India eliminated them. Uber Cup Campaign with a 3-2 victory over Spain in Aarhus, Denmark on Sunday
Malvika Bansud and other youngsters arrived on the scene to help India win after a disappointing performance. Saina Nahwal In the first day.
In the preliminary group event, India took advantage of the absence of Rio Olympic gold medalist Carolina Marin.
The big credit for the victory should go to the young Indian shuttlers. مالویکا بنسود۔, Aditi Bhatt and doubles pair Tanisha Krasto and Rotaparn Panda.
Wrong start of Saina Nahwal.
Meanwhile, Saina Nahwal’s return after a long hiatus proved disappointing.
The Indian had to retire after losing the opening game 20-22 against Clara Azuremandi. The World No. 19 Indian was expected to climb the tall Spaniard.
However, the 58th-ranked Azharmandi took advantage of Saina’s lack of match practice and extended the first game to 22-20 in 18 minutes.
Saina looked rusty and did not live up to expectations in the first singles rubber.
Malvika Bansud leveled the advanced batteries Coralis 1-1
Young Malvika Bansud took on the responsibility of getting India back on track and did a commendable job. Talented Southpaw stunned Batteries Coralis 21-13, 21-15 in 35 minutes.
World No. 71 Coralis was more experienced than Malvika. However, Malvika, ranked 104th in the world, put in an impressive performance to ground the 29-year-old Spaniard.
The 20-year-old Nagpur girl started the flight with a 3-0 lead and maintained it as the game progressed.
Coralis saved two game points but could not stop Malvika from winning the game in the third game point.
In the second game, Malvika faced resistance from the Coralis as they engaged in long rallies. But the youngster did not lose control of the match and the attacking game ended with a spectacular display.
Tanisha Krasto-Rotaparn Panda won the first doubles 2-1.
Tanisha Crusto and Rotapern Panda were given priority to play doubles rubber first.
The youngsters restored the confidence shown by the team management with a 21-10, 21-8 victory over Paula Lopez and Lorina Youssel.
The Indian pair, ranked 1146th in the world, need less than half an hour to improve on their Spanish opponents. Paula Lopez and Lorina Youssel are the world number 214 pair but the young Indian pair left them behind.
Aditi Bhatt sealed India’s victory with a strong performance.
After that, 18-year-old Aditi Bhatt sealed India’s victory by knocking down Anya Setin in a straight game.
Aditi did not have a good start but as the match progressed he found his rhythm. The teen completed a 21-16, 21-14 victory in 34 minutes.
Ashwini Poonpa-Ski Reddy failed to end the tie with a win.
India failed to end the tie with a win as the experienced pair of Ashwini Poonpa and N Ski Reddy lost 18-21, 21-14, 17-21 to Clara Azuremandi and Beatrice Corals.
Experienced Indian campaigners hardly lost the first game but came back to claim the second game. In the decisive match, the Indian pair was in the lead but lost their momentum in 57 minutes.
Ober Cup results
India beat Spain 3-2
Women’s Singles 1: Saina Nahwal lost to Clara Azuremandi 20-22 (retired) (18 minutes)
Women’s Singles 2: Malvika Bensud BT Batteries Coralis 21-13, 21-15 (35 minutes)
Women’s Doubles 1: Tanisha Crusto-Rotapern Panda BT Paula Lopez-Lorina Youssel 21-10, 21-8 (29 mins)
Women’s Singles 3: Aditi Bhatt BT Anya Satin 21-16, 21-14 (34 minutes)
Women Doubles 2: Ashwini Poonpa-N Sikki lost to Reddy Clara Azormandi-Batteries Coralis 18-21, 21-14, 17-21 (57 minutes).