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Asian Badminton Championship Live Streaming – Sindhu vs Bingjiao Live Streaming: PV Sindhu is the only remaining Indian in the singles event of the Asian Badminton Championships. Today, Sindh will face fifth seed He Bingjiao of China in the quarter finals of the tournament. The match is scheduled to start at half past noon. Follow InsideSport.IN for more updates.

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India live in the quarter finals of the Asian Badminton Championships

  • PV Sindhu vs He Bingjiao Live ১ 1:30 p.m.
  • Satwik & Chirag vs Aaron Chia and Soh Wooi Yik (MAL) 4:00 PM

Asian Badminton Championship Live: PV Sindhu will fight fifth seed Hi Bingjiao for a place in the semifinals – follow Sindhu vs Bingjiao live update

Indus vs Bingjiao Live – Road to the quarter finals and head to head.

  • Sindhu lost to Jasleen Hui in a straight set and entered the last 8.
  • 5th seed Bingjiao also won the date with Sindhu in her previous round by winning a straight set against Kisona Selvadurai of Malaysia.
  • Indus vs Bingjiao Head to Head
  • Both players have faced each other 16 times so far, with Bingjiao leading 9-7.
  • They last faced each other during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, and Sindhu won 21-12, 21-15. The upcoming contest between the fourth and fifth picks is expected to be a competition cracker.
  • Sindhu, who was close to being knocked out of the first round of the tournament’s fourth-seeded continental championship, was knocked out in the first round by Pi Yu Po of Chinese Taipei.
  • After losing the first set, he looked to lose with a score of 20-17 in the second set, but came back to win the third set as well as the second set to advance to the second round.
  • In the second round, she won 21-16, 21-16, and her best lead was Singapore’s unseeded Jasleen Hui.
  • Sindhu has had a good year so far as she has won two titles including Syed Modi International and Swiss Open.
  • Prior to the Asian Championships, he played in the Korea Open, where he lost to An Seong of Japan in the semifinals.
  • She is aiming to become the first Indian woman to win a gold medal in the Indus Continental Tournament.

  • Meanwhile, O Bingjiao defeated Aya Ohori of Japan by three sets in the first round of the Asian Championship.
  • He then lost to Malaysia’s Kisona Selvadure 21-16, 21-14.
  • Bingjiao has had a great year, winning the German Open and the recent Korea Masters.
  • He also reached the quarter-finals of the All England Championship.
  • He wants to win his first title in the continental tournament.

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Indus vs Bingjiao Head to Head

Both players have faced each other 16 times so far, with Bingjiao leading 9-7. They last faced each other during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, and Sindhu won 21-12, 21-15. The upcoming contest between the fourth and fifth picks is expected to be a competition cracker.

Asian Badminton Championship Live: PV Sindhu will fight fifth seed Hi Bingjiao for a place in the semifinals – follow Sindhu vs Bingjiao live update

Where to watch Indus vs Bingjiao live?

The Asian Badminton Championships will be streamed live on Sony Network India. Matches will be streamed live on Sony Ten 2 and Sony Ten 2 HD. Matches can be viewed on the Jio TV app as well as the Sony LIVE app.

The match is about to start 1.30 pm

Other matches

India’s third-seeded men’s doubles pair of Satviksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty will face fifth-seeded Malaysian pair of Aaron Chia and Soi Wei Ik in the quarterfinals.

Asian Badminton Championship Live: PV Sindhu will fight fifth seed Hi Bingjiao for a place in the semifinals – follow Sindhu vs Bingjiao live update

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