Tania Sachdev – Personal Information & Career Achievements

An Introduction to Tania Sachdev

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Tania Sachdev is one of the, if not the, very best female chess player in the entirety of India, and this fact is known all over India, as her playing prowess is known all over the nation. After an amateur career where she proved to be quite skilled, she turned professional, and went on to become one of the most well known names in Indian chess. One of the primary reasons for this is the fact that her skill in chess is indeed matched by very few players, and she has quite a lot of skill.

Currently, she is one of the very best players in the entire world, and has proved herself to be one of the great ones as she holds some of the highest ranks in the Chess field. She holds the title of Grandmaster in India, and is thus one of the greatest and most skilled chess players in the entirety of India, and also holds the rank of International Master. Having an understanding of chess that is quite unparalleled, and a deeper understanding of the various moves of chess, she is also a chess commentator. As she is undoubtedly one of the very best players in the entirety of India, she has played for India in the Women’s Chess Olympiads since 2008, and has always remained one of the very best players in the tournament, as she has steadily defeated her opponents with her deep understanding of the game and her skill.

One of the most amazing things about this awesome chess player is the fact that she has been playing chess from the age of 6, being introduced to the game by her parents. She proved to be quite a chess player from a young age, and won quite a lot of local and statewide championships.

Personal Information

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Tania Sachdev was born on 20th August, 1986, in Delhi, India, a diverse and modernized city that allowed to take part in all the chess tournaments, championships and competitions that she needed to in order to show her true best to the world.

She won the rank of Grandmaster in India in 2005, and this was one of the highest points of her career, as this title declares her to be the very best player in the entirety of India.

She holds the rank of International Master, which she proceeded to win back in 2008.

Her present FIDE Rating, which was determined in January 2019, is 2400, meaning that she is really one of the most talented players in current times.

Famous Tournaments Honored In

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Women’s Chess Olympiads: Tania has remained a regular for the Women’s Chess Olympiads team since 2008, and has remained one of the best players on the team.

2009 Asian Indoor Games: Again, Tania proved herself to be one of the very best chess players in India when she participated in the 2009 Asian Indoor Games. This was a quite important tournament for her, as she was quite honored in this tournament.

2006 Asian Games: When she invited to participate in the 2006 Asian Games, quite a lot of hopes were riding on her, as she has proven herself to be one of the very best chess players in the entirety of India. True to her skill, she proved to be one of the best players there, and outperformed quite a lot of players.

Honours and Medals

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Grandmaster: In 2008, she won the title of Woman Grandmaster for chess, and this proved her to be one of the very best players in the entirety of India, as the title of Grandmaster is quite rare and is only given to the finest players. She is the eighth Indian player to have been awarded this title.

National Women’s Premier Chess Championship: These tournaments are ones where Tania really has outperformed herself, and surpassed her limits to become the very best player present at them. She won this tournament for 2006, 2007 and 2008, a string of victories that remains uncontested and unmatched, and signifies her to be one of the very best players in the entire world, as very few players have won this tournament for three consecutive seasons.

Arjuna Award: Tania Sachdev was given the Arjuna Award for her immense efforts for India in chess, back in 2009. This remains one of her proudest achievements, as the Arjuna Award is a quite prestigious award.