A month after participating in the 2019 FIBA 3x3 Fountask Nanjing Challenger, Amjyot Singh was back at it in Novi Sad, Serbia for another Challenger event.
Teaming up with his 3x3 teammates - Kiran Shastri, Inderbir Singh Gill, and Bikramjit Gill - Amjyot participated in the 2019 FIBA 3x3 Novi Sad Ultra Challenger, a qualifier event for the 3x3 Mexico World Tour Masters.
Delhi 3BL were grouped in Pool D along with Princeton (USA) and Zemun (Serbia).
Game 1 was a defensive contest with Zemun where Amjyot and his squad narrowly lost 15-13.
Defence ⚔️ played a major role in this low scoring tie with Zemun 🇷🇸 coming out with the W over Delhi #3BL 🇮🇳 15-13 at the Novi Sad Ultra Challenger 2019! #3x3 #3x3BL #3x3Challenger #3x3WT #3x3India #IndiaBasketball pic.twitter.com/Fs45Ia645a- 3X3BL (@3X3BL) May 25, 2019
Needing a win in the second game to qualify for the quarterfinals, Delhi 3BL went down to Princeton 21-14, bowing out of the competition in the group stages.
Similar to the team's participation in the earlier challenger at 2019 FIBA 3x3 Fountask Nanjing Challenger, Amjyot added another dunk to his highlight collection .
The #SikhFreak stamps his authority in Novi Sad 🔨 💪 @gill_amjyot @FIBA3x3 #3x3 #3x3BL #3x3India #3x3Challenger #3x3WT #IndiaBasketball pic.twitter.com/NrEWfkUni6- 3X3BL (@3X3BL) May 24, 2019
As the home team - Novi Sad - came away winners of the Challenger tournament while Delhi 3BL finished 11th among the 16 teams that participated.
Amjyot finished the tournament as the team's second-highest scorer with a total of eight points across the two games.