Defending champion Ajay jayaram achieved the quarterfinals of the Dutch Open Grand Prix badminton competition subsequent to indenting up a simple straight diversion win over Norway’s Marius Myhre in the men’s singles rivalry. Best seed Jayaram crushed sixteenth seed Marius 21-6 21-6 in a hack sided challenge. He will next face Brazil’s Ygor Coelho De Oliveira.
It ended up being a baffling day for different Indians as eleventh seed Parupalli kashyap lost 18-21 18-21 to 6th seed Raul Must of Estonia. Blended copies combine of B Sumeeth Reddy and Meghana Jakkampudi, be that as it may, achieved the following round subsequent to vanquishing Netherlands’ Jelle Maas and Imke Van Der Aar 21-16 21-18.
In men’s copies rivalry, best seeds Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy lost to Jacco Arends and Ruben Jille of Netherlands 19-21 19-21. Another Indian combine of Pranaav Jerry Chopra and Akshay Dewalkar, seeded third, likewise lost to Germany’s Bjarne Geiss and Fabian Holzer 17 21-15 20-22.
In ladies’ copies, fourth seed Maiken Fruergaard and Sara Thygesen of Denmark crushed India team of Meghana and Poorvisha S Ram 21-10 21-9 in another match. Prior in the day, Jayaram and Kashyap proceeded with their great rushed to come to the prequarterfinals of the men’s singles rivalry.
Best seed Jayaram, who has secured the Dutch Open thrice in his profession, hit Philip Shisov of Bulgaria 21-7 21-9 in his second round match, while eleventh seed Kashyap beat Denmark’s Rasmus Gemke 21-11 7 21-10 in a 50-minute challenge toward the end of last night.
It was shades for Lakhanee Sarang as he endured a 17-21 17-21 misfortune against Raul in the second round. Prior, blended duplicates match of Sumeeth Reddy and Meghana beat German pair of Daniel Benz and Theresa Wurm 21 11 21-17 to set up a conflict against Dutch mix of Jelle Maas and Imke Van der Aar.
Fourth seeds Pranaav Cherry Chopra and Sikki Reddy, who secured two titles this year at Brazil and Russia, crushed nearby combine of Ties Van Der Lecq and Alyssa Tirtosentono 21-5 21-16 and they will face France’s Jordan Corvee and Anne Tran next.