Satwiksairaj Rankireddy-Chirag Shetty Come out on top for French Open Men’s Doubles Championship

The star Indian pair of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty won the French Open Super 750 crown with a straight-game destruction of Chinese Taipei’s Lu Ching Yao and Yang Po Han in the men’s doubles last on Sunday.

The world number 8 pair, who had wrapped runners-up in the 2019 release, rode on their considerable assault to outmaneuver the 25th-positioned Lu and Yang 21-13 21-19 in the highest point conflict that endured 48 minutes.

The Indian pair consequently proceeded with their dream run for the current year, which saw them win the Indian Open Super 500 titles, Federation Games gold, Thomas Cup crown, and an extraordinary bronze at the Big showdowns in August.

Satwiksairaj Rankireddy/Chirag Shetty crushed Taiwan’s Lu Ching-Yao/Yang Po Han to win French Open, a Super 750 badminton competition, title on Sunday.

It is the pair’s third world visit title, following the 2019 Thailand Open Super 500 and India Open Super 500 this year. They are likewise the main Indian couple to win a super 750 competition.

In a fight between two going-after groups, it was Satwik and Chirag who arose triumphant as they showed better strategic discernment and yearning to rule over their opponents.

The Indian pair came out all chambers blasting to leap to a 5-0 lead. They continued pushing forward, not allowing any opportunity for their rival to get back into the game.

Ultimately, it was an incredible serve by Satwik that assisted them with taking a six-point pad at the midgame break.
The Indian team kept on ruling the high-speed revitalizes and procured seven-game point open doors after a progression of level trades, and Chirag fixed it on the main opportunity.

Once more the Taipei pairing required a decent start in the subsequent game and they looked cutthroat at first, however, the Indian couple guaranteed a six-point pad at the stretch.
In any case, the Indians were at fault for removing the foot from the pedal as Lu and Yang started assuming command over the meetings, restricting it down to 10-12.

A help blunder from Lu Ching Yao broke the run of focuses, however, they before long drew equality at 14-14, when Chirag went long. Two or three missteps from Chirag, including a help mistake, gave the Taipei blend the lead.

The Indians, be that as it may, immediately ripped at back at 19-19 subsequent to winning a fortunate net harmony and Yang sending one wide from the net.
They moved to one coordinate point with a transcending crush from Satwik, who fixed it with another going after a return.

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