Indian Shuttlers Smash Competition at Badminton Asia U15 & U17 Junior Championships!


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In a dazzling display of talent and tenacity, India’s young badminton stars have clinched three guaranteed medals at the prestigious Badminton Asia U15 & U17 Junior Championships in China.

India’s Jagsher Singh Khangurra showcased his prowess on the court, outplaying his Chinese opponent with a commanding score of 21-14, 21-13, securing India’s first medal in the Men’s Singles U15 category.

Bornil Changmai proved his mettle against a tough South Korean adversary, triumphing with a scoreline of 21-19, 22-20. With this impressive victory, Bornil has earned his spot in the Men’s Singles U15 final, promising an electrifying showdown for the gold.

India’s young shuttler Tanvi Sharma displayed exceptional skills in the Women’s Singles U17 category. After a fierce battle, she emerged victorious against her Taiwanese counterpart with a resilient performance, winning 20-22, 21-15, 21-15 and securing India’s third medal at the championships.

The nation is buzzing with excitement and pride as these talented athletes continue to raise the Indian flag high on the international badminton stage. Stay tuned for the thrilling final match in the Men’s Singles U15 category, where Bornil Changmai will face off against Jagsher Singh Khangurra, promising an epic showdown that fans won’t want to miss.

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