PV Sindhu Makes Winning Start, Moves Into Quarter-Finals | Sports News

PV Sindhu Makes Winning Start

PV Sindhu Makes Winning Start, Moves Into Quarter-Finals, one of the most anticipated men’s doubles matches of the day, second seed Chirag Shetty and Parnaav Jerry Chopra beat veterans V Diju and Rupesh Kumar KT  21-8, 18-21, 22-20 in Semifinals.

Dhruv Kapila and Krishna Prasad Garage, one of the most promising men’s doubles, defeating Deep RamBhaiya and Pratik Ranade 21-17, 21-14, held a meeting with top seed Arjun MR and Shlok Ramachandran who took care of Saurabh Sharma… And Rohan Kapoor 21-11, 21-18.

Kuhoo Garg and Anoushka Parikh won the women’s doubles with Agna Anto and Sneha Santhilal 21-10, 21-13. In the meantime, Manu Attri and Maneesha k defeated Saurabh Sharma and Anoushka Parikh 21-10, 21-16 to enter the mixed doubles semi-final.

PV Sindhu Makes Winning Start, Moves Into Quarter-Finals at National Championship

PV Sindhu started her search for the third title along with a victory at the 83rd  Senior National Badminton Championship in Guwahati on Thursday.PV Sindhu, who is the top seed, entered the Quater Finals by defeating the emerging star Malvika Bansod 21-11, 21-13. meanwhile, Harshil Dani showed the fourth seed and last Semifinalist Subhankar Dey in the 43rd minute 21-15, 21-17. Eighty-three world ranking competitions separated the 22-year-old and De, but there was hardly any difference that the 131th ranked Dani, barrage in order to attack the shots to exclude World No. 48 Day Built up.

In the women’s singles, Assam’s wonder kid Ashmita Chaliha of Assam got the fourth prize in this tournament, she needed to win in three games, 21-13, 15-21, 21-12 on Vaidei Choudhari. Third-seeded Shriyansi Pardeshi defeated Deepshikha Singh 21-3 21-7 while junior national champion Akarshi Kashyap defeated former champion Rituparna Das 21-18, 21-12. For more details visit www.indiatimelines.com.

PV Sindhu Makes Winning Start, Moves Into Quarter-Finals at National Championship, Sindhu started a slow start to find its rhythm. After the runners-up of India Games runner-up 0-4, world number 6 went into the match and came forward 11-7. The horror of unexpected errors in the pressure of Bansod did not help the youngster completely because the first game went to her highly accomplished opponent.

Maharashtra girl Neha Pandit continued her heroine with a 21-14, 21-13 win in 2018, Anura Prabhudesai in the Tata Open quarter-finals and her statue Vaishnavi Bhale gave Sai Uttejitha Rao Chukka 21-13, 21-15 Performed better than

While top-seeded doubles teams in all sections securely made the semi-finals, Manu Attri and K. Maneesha defeated second seed Saurabh Sharma and Anoushka Parikh in mixed doubles 21-10, 21-16.


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