No. 1 on the varsity Squash team.