#PanasonicOpenIndia Rd 3: What they said

Shiv Kapur (Ind) Third round 69 (-3), Total 203 (-13)
It was a hard fight and I didn’t have my A game by any means. It was a B- at best. I was really struggling off the tees and it was a real battle out there. I hit it into the bush on the first and made a bogey. I hit it again into the bush on 11 and made a double there. So it was nice to finish with an eagle and salvage something out from the day. It was one of those days where I showed lots of grit and character. I’m very proud of myself.

Paul Peterson (Usa) Third round 70 (-2), Total 203 (-13)
I tried to stay patient as best as I could and I glad it paid off with that eagle again on 18. I got off to a great start with an eagle and it feels really good to start the round well and end it well too. I’m trying to get my first Asian Tour win and patience will be the key for me tomorrow. Not many guys made putts in our group and it just goes to show how tough it is out there on the greens. You can hit good putts that can’t go in here. There’s no point getting yourself down after hitting a bad shot because the guys playing next to you can easily hit one out as well.

S.S.P. Chawrasia (Ind), Third round 69 (-3), Total 205 (-11)
I’m feeling confident. I’m playing well and I’m looking forward to the final day tomorrow. I know this course well and I’m not too far off the lead. The way I see it, if you can shoot six-under or better, you’ll stand a good chance of winning.

Thaworn Witatchant, Third Round 68 (-4) Total 206 (-10)
Everything depends on your first shot on the tee. If you hit it well, everything will go smoothly. But if you hit a poor one, you’ll be in trouble. All it takes is just one bad shot here so you got to be very focused and careful. The Indians obviously have an advantage here as they get to play here more than us. But it also all comes down to your own self-belief. I’ve won at the Delhi Golf Club before so why can’t I do it again.