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Japan Open: HS Prannoy Stuns Kidambi Srikanth In First Round

In the ongoing Japan Open, HS Prannoy defeated Kidambi Srikanth, in which the latter was the favourite to win.

Japan Open: HS Prannoy Stuns Kidambi Srikanth In First Round
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Japan Open: HS Prannoy Stuns Kidambi Srikanth In First Round
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2019-07-24T09:51:34+05:30

In an all Indian affair, HS Prannoy stunned Kidambi Srikanth, as he defeated him 13-21, 21-11, 22-20 in the first round of Japan Open on Wednesday.

Srikanth held a 4-1 record over Prannoy coming into this match, but the shuttler was unable to deliver a winning performance.

26-year-old Srikanth was able to win the first set 21-13, but he conceded the next two sets, allowing Prannoy to win the match.

Prannoy won the second set comprehensively as he won 21 games as compared to Srikanth's 11.

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The third set was a closely fought affair, which was taken by Prannoy 22-20.

In the doubles, Indian pair of Pranaav Jerry Chopra and Reddy N Sikki were defeated by Zheng Si Wei and Huang Ya Qiaong 11-21, 14-21.

Later today, Sameer Verma will be in action as he will face Anders Antonsen.

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