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Singapore Open Badminton Live – Romance vs Tien-Chen Live: India’s shuttler PV Sindhu came from behind to beat Vietnam’s Nguyen Lin 19-21, 21-19, 21-18 in three games in the quarterfinals of the Singapore Open on Thursday. In another fight for the quarter-finals, young Mithun Manjunath was knocked out by Ireland’s Nat Gwen in a hard 3 setter. Manjunath lost 10-21, 21-18, 16-21: Follow the Singapore Open live update on InsideSport.IN

Days later, HS Prannoy, Saina Nehwal, Asmita Chalihara will be looking for a place in the quarter finals of the tournament.

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India in the Singapore Open badminton on Thursday

Men’s singles

Mithun Manjunath Lost Nat Nguyen 10-21, 21-18, 16-21

HS Romance vs. Chou Tien-Chen – Running

Female singles

PV Indus Trails Nguyen Lin- 19-21, 21-19, 21-18

Asmita Chaliha vs Han U – 8.45 am

Saina Nehwal vs He Bing Xiao – 10.30 am

Men’s doubles

Music Library Arjun / Kapila vs. Goh / Izzuddin 9.50 am

Women’s doubles

Dandu / Sunil vs. Do U / Lee Wenmei – 10.30 am

Mixed doubles

Nithin / Ram vs Lamphus / Lohau – 8.45 am

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Singapore Open 2022: Prannoy HS, Ashmita Chaliha launches winning campaign, eliminates Thai opponent

Mithun Manjunath vs. Nat Gwen

Mithun Manjunath, who is a pick of the tournament, entered the main draw and faced world number 11 Kidambi Srikanth in the first round. World No. 77 beat Srikanth 21-17, 15-21, 21-18 and advanced to the second round. Mithun was a runner-up in the Orleans Masters this year and reached the semifinals of Syed Modi International earlier this year. He now faces Nat Gwen of Ireland. Nguyen, meanwhile, defeated Igor Coelho of Brazil 21-12, 20-22, 21-16 in the first round. The two players will face each other for the first time.

The third game

21-18 to Manjunath, Manjunath won the second game 21-18.

11-8 Manjunath, Manjunath entered the gap with a lead of three points.

The second game

October 21 from Nguyen, Nguyen won the first game 21-10.

11-6 from Nguyen, Nguyen entered the break with an 11-6 lead

The first game

HS romance vs. Chou Tien Chen

HS Romance is now the highest ranked Indian male shuttler in singles fights in the tournament. World No. 19 in form will face a tough challenge against World No. 4 Chou Tien Chen in the second round. Romance defeated Thailand’s Sithikom Thammasin in straight sets in the first round, while Chou Tien Chen defeated Lu Guangzhou 26-24, 21-17 in the first round. The two players will face off for the seventh time in their careers, leading Chinese Taipei 4-2 on a head-to-head record. Romance, however, won their last competition at the Malaysia Open this year by winning a straight game match.

Female singles

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PV Sindhu vs Nguyen Thui Lin

21-18 Indus, Sindhu won the third set and defeated Nuen Lin to reach the quarter finals.

11-9 Indus, Sindhu entered the third game with an advantage of two points.

The third game

21-19 Indus, Sindhu won the second game in a close contest and took the match as decisive.

The second game

19-21 Indus, Indus first set 19-21.

18-19 Indus, Sindhu fails to collect a drop shot as he lets his opponent take the lead back.

13-12 Indus, Sindhu took the lead and Lin hit the net.

12-12 Indus, Sindhu was finally able to equalize the score after falling behind in the game.

11-9 Indus, Sindhu enters the interval two points behind.

PV Sindhu started the tournament on a positive note as he defeated Liane Tan of Belgium in a straight set in the first round. He is now India’s only selected player in the World No. 7 tournament and will face Nguyen Thui Lin in the second round. Nguyen reached the second round by winning 21-18, 14-21, 21-15 games against Iris Wang.

Sindhu has won two titles this year and is looking to get her third. Meanwhile, this is the second tournament of Nuen Thuy this year. Both players will play against each other for the first time in their careers.

Asmita Chaliha vs. Han U.

Asmita Chaliha, the qualifier of the tournament, shocked the first round by defeating seventh seed Busanan Ongbamrungfan in the first round. Chaliha won the match 21-16, 21-11 and advanced to the second round. He will now face He Yu of China in the second round. Han Yu defeated Indonesia’s daughter Kusuma Wardani 21-14, 21-16 in the first round to win the first round. Now both the players will be eyeing to reach the quarter finals.

Saina Nehwal vs. He Bing Xiao

Saina Nehwal is looking to reach her first quarter-final of a tournament on the BWF Tour this year but will face a tough task as she battles fifth-seeded He Bing Xiao. She defeated Bing Xiao Fitapporn Chiwan in a straight game in the first round, where Saina Nehwal defeated former compatriot Malvika Bonsod 21-18, 21-14 in the first round. This will be the second meeting between the two players and Nehwal is leading 1-0 against the Chinese.

Double

In the men’s doubles, India’s Dhruv Kapila and MR Arjun will face Malaysia’s sixth-seeded pair of Goh Seje Fei and Nur Izzuddin in the second round. In the women’s doubles, Pooja Dandu and Aarti Sunil, who got a wallover in the first round, will compete against sixth-seeded Signage pair Du Yu and Lee Wenmei.

Meanwhile, the mixed doubles pair of Nithin HV and Purvisha Ram will face Mark Lamphus and Isabel Lohau in the second round.

Singapore Open Badminton Live: Sindhu, Romance and Saina Nehwal Second Round of Action at Singapore Open Badminton Title – Follow Live Updates

Where to look Singapore Open 2022 Badminton live in India? The Singapore Open 2022 Badminton will be broadcast live in English on Voot Select. Coverage will begin in the quarter-finals starting July 15. However, the first two round matches will be broadcast live on BWF TV.

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