Saurav Ghosal is a professional squash player from India and currently ranked No.24 in the world. n 2004, Saurav became the first Indian ever to win the coveted British Junior Open Under-19 Squash title, defeating Adel El Said ofEgypt in the final at Sheffield, England. Saurav moved to Chennai after completing his school and was based at the ICL squash academy in Chennai. Saurav is the current Indian national champion after he defeated Gaurav Nandrajog at the National Championships 2006 in New Delhi. As of May 2010, his PSA world rank is 27. Saurav won the bronze medal at the Asian Games 2006 Doha and was awarded the Arjuna Award by the President of India in August 2007. Saurav started playing squash in his hometown of Kolkata, at the Kolkata Racquet Club. He did his schooling from Lakshmipat Singhania Academy, before moving to Chennai to join the ICL Squash Academy. Ghosal has numerous firsts to his credit, the first Indian to be ranked junior World No one, the first to bag the junior National championship three years in a row and in December 2006, he won the country the first medal in squash in the Doha Asian Games. His first major title was the German Open (U-17) in May 2002 and he won the Dutch Open two months later.