Tokyo Olympics: India’s Sai Praneeth Crashes Out Of Men’s Singles Badminton After Losing To Mark Caljouw

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Tokyo Olympics: B Sai Praneeth in action against Mark Caljouw of the Netherlands.© AFP

India shuttler Sai Praneeth lost his second Group D match against Mark Caljouw of the Netherlands in the Tokyo Olympics at the Musashino Forest Plaza Court 3 on Wednesday. Caljouw defeated Praneeth 21-14, 21-14 in straight games. With this loss, Praneeth has failed to qualify for the next stage as he lost both his group stage matches. In the first game, Praneeth was the one in the lead, but Caljouw staged a comeback and he took the first game 21-14.

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A similar story unfolded in the second game, as Praneeth was not able to capitalise on a good start, and in the end, he ended up losing the match in straight games.

Earlier on Wednesday, star shuttler PV Sindhu defeated Hong Kong’s Ngan Yi Cheung in her second Group J match of the Olympics at the Musashino Forest Plaza Court 2 on Wednesday.

Sindhu defeated Ngan Yi Cheung in straight sets 21-9, 21-16 to cruise into the elimination round of women’s singles.

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Elsewhere on Tuesday, India men’s doubles pair of Chirag Shetty and Satwiksairaj Rankireddy defeated Great Britain’s duo of Ben Lane and Sean Vendy in a crucial final Group A Play Stage game.

The Indian duo defeated Lane and Vendy 21-17, 21-19 in their final group stage match.

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