HS Prannoy loses in second round in Korea Open badminton tournament

The world’s best badminton player from India, HS Prannoy, was eliminated from the Korea Open tournament. Super 500 competition on Thursday after falling to Hong Kong’s Lee Cheuk Yiu in the second round.

In a fiercely contested match that lasted one hour and six minutes. World number 10 Prannoy, who was seeded fifth in the competition. Fell to his opponent who was eight places below him by the scores of 15-21, 21-19, and 18-21.

In another men’s singles match, world number four and top-seeded Kodai Naraoka of Japan put up a valiant fight against Priyanshu Rajawat. Before falling short 14-21 21-18 17-21 in a second-round encounter that lasted one hour and 22 minutes.

Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand, the second-seeded South Korean women’s doubles team. Fell to Na Ha Baek and Hee So Lee in the second round, losing 11-21 4-21 in just 33 minutes.

The same thing happened to the Indian mixed doubles team. Rohan Kapoor and Sikki Reddy, who fell 15-21, 12-21, in 35 minutes against the fourth-seeded Chinese team of Zhe Yan Feng and Ping Dong Huang.

Olympic medalists Kidambi Srikanth and PV Sindhu have both lost their first-round matches in the women’s and men’s singles events, respectively.

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