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Updated : 1 month, 2 weeks ago IST
The 15-year-old Unnati, who had clinched the Odisha Open 2022, lost the first-round match to local talent Pornpicha Choeikeewong
Updated : 1 month, 3 weeks ago IST
This elevates the magnitude of the games as the TOPS athletes, who are international achievers already, will inspire the grassroots-level athletes to up the ante and provide a tough contest, as per Sports Authority of India (SAI)
Updated : 3 months, 2 weeks ago IST
Earlier, men's singles shuttler Gnana Dattu and men's doubles pair Bjorn Jaison and Aathish Sreenivas P. V. had secured bronze medals in the U-15 category.
She lost to Sarunrak Vitidsarn of Thailand in the gold medal match of women's singles category
The shuttler went down to Chinese Taipei's Chung-Hsiang Yih in final of men's singles final on Sunday. Yih won by margin of 8-21, 24-22, 19-21
Top-seed Unnati once again lived up to the expectations and stamped her authority in the U-17 women's singles semi-final when she wrapped up the match in straight sets. The Odisha Open champion has not yet dropped a set in her campaign at the prestigious event.
The Odisha Open champion thrashed Thailand's Nutchavee Sittiteeranan without breaking a sweat by 21-11, 21-19 in the Last-16 match. Starting off the match confidently, Unnati pocketed the first set easily but was pushed hard in the second. The Indian, however, kept her calm even when the gam
Updated : 3 months, 3 weeks ago IST
While fifth-seed Dhruv, who hails from Uttarakhand, fought hard against Thailand's Panya Phutthiphraisakul during his 21-14, 17-21, 21-15 win in the men's category, top-seed Unnati and Anmol had easy outings in the women's section
In the U-17 women's singles round of 64 match, Odisha Open Champion Unnati thrashed Japan's Misato Sasaki 21-11, 21-5 in just 24 minutes. Unnati will face Indonesia's Dea Nur Fadilla in the round of 32 match tomorrow.
The Odisha Open champion Unnati Hooda will lead the charge in the U-17 women's singles alongside Jiya Rawat and Anmol Kharb whereas Tanvi Sharma, who topped the trials, will compete in the women's U-15 singles along with Ishita Negi, Suhasi Verma and Sampriti Pal.
Updated : 4 months, 3 weeks ago IST
India's highest-ranked male shuttler in the tournament defeated China's Hu Zhe An in a three-set encounter, 21-18, 8-21, 21-16 in the quarterfinals. Sankar is now assured of a bronze medal.
Unnati Hooda, who won the women's singles title at the Odisha Open in January and went on to become the youngest Indian to win a BWF Super 100 title, will next play Japanese player Hina Akechi in the pre-quarterfinals.