Maldives International Badminton Series 2023: Ravi Krishna and Shankar Prasad bags Bronze


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The Maldives International Badminton Series 2023 has left badminton enthusiasts around the world in awe, as the tournament unfolded from August 15 to August 20. This exceptional event showcased the very best in badminton talent, fostering an atmosphere of sportsmanship and camaraderie against the stunning backdrop of the Indian Ocean

A specially constructed state-of-the-art indoor stadium on a picturesque Maldivian island served as the perfect setting for the tournament. The event attracted players from over 30 countries, highlighting the global appeal of badminton. As the competition unfolded, the intensity of the matches grew, captivating spectators and participants alike. Players displayed impeccable athleticism, finesse, and strategic prowess.

The awe-inspiring performance of Indian duo Ravi Shankar and Sankar Prasad helped them bag a bronze medal in Men’s doubles. The pair’s exceptional skills and synergy earned them a well-deserved bronze medal in the men’s doubles category. Their journey was a testament to the dedication and hard work they’ve poured into their craft, showcasing India’s prowess in the world of badminton.

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