After several weeks out with a shoulder problem that kept him out of the FedEx Cup play-offs, Anirban returned to action with an impressive showing in Germany. He took a share of 24th place in a week that was badly affected by the weather.
The players were unable to play practice rounds due to flooding and then a combination of fog and heavy rain saw the tournament reduce to 54 holes.
Despite the frustration, Anirban shot rounds of 68, 68 and 67 to finish strongly.
Speaking during the build-up to the tournament, Anirban said: “My schedule has been messy this year. The focus was to play predominantly in America and to go all the way to the end of the play-offs but then I got injured around July and I played hurt for a couple of weeks and decided I had to stop.
“I’m close to 100 per cent. I had a minor shoulder injury, nothing torn or broken, but it was being caused by a nerve pinch in the lower neck. The shoulder is much stronger and is where it should be.”