Year First Year
Hometown Salem, India
Experience High School
School: CC
Birthdate March 26, 1998


FIRST-YEAR (2017-18)

Member of the 2018 Ivy League Championship team...Unanimous first team All-Ivy selection...Earned second team All-American after playing at CSA Individual Nationals on March 2...defeated Yale's Spencer Lovejoy in the first round of CSA Individual Championships to advance to the quarterfinals before falling to CSA Runner Up Kush Kumar in the semi finals...Went 12-1 in rookie regular season playing primarily in the No. 2 position...went undefeated (3-0) at CSA Team Nationals defeating Rochester's No. 2 Tomotaka Endo, Harvard's No. 2 Timmy Bronwell and St. Lawrence's No. 2 Karim Ibrahim.


Won 2017 British Junior Open Under-19 title...Third ever Indian to win British Junior Open...Won 2016 Asian Junior Squash Individual Championship...Trains at the Indian Squash Academy.


Graduate of Don Bosco High School in Chennai, India... 2014 Player of the Year... Earned the Vishwanath Anand Award for French senior year.


Born March 26, 1998 in Salem, India.... Son of Shanmukham Priyadharshini and Ramasamy Senthilkumar...Mother was on Indian's national badmiton team and Father played basketball for India...Brother Guhan plays squash at the University of Manchester...Also plays tennis...Likes to read... Favorite athlete is Roger Federer because of his ability to turn negative energy into positivity.. Favorite subject is math.


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