The Indian girls’s badminton crew sailed into the knockout stage of the Uber Cup after humbling USA 4-1 in a lopsided Group D match in Bangkok on Tuesday. India, who had defeated Canada 4-1 of their opening tie, notched up a second successive win to cement their place within the prime two spots of their group to qualify for the quarterfinals.
The Indian males’s crew earned its second successive win yesterday, blanking Canada 5-0 in a gaggle tie to qualify for the knockouts of the Thomas Cup in Bangkok on Monday. With this end result, the Indian crew, which defeated Germany by an analogous 5-0 margin on Sunday, is for certain to complete within the top-2 in Group C and thus qualify for the quarterfinal.
P V Sindhu as soon as once more lead the proceedings with a cushty 21-10 21-11 win over Jennie Gai in simply 26 minutes. The doubles pair of Tanisha Crasto and Treesa Jolly then beat Francesca Corbett and Allison Lee 21-19 21-10 earlier than Aakarshi Kashyap notched up a 21-18 21-11 victory over Esther Shi as India took an unassailable 3-0 lead.
The younger doubles pair of Simran Singhi and Ritika Thaker then went down combating to Lauren Lam and Kodi Tang Lee 12-21 21-17 13-21 to salvage some satisfaction for USA, although the Indian pair seemed spectacular as soon as once more. In the ultimate match, Ashmita Chaliha prevailed 21-18 21-13 over Natalie Chi to wrap up the match for India by a 4-1 scoreline.
The Indian girls’s crew, which has gained two bronze medals previously, will subsequent face a tricky contest towards South Korea on Wednesday of their final group match, aiming for prime spot within the group.
In the lads’s contest, World Championships silver medallist Kidambi Srikanth fought again from a sport all the way down to beat Brian Yang 20-22, 21-11, 21-15 in 52 minutes to present India the lead.
The doubles pair of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty then wanted simply 29 minutes to beat Jason Anthony Ho-Shue and Kevin Lee earlier than world No 23 HS Prannoy gained his singles match towards BR Sankeerth 21-15, 21-12 to make it 3-0 and clinch the tie for India.
The second doubles pair of Krishna Prasad Garaga and Vishnuvardhan Goud Panjala then beat Dong Adam and Nyl Yakura in 21-15, 21-11 in 34 minutes. The rout was accomplished when Priyanshu Rajawat, who got here rather than Lakshya Sen, beat Victor Lal in three video games, 21-13, 20-22, 21-14 within the third males’s singles which lasted 52 minutes.
The Indian males’s crew is trying to find its first medal on the event. No Indian males’s crew has ever reached the semifinals of the Thomas Cup.
India will play its last group C match towards Chinese Taipei on Wednesday, which is anticipated to be the hardest competitors for the crew. It may also determine the group toppers.
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