Malaysia Open Badminton Live: Sai Praneeth vs Ginting 1-1: Live Follow

Malaysia Open Badminton Live – Made vs Ginting Live: Malaysia Open Badminton Action has started. On the first day, Sai Praneeth lost in the first round to Anthony Ginting of Indonesia. Meanwhile, Samir Verma is in action against Jonathan Christie of Indonesia. HS romance will be seen in action the next day. Indian badminton queen PV Sindhu will start her campaign on Wednesday: Follow Malaysia Open Badminton Live Updates at Insidesport.IN

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Malaysia Open Badminton Live: HS Romance, Samir Verma and Sai Praneeth ready to start Malaysia Open promotion in 1 day – follow live update

Single action on the 1st day

Men’s singles

  • Sai vs. Anthony Sinisuka Ginting – Running
  • Samir Verma vs. Jonathan Christie – Running
  • HS Romance vs. Liu Darren – 1.50 PM

Men’s doubles

Chirag-Rankireddy vs. Chong-ti- 1.30 PM

Women’s doubles

Ponappa-Reddy Lost to Matsuyama-Chidar – 15-21, 11-21

Haritha-Ashna vs. Jiang-Kim – 12.50 PM

Mixed doubles

Prasad-Devangan Lost to Kim-jiang: 15-21, 9-21

Indonesia Masters Live: HS Romance, Sameer Verma and Sai Praneeth ready to launch Malaysia Open in 1 day - follow live updates
Indonesia Masters Live: HS Romance, Sameer Verma and Sai Praneeth ready to launch Malaysia Open in 1 day – follow live updates

Compiled by Sai vs. Anthony Sinisuka Ginting

Sai Praneeth, who has not had a very good touchdown this year, faces sixth-seeded Anthony Sinisuka Ginting in the first round on Tuesday. Made has competed in six tournaments this year and has suffered humiliating defeats in the first round of five tournaments. His best performance so far is reaching the second round at the Orleans Masters.

Meanwhile, Ginting, ranked No. 6 in the world, has reached the quarter-finals of the Indonesian Open. He has yet to win a title this year and his best performances so far this year are the Swiss Open and two semifinal appearances at the Indonesian Masters.

It will be eight encounters between the two players and the Indonesians are leading the head-to-head record 4-3. They last met at the 2020 Asian Team Championships where Ginting won the competition after retiring due to a hamstring injury.

Indonesia Masters Live: HS Romance, Sameer Verma and Sai Praneeth ready to launch Malaysia Open in 1 day - follow live updates
Indonesia Masters Live: HS Romance, Sameer Verma and Sai Praneeth ready to launch Malaysia Open in 1 day – follow live updates

Sameer Verma vs. Jonathan Christie

11-4 to Christie, Jonathan Christie entered the first set with an 11-4 lead.

The first set

Sameer Verma has been battling an injury this year which has reduced his form a bit as he has been inconsistent so far. He started the year by coming out of the second round at the Indian Open and then lost to Syed Modi International as well as the first round of the All England Championship. His best performance was reaching the quarter finals of the Swiss Open. He began his Malaysia Open campaign by facing seventh-seeded Jonathan Christie.

Christie is in good form after winning the Swiss Open title this year. He lost in the final against Li Ji Zia and became a runner-up in the Asian Championships. He entered the Malaysian Open after being knocked out of the second round at the Indonesian Open.

This will be the fourth meeting between the two players and Samir’s record is 2-1 ahead. They last met four years ago in a three-set win with Christie at the French Open.

Indonesia Masters Live: HS Romance, Sameer Verma and Sai Praneeth ready to launch Malaysia Open in 1 day - follow live updates
Indonesia Masters Live: HS Romance, Sameer Verma and Sai Praneeth ready to launch Malaysia Open in 1 day – follow live updates

HS Romance vs. Liu Darren

India’s HS Pranoy is leading the men’s draw in the tournament after Lakshya Sen and Kidambi removed Srikanth. He started the campaign by confronting Liu Darren of Malaysia in the first round. Romance is in form at the moment due to being runners-up at the Swiss Open this year. He also played a clinical role in helping India win the Thomas Cup and was the only Indian to reach the semifinals of the Indonesian Open recently.

Meanwhile, Liu Darren’s performance this year has not been very impressive. He started the season with a defeat in the second round of the All England Championship. After failing to advance to the second round in two more tournaments, he has finally reached the semifinals of the Thailand Open. He is entering the Malaysian Open after exiting the first round of the Indonesian Masters and Indonesian Open.

The pair will face each other for the 11th time in their careers ahead of the romance head-to-head record 6-4. The last time Darren was seen at the Thailand Open this year was in the first round of the three-set competition.

Men’s doubles

In the men’s doubles, India’s seventh seed Satviksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty will be in action. They will face Man Wei Chong and T Kai Un of Malaysia in the first round. The Indian pair is expected to be the favorites.

Women’s doubles

India’s women’s doubles pair of Ashwini Ponnappa and N Siki Reddy will face off in the first round against sixth-seeded Japanese pair of Matsuyama and Chiharu Shida. Meanwhile, Haritha Harinarayanan and Ashna Roy will fight against Jeong Na-Yun and Kim Hai-Jeong.

Mixed doubles

Venkat Gaurab Prasad and Jihi Dewangan will start their campaign in the first round by facing South Korea’s Kim On-ho and Jeong Na-un.

Where to watch Malaysia Open 2022 Badminton Live in India? The Malaysia Open 2022 Badminton Quarter Final will be broadcast live on Voot Select. The first two round matches will be televised on BWF’s official YouTube channel, BWF TV.

Malaysia Open Badminton Live: HS Romance, Samir Verma and Sai Praneeth ready to start Malaysia Open promotion in 1 day – follow live update

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