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Indian girls bow out of Uber Cup badminton after dropping to Japan in quarters

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Indian women bow out of Uber Cup badminton after losing to Japan in quarters

The Indian girls’s badminton workforce crashed out of the Uber Cup after dropping to Japan within the quarterfinals right here on Thursday whereas the boys accomplished their group engagements within the Thomas Cup with a defeat to China.
The males’s workforce, which is already by to the quarterfinals, suffered a 1-4 defeat of their final group match, setting them up towards Denmark within the last-eight stage on Friday.
Competing with out high stars like Olympic medallist P V Sindhu and hampered by the injury-forced ouster of Saina Nehwal, the Indian girls had been outplayed by their Japanese opponents, who claimed the tie by establishing a 3-0 benefit.
Malvika Bansod was no match to world No. 5 Akane Yamaguchi as she misplaced 12-21 17-21 within the first match that lasted 34 minutes.
The pair of Tanisha Carsto and Rutaparna Panda then suffered an 8-21 10-21 defeat towards the duo of Yuki Fukushima and Mayu Matsumoto as Japan took a 2-0 lead.
It was the identical story for Aditi Bhatt as she was outplayed 16-21 7-21 in simply 29 minutes within the second singles by Sayaka Takahashi as Japan sealed the best-of-five tie.
In the Thomas Cup match, solely the doubles pair of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty may handle a win within the males’s workforce championship tie as they beat He Ji Ting and Zhou Hao Dong 21-14 21-14 in a 41-minute contest.

In sports activities, you both win or study!#StaffIndia bows out of #UberCup2020 however nice show of badminton by 🇮🇳 girls & lot of learnings for kids.
We will bounce again stronger 💪🏻#ThomasUberCup2020#Badminton pic.twitter.com/rRS8brKA9z
— BAI Media (@BAI_Media) October 14, 2021
The win by Rankireddy and Shetty duo boosted the arrogance of the Indian workforce after a struggling Kidambi Srikanth started the day for India with a 12-21 16-21 loss to Shi Yu Qi in 36 minutes.
Sameer Verma gave a troublesome struggle to Lu Guang Ju however finally misplaced his singles match 21-14 9-21 22-24 after one hour and 23 minutes as India trailed 1-2.

The different doubles pair of M R Arjun and Dhruv Kapila went down preventing 24-26 19-21 to Liu Cheng and Wang Yi Lyu in 52 minutes earlier than Kiran George misplaced to Li Shi Feng 15-21 17-21 within the 43-minute singles match.

The defeat towards China was the primary for the boys’s workforce within the event.
It had overwhelmed the Netherlands 5-0 on Sunday earlier than notching up a victory towards Tahiti by an equivalent margin on Tuesday to qualify for Thomas Cup quarterfinals for the primary time since 2010.