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Ashleigh Barty claimed the 2019 WTA Finals in China:

Australian tennis player and world number one Ashleigh Barty claimed the 2019 WTA Finals in China. She defeated Elina Svitolina of Ukraine and smashed the title. She has claimed the record-breaking prize money of $4.42 million. The prize money is considered as the biggest ever amount in men`s or women`s tennis. She secured 6-4, 6-3, to claim the prestigious 2019 WTA Finals title.

Result:

Singles:

Ashleigh Barty (Australia)

Doubles:

Tímea Babos (Hungary), Kristina Mladenovic (France)

2019 WTA Finals:

The 2019 WTA Finals or Shiseido WTA Finals Shenzhen was the 44th edition of the doubles competition and the 49th edition of the singles event. It was held from 27 October to 3 November at Shenzhen, China. Eight singles players and eight doubles teams participated in the tournament.

Novak Djokovic won the Paris Masters 2019 title:

Novak Djokovic won the Paris Masters 2019 title. He won the title for the fifth time. He sealed his 34th Master`s title and fifth overall ATP victory of the year 2019. He defeated Canada`s Denis Shapovalov. He secured 6-3 6-4 to win the title.

Result:

Men`s Singles:

Serbia Novak Djokovic

Men`s Doubles:

France Pierre-Hugues Herbert, Nicolas Mahut 

2019 Rolex Paris Masters:

Edition: 48th

Location: Paris, France

The 2019 Rolex Paris Masters is the 48th edition of the tournament. It was held from 28 October to 3 November.

Manu Bhaker bags gold medal in women 10m air pistol event: 

Manu Bhaker won gold in women`s 10m air pistol event Vivaan Kapoor, and Manisha Keer won the yellow metal in junior trap mixed event at the Asian Shooting Championships.

Deepak Kumar won bronze in men`s 10m air rifle event. She is the second Indian shooter to earn an Olympic quota in the event. She put up a dominant showing shooting 584 in qualification and 244.3 in the final to take gold. Chinese Asian Games champion Wang Qian took the silver with a score of 242.8. Anjum Moudgil smallest of margins while Apurvi Chandela finished 12th. 

Elavenil Valarivan made it to the final and finished fifth with a score of 187.1. Indian shooters secured 10 Tokyo Olympics quotas in rifle and pistol events and lie behind China (25 quotas) and Korea (12) in the Asian region.

Asian Shooting Championships

They are governed by the Asian Shooting Confederation. Asian Shooting Championships began in 1967. These championships including almost all ISSF shooting events are held every four years.

 

 

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