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Diksha moved into Top-10 of LET Order of Merit after South African Open

Cape Town, April 29: Diksha Dagar moved into the Top-10 of the Ladies European Tour’s Order of Merit with another creditable finish at the Investec South African Women’s Open.

On the LET Diksha is now ninth with 455 points, as England’s Bronte Law is on top and followed by this week’s winner, Manon de Roey from Belgium.

Pranavi Urs is the next best Indian in 25th place in her rookie year.

Diksha is a near certainty for the Paris Olympic Games, which will be her second one, after a debut appearance in Tokyo. She will play alongside Aditi Ashok, who will play her third Olympic Games.

Diksha, who was third on the LET in 2023 with one win in Tipsport Czech Republic and Top-3 finishes in Amundi German Masters and the Hero Women’s Indian Open, has now had three Top-10s in 2024.

With the LET taking a break this week. Diksha will be back in action at the Aramco Ladies Korea next week along with Pranavi Urs.

In the next LET event, the Indians in the field are Diksha, Pranavi and Vani Kapoor.

In the event after that, the Amundi German Masters, there will be six Indians with Diksha, Pranavi and Vani being accompanied by Tvesa Malik. Sneha Singh and amateur Avani Prashanth have got an invitation into the event.

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Mr. Vittal Belandor, Secretary-BGC & Mr. D N Vasanth Kumar, Captain-BGC jointly handing over the winner's cheque and trophy to Anvitha Narender.