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reportbadminton4 years ago

Prannoy wins Swiss Open to keep Olympic hopes alive

HS Prannoy produced an impressive performance in the final of the Swiss Open to win the crown after defeating 32-year-old German shuttler Marc Zwiebler 21-18, 21-15 at St. Jakobshalle in Basel on Sunday. The win also keeps the 23-year-old's slim hope of qualifying for the Rio Olympics alive.
Amlan Majumdar
reportbadminton4 years ago

Swiss Open : Prannoy advances to final; Saina crashes out

H S Prannoy entered the final of the Swiss Open ousting Tzu Wei Wang after saving three match points in a cliffhanger of an encounter today. However, Saina Nehwal, who has slumped to No. 6 in the world rankings, continued her downward trend losing to Wang Yihan of China in straight sets.
Arun S Kaimal
reportbadminton4 years ago

Swiss Open: Saina, Prannoy storm into semis; Sindhu crashes out

Two-time champion Saina Nehwal and H S Prannoy progressed to the semi-final of the Swiss Open Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament on Friday after tough encounters in the quarters. However, P V Sindhu crashed out of the tournament in the quarters after losing to He Bingjiao in straight games.
Amlan Majumdar
reportbadminton4 years ago

Swiss Open: Birthday girl Saina, Sindhu, Prannoy through to quarters

Saina Nehwal celebrated her birthday in style with a straight-sets win, while PV Sindhu and HS Prannoy also booked their places in the quarters of the Swiss Open on Thursday. But it was H S Prannoy who produced the performance of the day, as he ousted the higher-ranked Rajiv Ouseph 21-13, 21-18.
Amlan Majumdar
reportbadminton4 years ago

Swiss Open: Saina, Sindhu advance to pre-quarters

Two-time champion Saina Nehwal and P V Sindhu entered the pre-quarters of the Swiss Open GPG badminton tournament in Basel on Wednesday. Top seed Saina saw off Germany’s Karin Schnaase 21-7 21-15, while Sindhu beat Ireland’s Chole Magee 21-19 21-10 in the opening round of the tournament.
Arun S Kaimal
reportbadminton4 years ago

Swiss Open: Jayaram, Prannoy cruise through to round 2

The Indian contingent made a bright start to their Swiss Open campaign on Tuesday, as Ajay Jayaram, HS Prannoy, Sameer Verma and Sai Praneeth won their respective first round matches with relative ease. Sai Praneeth had the toughest encounter as Mathias Bonny nearly handed over a shock exit to him.
Amlan Majumdar