Badminton News: Indian badminton continued their excellent form winning nine medals including two gold by Manasi Joshi at the Canada Para Badminton International 2022 tournament.
Manasi Joshi, the reigning world champion, had a strong performance winning all of her round robin matches between fellow Indians Parul Parmar, France’s Coraline Bergeron, Japan’s Oksana Kozyna and Ukraine.
In the final, Joshi came back from a losing match to win the second game and fought to the end before prevailing 21-18, 15-21 and 22-20 against his Ukrainian opponent. This is
Joshi won the fourth women’s singles title this season.
“So happy to win Singles Gold and Mixed Doubles Bronze with @RUTHICK_INDIA at Canadian International Para Badminton. With this my month-long tour of the Middle East and North America comes to an end,” Joshi tweeted, who also won bronze in mixed doubles SL3-SU5 with Ruthick. Ragupati.
Ramadass followed her Fazza Dubai 2022 international title, triumphing by winning the gold medal in the women’s singles SU5.
The 17-year-old from Chennai kept his composure and fought hard for a 27-25, 21-9 win over Japan’s Akiko Sugino in the final. This is her fourth women’s singles gold in the SU5 category this season.
However, Paralympic gold medalist Pramod Bhagat had to settle for silver which fell to rival Daniel Betel with rubber matches 14-21, 21-9 and 15-21. It was the second loss for British Paralympic silver medalist Bhagat since the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics.
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