Japan Open: Indian campaign ends in the form of Pranav Chopra / Sikki Reddy loses mixed doubles in cms

Pranaav Chopra/Sikki Reddy

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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