Kazakhstan International Challenge: Five Indian badminton players including Anmol Kharab in quarter finals

Kazakhstan International Challenge: Five Indian badminton players including Anmol Kharab in quarter finals


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Apart from Anmol, Devika Sihab, former national champion Anupama Upadhyay, seventh seed Tanya Hemant and Isharani Barua made it to the last eight in women’s singles. Defending national champion Anmol defeated UAE’s Noorani Ratu Azahra in the second round by 21. 11, 21. Defeated by 7. Now she will face Sorano Yoshikawa of Japan.

Astana. Five Indian players, including young badminton player Anmol Kharb, reached the quarter-finals of the Kazakhstan International Challenge. Apart from Anmol, Devika Sihab, former national champion Anupama Upadhyay, seventh seed Tanya Hemant and Isharani Barua made it to the last eight in women’s singles. Defending national champion Anmol defeated UAE’s Noorani Ratu Azahra in the second round by 21. 11, 21. Defeated by 7. Now she will face Sorano Yoshikawa of Japan.

Sihag, who reached four finals this year and won two International Challenge Khijab, defeated Keisha Fatima Azahra of Azerbaijan by 21. 12, 21. Defeated by 12. She will now face compatriot Anupama, who defeated Tereza S of Czech Republic. Seventh seed Tanya defeated Israel’s Ksenia Polikarpova by 21. 11, 21. Beat by 18. Now she will play compatriot Isharani who defeated Tifanie Ho of New Zealand at 21. 10, 20 Defeated by 14. In mixed doubles, Rohan Kapoor and Rutwija Gade, Abhyudaya Chaudhary and Vaishnavi Khadkekar, Sanjay Srivatsa and Manisha K and Alisha Khan and Jhakuo Seyi also reached the quarterfinals.

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