Tanisha Crasto Shines: Guwahati Masters Day 4 Results Unveil Double Triumph in Doubles Quarters

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The Indian camp had yet another great effort on Day 4 of the Guwahati Masters Super 100 competition. This comes after an impressive performance by the Indian shuttlers in the pre-quarterfinals the day before.

Hariharan Amsakarunan/Ruban Kumar Rethinasabapathi, Dhruv Kapila/Tanisha Crasto, and Ashwini Ponnappa/Tanisha Crasto advanced to the semifinals, as did Malvika Bansod.

Tanisha, 20, and Dhruv Kapila, 23, advanced to the semi-finals after an entertaining set of quarterfinal matches. Tanisha joined up with Commonwealth Games gold champion Ashwini Ponnappa in women’s doubles, while the duo also competed in mixed doubles. In men’s doubles, Dhruv teamed up with V. Panjala.

Tanisha and Kapila’s first match of the day was against Indonesia’s Amri Syahnawi and W. Kandow. The pair jumped out to a 4-0 advantage early on and held it throughout the set.

They completely dominated the opening game. Despite a valiant comeback by the Indonesians in the second game, Dhruv and Tanisha kept their cool and advanced to the semifinals with a score of 21-16, 21-17.

Tanisha and Ashwini Ponnappa won their second quarterfinal with a score of 22-20, 21-16 over Indonesia’s J. Miantoro and Febi Setianingrum in 46 minutes. This victory also propelled them to their third semifinal appearance in four competitions.

Meanwhile, Dhruv Kapila, fresh from his triumph with Tanisha, was competing in an all-Indian men’s doubles match with partner V. Panjala. Their fight with Hariharan Amsakarunan and Ruban Kumar Rethinasabapathi reached the distance.

After losing the first set 21-18, Kapila and Panjala produced a comeback, winning the second set 21-8. However, Amsakarunan and Rethinasabapathi rallied to win the final set 21-18.

Amsakarunan and Rethinasabapathi will now meet Chinese Taipei’s Lin Bing-Wei and Su CH in the semifinals.

Malvika Bansod, India’s lone women’s singles participant in the quarterfinals, defeated Malaysia’s K. Letshanaa in straight games.

Both players were even at 10-10 after the first set, but Bansod recovered his groove after the mid-game rest and won the game 21-12.

Malvika Bansod, India’s lone women’s singles participant in the quarterfinals, won in straight games against Malaysia’s K. Letshanaa.

Both players were even at 10-10 after the first set, but Bansod regained rhythm after the mid-game rest and won the game 21-12. The Malaysian played well in the second set, but Bansod had the upper hand practically the entire time. She won the match in 39 minutes after winning the game 21-16.

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