Madhya Pradesh's Aditya Joshi and Kerala's National champion P.C. Thulasi have been given top charging in the men's and ladies' singles occasions of the Manorama Indian Open National-positioning badminton competition which starts at the V.K.N. Menon indoor stadium here on Thursday.
The qualifying rounds start on Tuesday and around 450 players will be found in real life in the competition, which with a prize-cash of Rs. 9 lakh is the nation's wealthiest in the national-positioning circuit.
Aside from singles, rivalry in copies and blended pairs will likewise be held in the competition which closes on October 23.