Two Time Olympic medallist Sindhu who is getting back from a lower leg injury, starts her mission against previous World Champion Carolina Marin of Spain.
PV Sindhu will confront an extreme test on her return from a five-month injury lay-off as top Indian shuttlers, including HS Prannoy and Lakshya Sen, will plan to begin the year optimistically at the Malaysia Open from Tuesday.
Following an exceptionally fruitful 2022, India’s star shuttlers will expect to increase present expectations further in 2023, during which the Paris Olympic capability period will begin in May. With a lot of positioning focuses in question, Indian shuttlers will join the other enormous stars, for example, World No.1 Viktor Axelsen, Malaysia’s Lee Zii Jia, Akane Yamugachi, Tai Tzu ying as they hold back nothing show in the USD 1,250,000 Very 1000 competition here.
Twofold Olympic medallist Sindhu, who is getting back from a lower leg injury, starts her mission against previous World Champion Carolina Marin of Spain.
Sindhu last played at the Region Games in August and it will be a fascinating fight against Marin, who has won the last three experiences against the Indian and furthermore gloats of a superior 9-5 straight on record.
In the men’s singles, World No.10 Sen, the main cultivated Indian player, will participate in a series of need to feel superior against comrade and world no. 8 Prannoy in the opening round.
In the interim previous world no. 1 Kidambi Srikanth will open his mission against Japan’s unseeded Kenta Nishimoto. A success is probably going to set Srikanth facing fifth seed Jonatan Christie with reigning champ Axelsen likewise positioned in a similar quarter.
In the men’s duplicates, World No.5 Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty, who came out on top for the CWG championship, India Open and French Open in 2022, will challenge South Korea’s Choi Sol-gyu and Kim Wan-ho in the primary round.
World championships bronze medallists Satwik and Chirag, cultivated seventh, are probably going to confront home top picks Aaron Chia and Soh Wooi Yik in the quarterfinal in the event that they can cross the underlying rounds.
Saina Nehwal, Aakarshi Kashyap and Malvika Bansod are additionally in the conflict in the ladies’ singles.
While Saina will meet China’s unseeded Han Yue, Aakarshi will settle against Chinese Taipei’s Hsu Wen-chi and Malvika will confront second seed A Se-youthful of Korea.
In ladies’ duplicates, CWG bronze medallists Treesa Jaunty and Gayatri Gopichand will take on Hong Kong’s Yeung Nga Chime and Yeung Pui Lam in the main round, while Ashwini Bhat and Shikha Gautam are set in opposition to Thailand’s Supissara Paewsampran and Putita Supajirakul.
India’s blended duplicates pair Ishaan Bhatnagar and Tanisha Crasto will confront Netherland’s Robin Tabeling and Selena Piek in the main round.
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