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Women's World Chess Championship 2017

Women’s World Chess Championship, 2017

Question- Who won the Women’s World Chess Championship titled, 2017, in Tehran, on March 5, 2017?
(a) Tan Zhongyi
(b) Koneru Hampi
(c) Anastasia Savina
(d) Alexandra Kosteniuk
Ans: (a)
Related facts:-

  • 64 Female chess players’ knockout tournament ‘World Chess Championship, 2017’ concludes in Tehran, Iran. (February 10 to March 5, 2017)
  • Competition Results:-
  • Gold Medal-Tan Zhongyi (China)
  • Silver Medal-Ana Muzychuk (Ukraine)
  • Bronze medal-Harika Dronavalli (India)
  • Bronze Medal-Alexandra Kosteniuk (Russia)
  • Tan won the Grand Prix (GM) title after winning this championship

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2017 Abierto Mexicano Telcel

Eberto Mexicano Telcel Open, 2017

Question: Who won the title of the recently concluded Eberto Mexicano Telcel Open men’s singles title?
(a) Jamie Murray
(b) Bruno Soares
(c) John Eisner
(d) Sam Querrey
Ans: (d)
Related facts:-

  • From February 27 to March 4, 2017; Eberto Mexicano, Telcel Open, the ATP Tour professional tennis tournament of 2017, played in Acapulco, Mexico.
  • Competition Results:-
  • Men’s singles
    Winner-Sam Cuerrey (United States)
    Runners-up, Rafael Nadal (Spain)
  • Women’s singles
    Winner-Lesia Tsurenko (Ukraine)
    Runner-up Kristina Mladenovic (France)
  • Men’s doubles
    Winner-Jamie Murray (UK) and Bruno Soares (Brazil)
    Runner-up-John Isner (America) and Feliciano Lopez (Spain)
  • Women’s doubles
    Winner-Darija Jurak (Croatia) and Anastasia Rodionova (Australia)
    Runner-up-Veronica Cepede Royg (Paraguay) and Mariana Duque Marino (Colombia)

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Brazil Open, 2017

Question: Who won the men’s singles title of the Brazil Open on March 6, 2017?
(a) Julio Petro
(b) Nicolas Monre
(c) Pablo Cuevas
(d) Marcus Daniell
Ans: (c)
Related facts

  • From February 27 to March 6, 2017; Brazil Open, the ATP Tour Men’s Tennis Tournament played at São Paulo, Brazil.
  • Competition Results:-
  • Men’s singles
    Winner-Pablo Cuevas (Uruguay)
    Runners-up Albert Ramos Vinolas (Spain)
  • Men’s doubles
    Winner-Rogerio Dutra Silva and Andre Sa (both Brazil)
    Runners-up-Marcus Daniell (New Zealand) and Marcelo Demoliner (Brazil)

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