HS Prannoy loses in second round in Korea Open badminton tournament

India’s HS Prannoy, the top badminton player in the world, was disqualified from the Korea Open badminton competition. After losing to Hong Kong’s Lee Cheuk Yiu in the second round, the Super 500 tournament was held on Thursday.

In a match that lasted one hour and six minutes and was hotly contested. HS Prannoy, ranked 10th in the world, entered the Korea Open badminton championship as the fifth seed. eight positions below him, losing to his opponent by the scores of 15-21, 21-19, and 18-21.

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Kodai Naraoka of Japan, the fourth-ranked and top-seeded player in another men’s singles event, fought valiantly against Priyanshu Rajawat. Prior to losing in a second-round match that lasted one hour and 22 minutes, 14-21, 21-18, and 17-21.

South Korean women’s doubles duo Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand, the second-seeded combination. In the second round, he was defeated by Na Ha Baek and Hee So Lee, losing 11-21 4-21 in only 33 minutes.

The Indian mixed doubles team experienced the same situation. In 35 minutes, Rohan Kapoor and Sikki Reddy lost to the fourth-seeded Chinese combination of Zhe Yan Feng and Ping Dong Huang (15-21, 12-21).

Olympic medalists in the men’s and women’s singles competitions, Kidambi Srikanth and PV Sindhu, both dropped their opening-round games.

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