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Indian 'Super Moms' Competing At Asian Games

Returning to work after giving birth to a child is a difficult task but an increasing number of Indian athletes are now smashing stereotypes by continuing to compete. Perhaps the most well-known sporting moms in the country are legendary boxer Mary Kom and six-time Grand Slam winner Sania Mirza. Here's a look at the Indian mothers who will be competing at the Hangzhou Asian Games beginning on September 23.

Dipika Pallikal (Squash)

The poster girl of Indian squash, Dipika Pallikal has been a consistent performer for the country. She paired up with Joshna Chinappa to win India's first Commonwealth Games gold medal in squash in the Glasgow edition of CWG in 2014.

Her other accomplishments include several medals in World Championships, Commonwealth Games and Asian Games, besides becoming the first Indian woman to be ranked in the top 10.

In October 2021, she and her husband Indian cricketer Dinesh Karthik were blessed with twin boys -- Kabir and Zian. A few months later, Dipika was back in the squash court and went on to win the mixed doubles bronze medal at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games.

The Hangzhou Asian Games, where Dipika will compete in the mixed doubles event, are expected to be her swansong.

Koneru Humpy (Chess)

The Grandmaster is one of India's finest chess players. She became the youngest woman ever to achieve the Grandmaster title at the age of 15 years, one month, 27 days in 2002, and became the second female to exceed the 2600 Elo rating mark.

She gave birth to her daughter Ahana in 2017 following which she took a maternity break.

Humpy returned two years later to become the women's World Rapid champion in 2019 and was the runner-up in the FIDE Women's Grand Prix 2019-21 edition.

The 36-year-old will be