New Delhi [India]Nov. 29 (ANI): Top-seeded Unnatihudha dominates as seven Indians win matches at the Badminton Asia U-17 U-15 Junior Championships 2022 in Nonthaburi, Thailand on Tuesday. We started the campaign in the form of
Odisha Open champion Unnati defeated Misato Sasaki of Japan 21-11 21-5 in 24 minutes in the U-17 Women’s Singles Round of 64 match. Her Japanese counterparts were no match for her. Unnati will face Indonesia’s Dea Nur Fadilla in tomorrow’s round of 32, a Badminton Association of India (BAI) release said.
In another U-17 women’s singles match, Anmol Kab won both contests and advanced to the round of 32. She beat Singapore’s Chu Jay her Jennifer 21-11 21-14 and Indonesia’s Wenning her Sabrina 21-19 21 she beat. -10.Anmol will play Thai girlfriend Ratnacha Sompoch tomorrow.
Sampriti Palu faced a tough challenge from Indonesia’s Keira Indrian in the U-15 Women’s Singles Round of 128 match. The Indian shuttle player won the first game she won 21-12, but lost the plot in the second game, losing 7-21, and came back in the third game where she won 21-15. , closed out the match in the 48th minute. She will face Japan’s Ria Haga in the next round on Wednesday.
Jiya Rawat lost to Thailand’s Pelaya Wechawong 11-21, 21-14, 21-10 in the U-17 Women’s Singles Round of 64 match.
In the U-15 men’s singles first round, three Indian players – Abhinav Gag, Anish Topani and Mohammad Ali Mir – won their respective matches to advance to the round of 64.
Abhinav and Anish won three matches against Thailand’s Chinnapat Sempan and Japan’s Mahiro Matsumoto respectively, while Mohammad beat Sri Lanka’s Mihira Jayaweera 21-19-21-14. All three have their next match tomorrow.
In the U-17 men’s singles section, Dhruv Negi beat Singapore’s Nge Joo Jin 21-19 19-21 21-17 in a close 43-minute battle. Ansh Negi on the other hand he lost 20-22 21-16 12-21. He will face Japan’s Shota Nazuka in the Round of 64.
Two more Indians will be active later today. In the U-17 men’s singles section, Neer Nehwal will face Singapore’s girlfriend Zi Shun Kat, while Bornil Aakash Changmai and her Shantipriya Hazarika will also face off in round 64 of her U-15 mixed doubles. (Ani)
http://www.singaporestar.com/news/273135967/unnati-hooda-six-other-indians-win-matches-at-badminton-asia-junior-championships Unnati Hooda, six other Indians win matches at Badminton Asia Junior Championships