Singapore's badminton world champion Loh Kean Yew loses in India Open final

17/1/2022 3:48:00 AM

Singapore's badminton world champion Loh Kean Yew loses in India Open final

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Singapore's badminton world champion Loh Kean Yew loses in India Open final

SINGAPORE - National shuttler Loh Kean Yew experienced his first defeat as world champion when he was beaten 24-22, 21-17 by India's world No. 17 Lakshya Sen in the India Open final on Sunday (Jan 16). In the 54-minute clash between two young rising stars at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, 20-year-old Sen produced better defence and fewer unforced errors...

BadmintonphotoSINGAPORE - National shuttler Loh Kean Yew experienced his first defeat as world champion when he was beaten 24-22, 21-17 by India's world No. 17 Lakshya Sen in the India Open final on Sunday (Jan 16).In the 54-minute clash between two young rising stars at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, 20-year-old Sen produced better defence and fewer unforced errors to seal victory at the US$400,000 (S$539,000) event in New Delhi and claim his third win over Loh in five encounters.

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The Straits Times Badmintonphoto SINGAPORE - National shuttler Loh Kean Yew experienced his first defeat as world champion when he was beaten 24-22, 21-17 by India's world No.Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.SINGAPORE — Singapore’s Loh Kean Yew is through to the final of the India Open badminton tournament after his opponent withdrew from their semi-final match on Saturday (Jan 14).LinkedIn SINGAPORE: World champion Loh Kean Yew lost to India’s Lakshya Sen in the men's singles final at the India Open on Sunday (Jan 16).

17 Lakshya Sen in the India Open final on Sunday (Jan 16). In the 54-minute clash between two young rising stars at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, 20-year-old Sen produced better defence and fewer unforced errors to seal victory at the US$400,000 (S$539,000) event in New Delhi and claim his third win over Loh in five encounters. Currently ranked world No. This was Sen's 10th career title and first Super 500 triumph, the fourth tier of the Badminton World Federation World Tour circuit and the Indian received a US$30,000 winner's cheque, while world No. The championship in New Delhi has been hit by Covid-19, with several players withdrawing in recent days after testing positive. 15 Loh took home US$15,200.17 Lakshya Sen of India or world No. The Singaporean, 24, will be disappointed to miss out on his second Super 500 and eighth career title, but to put things in perspective, he had won his first Super 500 event only last November at the Hylo Open in Germany. The 40-minute match saw Hee and Tan winning 21-15, 21-18.

A month later, he stunned the fraternity by winning the BWF World Championships in Huelva, Spain where Sen claimed the joint-bronze. 16) in the Men's Singles Final match. “The player returned a positive result to a mandatory RT-PCR test conducted on Friday,” the Badminton World Federation announced in a news release on Saturday, although it did not name the player. Despite the defeat, Loh is expected to rise to a career-high world No. 12 in the rankings that will be released on Tuesday, while Sen should move up to 13th. 2021. Earlier, Singapore's world No.” There was also a walkover in the women’s doubles event. 182 pair Terry Hee and Tan Wei Han picked up their first Super 500 mixed doubles title after beating Malaysia's 40th-ranked duo Chen Tang Jie and Peck Yen Wei 21-15, 21-18 in the final. 40), withdrew from the tournament after falling ill,.

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