|Residence||Columbia University, United States|
|Born||August 21, 1992|
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Weight||70 kg (150 lb)|
|Coached by||Cyrus Poncha|
|Website||@RamitTandon on twitter, ramit.tandon on Instagram|
|Highest ranking||No. 50 (April 2019)|
|Current ranking||No. 50 (April 2019)|
|Title(s)||4 PSA World Tour titles, Asian Junior Team Champions, 6 Junior National titles, Malaysian Junior Open|
|Tour final(s)||3 PSA World Tour finals, Asian Jr Individuals, World Cup U-21, PSA NY Open, PSA Malaysian Pro Circuit, German Junior, Pioneer Junior|
|Last updated on: April 2019.|
Ramit Tandon (born August 21, 1992 in Kolkata, India) is a professional squash player who represents India. He is ranked number 50 in the world and India #2(April 2019). He turned pro in November 2017 and has won 4 PSA tour titles since then. He represented India at the Gold Coast CWG 2018. As a junior he won 6 Junior National Titles, several international titles and ended his junior career as India #1, Asia #2 and world #5. He captained the Indian Junior Team to a historic Gold Medal beating Pakistan in the final match. He was also part of the U-21 World Cup Team that secured the Silver medal.
He passed out from La Martiniere Calcutta in 2011 and moved to the US to continue his education at Columbia University in the City of New York, where he was the captain of the squash team. He was ranked #2 in College Squash and he ended his college squash career winning the Skillman Award(given for sportsmanship and good conduct on and off the court). He was 4 times MVP at Columbia University and also won the Maniatty Award which is given to the best student-athlete. He graduated in 2015 with a BA in Statistics.
After completing university he worked in the finance industry for 2 years 2015-2017 before stepping into the professional squash world in 2017(http://www.espn.in/espn/story/_/id/23487132/how-hedge-fund-analyst-ramit-tandon-turned-top-100-squash-pro). He started with a ranking of 400 in May 2017 and has already had some impressive top 20 wins. 
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