Thailand Open 2021: Saina Nehwal-Kidambi Srikanth reaches second round

India’s star badminton contestant Saina Nehwal and former world primary Kidambi Srikanth entered the second round of the Men’s Singles of Thailand Open Super 1000 event on Wednesday. Saina defeated Malaysia’s Selvadure Kassan 21-15 21- 15 and now she can face Thailand’s Busanan Ongboomrungfan. Saina was pressured to back down from the incident as a result of the Kovid-19 constructive on Tuesday, though later arrived here to learn about the damage and to allow Badminton Tech Federation officials and medical doctors to attend Thanked

Saina said after the match was profitable that yesterday, I had found Kovid-19 to be creative after taking the PCR, though I had already informed her that I had Kovid-19 in the final man, so my There are antibodies inside. I tried to convince the medical doctors and after looking at my blood X-ray, the doctor said that I am effective and I am not Kovid-19. He said that I am grateful to the medical doctors, BWF and all those who prescribed me to play. It was a tiring day but I was glad that I was in a position to play the match.

Thailand Open: P Kashyap of India retires in first round

Earlier, it took just 31 minutes for Srikanth to defeat compatriot Saurabh Verma 21-12 21-11. Former Commonwealth Games champion Kashyap needed to retire during the match. He was trailing 8–14 within the third recreation when his muscles were stretched. He had falsified the primary recreation 9–21 for Jason Anthony Ho Shou of Canada, though returned to another recreation 21–13. Srikanth will now take on eighth seed Ji Jia Li of Malaysia, who defeated another Indian HS Prannoy 13-21 21-14 21-18.

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Sameer Verma crashed after trailing Indonesia’s Cesar Hiren Rustavito 15-21 17-21. Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty regained the men’s doubles after Korea’s Kim Ji Jung and Lee Yong Dae played again in 19-21 21-16 21-14. Arjun M Ramachandran and Dhruv Kapila were defeated by Malaysia’s Ong Yu Sin and Tiyo Yi 13-21, 21-8, 24-22. The men’s doubles pair of Manu Attri and B Sumit Reddy defeated Thailand’s Veerafat Fakharjung and Wongsthorne Thongkham in the opening round 19-21 14-21. In the joint doubles, N Sikki Reddy and Sumit Reddy B lost badly to Chung Man Tang and Yong Sut 20-22 17-21 within the first round.

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