India Open: Lakshya Sen wins first India Open singles title This is the third Indian to win this award Lakshya sen won the india open badminton tournament beat world champion loh kean yew

India Open: Lakshya Sen wins first India Open singles title This is the third Indian to win this award Lakshya sen won the india open badminton tournament beat world champion loh kean yew

Lakshman Sen

India’s young badminton player Laxmi Sen made history by winning the men’s singles title at the India Open on Sunday. In the final, world champion Loh Keen Yu kissed the title by beating them 24-22, 21-17. This is the third Indian player to win the award. Prior to this, Prakash Padukone in 1981 and then Kidambi Srikanth won the first Super 500 Championship title in 2015. Laxman won the bronze medal at the World Championships last year. They now have this title in their bag.

The match proved to be a repeat of the final of the Dutch Open, played last year. Prior to this match, the record for both players was 2-2. Laxman has lost two of his last three matches against a Singaporean player. But Sunday’s game was a good one.

Rangireddy and Chirag Goo win
Earlier, India’s Satviksairaj Rangireddy and Chirag Shetty won the men’s doubles title. Playing under the HSBC BWF World Tour Tournament, the tournament was not only won by Indian partners but also put their top-ranked players under tremendous pressure. The second seed Indians saved five game points in the second game and won their second Super 500 title by defeating top seed Hendra Setiawan and Mohammed Ahsan 21-16, 26-24.

She is a Thailand player who won the women’s singles title
Earlier, Thailand’s second-seeded Busanan Ongbamrungfan defeated her country’s Supanida Katteong 22-20, 19-21, 21-13 to clinch the women’s singles title. Thailand’s Beniapa and Nuntakarn Amsard won the women’s doubles title, beating Russian Anastasia Acurina and Olga Morozova 21-13, 21-15, while Singapore’s husband-wife duo Hee Yong Kai Teri and Tan Wei Han finished third. In the mixed doubles final, Wei defeated No. 21 seed Chen Tang Jie and Peck Yen 21-15, 21-18.

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