Indian Shuttlers lose Match Finals in Thomas and Uber Cup finals -by Ecork

India endured a difficult day in office with both male and female badminton teams suffering defeat in their final group match at the Thomas and Uber Cup finals in Bangkok on Thursday. While the men’s team put up a spirited fight before going down 1-4 to Chinese Taipei in Group C, the women’s shuttlers could not take a single game off Korea, spending a demoralizing 0-5 defeat in Group D However, the twins. the defeats will not be so significant as both teams have become their respective quarterfinals after making sure they have two-point safety on the side following two wins.

At the end of the quarter, Indian women will have to pull up their socks as they face Thailand.

For Indian women, it is a testament to the fact that the next two victories were against Canada and the US as they looked surprisingly similar against the highest opposition in Korea.

Olympic double PV Sindhu had a disappointing result as he fell to his fifth straight loss to world number four An Seyoung, who lost 15-21 14-21 this season in a slow competition, as India won the lead 0-1. .

The combination of Shruti Mishra and Simran Singi did not match for world number two Lee Sohee and Shin Seungchan, who dropped 13-21 12-21 in 39 minutes.

Aakarshi Kashyap was sent off 10-21 10-21 by world number 19 Kim Ga Eun as India dropped the score 0-3.

In the next two matches, Kim Hye Jeong and Kong Heeyong defeated Tanisha Crasto and Treesa Jolly 21-14 21-11, while Ashmita Chaliha lost 18-21 17-21 to Sim Yujin as Korea finished 5-0. drubbing of India.

Against Kannada Taipei, the Indian men’s team fought hard with HS Prannoy, Lakshya Sen and a pair of MR Arjun and Dhruv Kapila won a game but only Kidambi Srikanth could claim victory over his opponent.

World Championships bronze medalist Sen carries the big fight before losing 19-21 21-13 17-21 to world number four Chou Tien Chen in an hour and 20 minutes.

The world number 8 combination of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty could not overtake Lee Yang and Wang Chi-Lin, in 3rd place, losing 11-21 19-21 as India went 0-2.

World silver medalist Srikanth defeated the deceitful Tzu Wei Wang 21-19 21-16 in 53 minutes to keep India awake.


MR Arjun and Dhruv Kapila showed the score to fight as they saved four match points, only to go 17-21 21-19 19-21 against Lu Ching Yao and Yang Po Han in the second round match, as India won. a decision maker. 1-3 lead to Korea.

In the final, world number 23 HS Prannoy dropped 18-21 21-17 18-21 to world number 119 Lu Chia Hung in close proximity.

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