Trisa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand Title Day 1 Action

Malaysia Masters Badminton Live: After being disappointed at the Malaysian Open, the Indian shuttlers will want to make corrections this week as they prepare for the Malaysia Masters tournament, which starts on Tuesday, July 5th. PV Sindhu is the only Indian to be selected in this tournament. Saina Nehwal, HS Prannoy, Sameer Verma and Sai are the other Indian shuttlers who will be in action in the single part of the tournament. Follow the Malaysia Masters update on InsideSport.IN

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Tuesday match

Women’s doubles

Trisa Jolly / Gayatri Gopichand vs Parli Tan / Thinah Muralitharan – 4.10 pm

Pooja Dandu / Arti Sunil vs Gabriella Stoeva / Stephanie Stoeva – 4.50 pm

Ashwini Bhatt / Shikha Gautam vs Yuki Fukushima / Sayaka Hirota – 4.50 pm

Qualifier

Malvika Bansod vs. Goh Jin Wei

Wednesday match

Men’s singles

HS Romance vs. Shesar Rustavito

Made by Sai vs. Kevin Cordon

Sameer Verma vs. Chou Tien-chen

Female singles

Saina Nehwal vs. Kim Ga-eun

PV Sindhu vs. He Bing Xiao

Women’s doubles

Ashwini Ponnappa / Sikki Reddy vs Qualifier

Tuesday match

All England Badminton Semifinal Highlights: Gayatri Gopichand and Trisa Jolly lost to China's Xu Jian Zhang-Yu Zheng in straight sets
All England Badminton Semifinal Highlights: Gayatri Gopichand and Trisa Jolly lost to China’s Xu Jian Zhang-Yu Zheng in straight sets

On Tuesday, the Indian women’s doubles pair will begin their campaign. Trisa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand, who have been returning since the Swiss Open, will face Malaysia’s Parli Tan and Thinah Muralitharan.

India’s Pooja Dandu and Aarti Sunil, who qualified for the main draw after removing South Korea’s Bayek Ha-na and Lee Yu-rim, will face Hungary’s Stova sisters in the first round.

The other Indian pair of Ashwini Bhatt and Shikha Gautam will start their campaign by facing fourth pick Japanese Zuki Fukushima and Sayaka Hirota.

Wednesday match

Men’s singles

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Indonesia Open Badminton Live: HS Prannoy wins Rasmas Game live set, enters Indonesian Open semifinals

HS Romance vs. Bryce Leverage

HS is leading the men’s draw in the romance tournament and the 29-year-old, who is in good form this year, is looking to end his five-year wait to win the BWF title. He was runner-up at the Swiss Open this year and reached the semifinals at the Indonesian Open. After bidding farewell to the quarter-finals of the Malaysia Open, he now wants to do well in the Malaysia Masters.

He will face Bryce Leverage in the opening round. Leverage has entered the main draw, replacing Heseren Rustavito, who withdrew from the tournament.

Made by Sai vs. Kevin Cordon

Sai Praneeth was bad till 2022 as he has played seven matches this year in which he has so far won only one solo game. He is looking to get back to form and will start his Malaysian Masters campaign facing Kevin Cordon in the first round. The two players will face each other for the first time.

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Malaysia Open Badminton: Sai Praneeth and Sameer Verma out of first round of Malaysia Open

Sameer Verma vs. Chou Tien-chen

After missing a few tournaments this year due to injury, Samir Verma is looking to get back on track. His best performance this year is reaching the quarterfinals of the Swiss Open. In the Malaysia Masters, he faced a big challenge from World No. 4 Chou Tian-Chen in the first round. This is the third meeting between the two players and Verma has lost their previous two matches.

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Thomas & Uber Cup 2022: Encouraged, PV Sindhu says ‘No one is tough, everyone can lose’

PV Sindhu vs. He Bing Xiao

PV Sindhu is the only selected player of India in this tournament and in the first round, he fights with Ward No. 7 China’s He Bing Xiao. Sindhu dropped out of the quarterfinals of the Malaysia Open last week and will be looking to make a strong comeback in the tournament. Sindhu has won two titles this year and is looking to get her third.

Meanwhile, Chochuwong has had some impressive performances this year. He started the year by winning the German Open. He has won the Korea Masters and reached the semifinals of the Indonesian Open and Indonesia Masters.

The two players will face each other for the 19th time. Bing Xiao is 10-8 ahead in the head-to-head record. The last time they faced each other in the first round at the Indonesian Open this year was when Bing Xiao won the match in straight sets. Indus will face a tough challenge again.

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Commonwealth Games 2022: Star shuttler Saina Nehwal is likely to be dropped from the Asian Games, CWG because she withdrew from compulsory selection trials

Saina Nehwal vs. Kim Ga-eun

Saina Nehwal, who has endured a difficult year so far, is looking for a resurgence. The 2021 Olympic bronze medalist could not advance to the second round in any of the tournaments this year. After failing to cross the opening hurdle last week, he faced Kim Ga-un in the first round.

This will be the fifth meeting between the two players and their head-to-head record is currently tied at 2-2. They last met in a three-set match against Sindhu at the Thailand Open this year.

Women’s doubles

The Indian women’s doubles pair of Ashwini Ponnappa and N Sikki Reddy will face each other in a qualifier in their first round on Wednesday.

Where to watch Malaysia Masters 2022 Badminton Live in India? The Malaysia Masters 2022 Badminton Vote Select will be broadcast live. Coverage will start from the quarter-finals starting July 8th.

Round 1 and Round 2 matches will be streamed live on BWF’s official YouTube channel, BWF TV.

Malaysia Masters Badminton Live: Trisa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand Title Day 1 Action, Sindhu, Saina and Romance will launch on Day 2 – Follow Live Updates

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