BADMINTON – Most Amazing Top 10 https://www.mostamazingtop10.com Here You Get Top 10 News Thu, 23 Nov 2017 08:17:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8.3 Japan Open: Indian campaign ends in the form of Pranav Chopra / Sikki Reddy loses mixed doubles in cms https://www.mostamazingtop10.com/japan-open-indian-campaign-ends-in-the-form-of-pranav-chopra-sikki-reddy-loses-mixed-doubles-in-cms/ https://www.mostamazingtop10.com/japan-open-indian-campaign-ends-in-the-form-of-pranav-chopra-sikki-reddy-loses-mixed-doubles-in-cms/#respond Sun, 24 Sep 2017 18:32:48 +0000 https://mostamazingtop10.com/?p=359 India’s campaign ended in the Japan Open Superseries, when mixed doubles pair of Pranav Jerry Chopra and Sikki Reddy lost in the semi-final on Saturday morning. Pranav and Sikki had won the Saeed Modi Grand Prix Gold title in Lucknow this year, which lost the benefits of the game before going down from 21-14, 15-21, […]

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India’s campaign ended in the Japan Open Superseries, when mixed doubles pair of Pranav Jerry Chopra and Sikki Reddy lost in the semi-final on Saturday morning. Pranav and Sikki had won the Saeed Modi Grand Prix Gold title in Lucknow this year, which lost the benefits of the game before going down from 21-14, 15-21, 19-21 for the local pair of Takuru Hoki and Sayaka Hirota Had given.
During the 60-minute battle, the Indian pair won 7-4, which soon won the Japanese combo 9-9.
But Indians finally got the first gamer to catch up with a small burst.
Takuro and Syak changed the gear to another, and took the lead 4-1 before entering the break in 11-8. Pranav and Sikki reduced the deficit to 13-15, before the Japanese combo moved away from the game with the bounce back in the competition.
The turning point changed in a roller-coaster ride because both teams had teeth and nails 8-8, when the Japanese combo lifted the lead of 13-9. Despite the Indians breathing their neck, the hosts kept their noses ahead.

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Japan Open: Kidambi Srikanth, HS Prannoy crash out; Pranav Chopra-Sikki Reddy in semi-finals https://www.mostamazingtop10.com/japan-open-kidambi-srikanth-hs-prannoy-crash-out-pranav-chopra-sikki-reddy-in-semi-finals/ https://www.mostamazingtop10.com/japan-open-kidambi-srikanth-hs-prannoy-crash-out-pranav-chopra-sikki-reddy-in-semi-finals/#respond Sun, 24 Sep 2017 18:31:28 +0000 https://mostamazingtop10.com/?p=356 In the quarterfinals of Japan’s Open Super Series, India’s Kidambi Srikanth defeated Denmark’s Victor Axelas on Friday and converged mixed doubles pair of Pranav Jerry Chopra and N Sikki Reddy into the semi-finals. The 25-year-old, who won back-to-back titles in Indonesia and Australia, could not make it easier for the men’s singles quarter-finals to reduce […]

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In the quarterfinals of Japan’s Open Super Series, India’s Kidambi Srikanth defeated Denmark’s Victor Axelas on Friday and converged mixed doubles pair of Pranav Jerry Chopra and N Sikki Reddy into the semi-finals. The 25-year-old, who won back-to-back titles in Indonesia and Australia, could not make it easier for the men’s singles quarter-finals to reduce their easy errors by world number 2 and third-ranked Xcelon 17-21, 17-21. Competition lasted for 40 minutes, with this win, Axson enjoys head-to-head lead 3-2 on Srikanth in five meetings, who have won the last three dellies.
US Open champion HS Prannoy also suffered a 15-21 14-21 loss to Chinese second seed Shu Yuki in 45 minutes.
But Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold champion Pranav and Sikki beat Japan’s SongJai Seo and Kim Ha Na 21-18, 9-21, 21-19 in the next round with Japan’s Tukuro Hokey and Sayak Hirota, hoisting the Indian flag. Struggled.
Srikanth made many errors and lost the advantages of 16-13 and 9-6 in the first and second games respectively.
On the other hand, Excelson showed great grief and used his smashes to defeat the Indians.
In the inaugural game, Axson started the 4-1 lead. Srikanth captured the lead before being 4-4 ​​down, but Dane managed to reach 8-6 to score on the table, when his opponent made a mistake on the baseline, he got the net And then hit it for a long time.
The Indian caught a point after making an accurate return on the line, but Xelsen made it 10-7.
Srikanth once gave equality with Dane, who made some mistakes, but he got a lead of 11-10, when the Indian got the net again.
Shrikant started joining his rallies in rallies, forming some intense crossing strokes and mixing them with deception and starting his trademark smash under the leadership of 14-13.
The Indian was tight on the net but Dane once again struggled to match with a score of 16-16.
Axlson won a video referral and then showed good athleticism, so that the game was sealed before opening the cross-court smash which jumped to win two points.
In the second game, Srikant played some good rallies, changing the pace and getting a 5-4 lead. The Indian won a referral to gain a 6-4 lead, before getting 9-6 lead after his opponent got out and hit for a long time.
After finishing the net on the net, Srikanth gave Xlsen a chance and he took advantage of it to achieve equality on 9-9 with two precision smashes.
After returning to Srikanth’s head, Axelsen again won a straight jump smash and then secured an 11-10 lead at the interval.
After the break, Exxon went ahead with a 15-12 lead, before that Srikanth produced a straight jump smash to break the rhythm.
Dane produced some fantastic cross-court smashes and sharp slices, which led 18-14.
Srikanth won two points with a return of kiss in the net. Indians apologized and a great sportsshow was displayed on the net as two high feeds.
Ecclen quickly left another leap to three match points and when Srikanth scored a goal on the net and then returned from one hand, he removed the shuttle when he removed the shuttle.

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Highlights on Japan Open Badminton: Srikanth progressed with PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal out https://www.mostamazingtop10.com/highlights-on-japan-open-badminton-srikanth-progressed-with-pv-sindhu-saina-nehwal-out/ https://www.mostamazingtop10.com/highlights-on-japan-open-badminton-srikanth-progressed-with-pv-sindhu-saina-nehwal-out/#respond Sun, 24 Sep 2017 18:20:59 +0000 https://mostamazingtop10.com/?p=343 In Tokyo’s $ 325,000 Japan Open Super Series badminton, PV Sindhu defeated Nojomi Okhura in straight games in the second round of the women’s singles. It was his ninth career meeting and now Nojomi takes the lead of 5-4, Saina Nehwal, out of the defeat at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium, straight away from the Olympic […]

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In Tokyo’s $ 325,000 Japan Open Super Series badminton, PV Sindhu defeated Nojomi Okhura in straight games in the second round of the women’s singles. It was his ninth career meeting and now Nojomi takes the lead of 5-4, Saina Nehwal, out of the defeat at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium, straight away from the Olympic Champion Carolina Marin. Kidambi Srikanth and HS Prannoy won the men’s singles quarter-finals, while Sameer Verma lost in the second round. Get the highlight of the Japan Open Supercars Badminton here. (India vs Australia 2 ODI Live Update | Live Scorecard)

15:45 am IST: Hope you enjoy our coverage. Thank you.

15:40 am: Kidambi Srikanth and HS Prannoy do their business in the men’s singles on Friday, but it will be Pranav, Jerry Chopra and N Sikki Reddy who will take part in the last eight in mixed doubles.

15:35 am: Four Indian Quarter finals tomorrow

15:30 pm IST: Okay that from today it is that.

15:25 am IST: And it’s over! Saina lost to Carolina 16-21, 13-21!

15:21 am IST: Carolina is on the verge of victory

15:19 pm IST: Saina scores points for doubles, trails 10-17

15:16 am IST: Carlya is clearly pulling away and Saina can not do much to come back

15: 13 am IST: And Carolina made a lead of 11-7 on the mini-break!

15:11 pm IST: Marion is running again! Five straight points move forward 9-6

15:10 am IST: Marin took the lead 7-6 for the FIR in this game

15:09 AM IST: It looks like this game is going to wires

15:07 am IST: Carolina again closed the gap of 4-4!

15:05 AM IST: Saina has climbed 3-1 in the second game

15:03 AM IST: Bring game to 2!

15:00 am IST: Saina saved one, but Carolina shut the game on its second chance for a score of 21-16

15:00 am IST: In fact six straight points for Spand and they are at the point of the game!

14:59 am IST: Four straight points for Carolina and that’s ahead!

14:57 am IST: It has neck and neck accessories from both the former World No. 1

14: 12 am IST: Marine is not letting Saina escape with it and she has closed in 14!

14:52 AM: Five consecutive points for Saina before deferred for Carolina!

14:49 am IST: With a spectacular win from the sauna, to win three straight points and take the lead of 11-9!

14:45 am IST: But Saina is not easily leaving!

14:44 am IST: Spanish politician Olympic champions are moving slowly!

14:41 am IST: It’s just neck and neck between the two rivals!

14:39 am IST: Saina Nehwal has achieved the first match of the match!

14:38 am IST: Now two girls are getting hot!

14:37 am IST: Saina and Carolina are in court!

14:25 am IST: The biggest match between Saina and Carolina was the 2015 World Badminton Championship where Spand won directly in the game

14:22 am IST: Now we are not far from the match.

14:15 am IST: It’s going to be another exciting competition yet

14:02 am IST: Saina’s last win against Carolina was in Dubai in December 2015 during the SuperSaF Finals

13:57 am: The last time was in Indonesia twice, when Caroline had beaten Saina straight into the game

13:55 am IST: However, this will be their first meeting in 2017

13:50 am IST: Saina Nehwal leverages more than 4-3 in career meetings at Spandard

13:46 am IST: Eight meeting between Saina Nehwal and Carolina Marin will be held

13:35 [IST] Saina Nehwal will play her female singles in the second round against her fifth seeded Carolina Mirine

13:27 am IST: Saina Nehwal remains the last remaining Indian in the day’s game.

13:25 am IST: In the end, local player Nozomi Okhura is the fourth seeded PV. Sindhu beat 21-18, 21-8 in 47 minutes.

13:23 am IST: It is the second time in nine meetings between Indus and Nozomi that the match ends in the game directly

13:21 am IST: And he has lost it! Sindhu went down 18-21, 8-21 to Nozomi!

13:16 am IST: Nozomi Okura completely demolished PV Sindhu is another game!

13:14 am IST: This match is going away from the Indus! It is below 5-14

13:10 am IST: Pranav Jerry Chopra and N Sikki Reddy beat Japanese Yuki Yuki Kanakeo and Kohoru Yonmoto 21-13, 21-17 in 32 minutes to enter the mixed doubles quarterfinals.

13:08 am IST: At 9-3, in the second game there is a big lead of Nosomi and clearly in the driver’s seat

13:06 AM IST: Nozomi is running away from another game

13:04 am IST: Sindhu hit a six in the second game, but Nojomi won a point to expand his winning momentum.

13:02 am IST: PV Sindhu is below 0-3 in the second game! He will now need to fight or all will be lost

12:59 pm IST: What a battle! Okhara has won five straight points from 18-21 to win the first game 21-18!

12:12 am IST: Okhura won three straight points for lead in 19-18

12:12 pm IST: Stop it! This is 18-all!

12:55 am: It can be another epic contest yet

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PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal, both of which were stopped in the international badminton circuit on Thursday, were on Thursday in the second round of the $ 325,000 Japan Open Supercarsage in Tokyo, where Indians got their rivals on their rivals directly in the game. (Japan Open Highlights)

Silver medal winner of the Rio Olympic Games P.V. Sindhu was stopped by friend-cum-slavery Nozomi Okura, who defeated the Indian to advance to the quarter-finals. The Japanese girl, who was supported by a partisan mob, got the fourth seeded P.V. Beat Sindhu 21-18, 21-8 to beat Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium in just 47 minutes.

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Later, Olympic Champion and Carolina Mirine’s fifth player Saina Nehwal had to move ahead in 21 minutes, 21-16, 21-13 in 43 minutes. In both the games, Saina worked hard with her initially playing stroke, but got out due to the progress of the game.

This Spanish was twice the world champion’s fourth win, which was the fourth win in eight matches against the Indians, followed by the local player Akane Yamaguchi

 

In the second round of women’s singles in Japan’s Open Badminton, Saina Nehwal of India returned against Spain’s Carolina Marin. (AFP)
In other courts, when Kidambi Srikanth and HS Prannoy won straightforward, but to enter the last eight men’s singles, Samir Verma had to cut the dust in the second round.

Eighth seed Kidambi Srikanth beat Hong Kong’s experienced Hu Yun 21-12, 21-11 in 29 minutes, while HS Prannoy beat Hu Jen Hao of Chinese Taipei 21-16, 23-21.

Srikanth is facing a very difficult challenge against Denmark’s world champion Victor Accession, against whom Guntur has 2-2 records. Apart from this, Dane has won the last two meetings between them.

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On the other hand, Prannoy will face Chinese second seed Shu Yuki in the quarterfinals, who beat Samar Verma 10-21, 21-17, 21-15 in one hour and four minutes. Prannoy World No. 4 Yi has a head-to-head against 1-2 against the UK

After returning to the match in the Sindhu, it was Hyderabad’s fifth defeat against world champions in 9 outings. This year, two shuttleers have met four times and have 2-2 records.

However, unlike the recently held World Badminton Championships and Korea Open Super Series Finals, this second round match did not last till its billing.

It is so difficult that this competition was formerly between Indus and Nozomi, that it was only for the second time in nine games, which was not decided for the third game of the encounter. The first game was very close, and instead of the leadership of two girls, the league was the biggest player of the regular.

Under 16-18, suddenly Nozomi did not find anything to win five straight points and to remove the game from the Indus, which was similar to what he did in the World Championship in Glasgow last month.

Read | P.V. Indus says that the loss of World Championship has not been kept in mind during the Korea Open final.

World champion, who won the Japan Open in 2015, broke the Indus in the second game. Nozomi never gave the lead and offered any kind of resistance while increasing his desire with the Indus. Of the 68 points played in the match, Nojomi scored 42, while Sindhu could only score 26 runs.

Nozomi will take the next VIV BEE to Beijing Zhang, against which the Japanese has a 2-0 record.

Chopra-Sikki Advance

In mixed doubles, Pranav Jerry Chopra and N Sikki Reddy entered the quarter-finals after defeating Yuki Kanako and Kohroy Yonmoto in 32 minutes 21-13, 21-17. But some time ago, Indonesia’s fourth seed Praveen Jordan and Debu Susanto, in an hour and six minutes, defeated Satyasaraj’s ordering and Ashwini Ponnappa 29-27, 16-21, 21-12.

P.V. Indus matches with career best ranking

Despite the disadvantages, PV Sindhu matched the best place for her World Number 2 career because the Badminton World Federation (BWF) released its latest ranking on Thursday. In two places, Sindhu gave two points behind Chinese Taipei Tai Tzu Ying. Saina Nehwal retains her place at number 12. In men’s singles, Kidambi remained in Srikanth No. 8.

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