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Hylo Open semi-finals: Kidambi Srikanth, Lakshya Sen falls out of semi-finals, India challenge ends at Hylo Open

Hylo Open semi-finals: Kidambi Srikanth, Lakshya Sen falls out of semi-finals, India challenge ends at Hylo Open.

Hylo Open SEMIFINALS: Kidambi Srikanth, Lakshya Sen crash: Kidambi Srikanth and Lakshya Sen crashed at the Hylo Open after their losses in the semifinals of the Super 500 badminton tournament. Srikanth lost to Lee Zil Zia Malaysia in straight games 19-21, 20-22, while Lakshya Sen lost to Loh Kean YEW Singapore 18-21, 12-21. Follow Hylo Open 2021 live on InsideSport.in

Kidambi Srikanth vs. Lee Zil Zia

Kidambi Srikanth started the game well, opening a three-point gap. However, Lee Zil Zia came back and Srikanth lost the game 19-21. The second game was an exciting encounter in which both players refused to bow. Despite Srikanth making progress, his opponent scored another narrow 22-20 victory in the second game as the match ended in 44 minutes.

Lee Zil Zia will face Loh Kean YEW in the final on Sunday.

Lakshya SEN (IND) lost to Loh Kean YEW (SIN) – 18-21, 12-21

GAME 2 BEGINS

  • Singapore win 21-18, 21-12
  • 15-9 – LOH KEAN YEW Running away with game and party now, visibly tired Indian
  • 11-8 for LOW, Lakshya needs to do something special here if he wants to come back in this match.
  • 10-8 now for Low KEAN: his punches on the line are putting Lakshya in trouble
  • 9-8: as in the 1st game, his neck with the neck in the 2nd game, but the Singaporean is winning big points

Hylo Open semi-finals: Kidambi Srikanth, Lakshya Sen crash in semi-finals, India challenge ends in Germany

Game 1 goes 21-18 in favor of LOH KEAN YEW

  • The first game goes 21-18 in favor of the Singaporeans, can India fight back in the second?
  • 17-17 – Going side by side / Lakshya fighting hard
  • Lakshya enters the first substitution with an 11-10 lead

HYLO OPEN SEMIFINALS match-ups

Srikant will now face second seed Lee Zil Zia of Malaysia, while Lakshya will face Singaporean Loh Kean YEW on Saturday night.

  • 1st Semifinal – Lakshya SEN (IND) vs Loh Kean YEW (SIN)
  • 2nd Semifinal – Kidambi Srikanth (IND) vs Lee Zil Zia (MAL)

Hylo Open semi-finals: Kidambi Srikanth, Lakshya Sen crash in semi-finals, India challenge ends in Germany

Srikanth, former World No. 1 and sixth seed, dominated the top-ranked Hong Kong Shuttler 21-11, 12-21, 21-19 in the men’s singles quarterfinal that lasted one hour and four minutes.

Lakshya won against Netherlands Kulavut Vitidsarn in the last quarterfinals of the day. 20-year-old India won 21-18, 12-21, 21-19

Hylo Open semi-finals: Kidambi Srikanth, Lakshya Sen crash in semi-finals, India challenge ends in Germany

As expected, the quarterfinal battle for Srikant went a long way. Indian started off with a bang as they easily won the first game 21-19. Angus leveled by winning the second 21-12. The real test for Kidambi for set No. 3. Srikanth took the lead early, but once again the speedy-looking Taiwanese player fought back by reducing the lead to 19-20. In the end, Srikanth prevailed with his trademark on the smash line to win Game 3 and Match 21-19.

Srikant will now face second seed Lee Zil Zia of Malaysia in the semi-finals of the 2021 Hylo Open on Saturday.

Hylo Open semi-finals: Kidambi Srikanth, Lakshya Sen crash in semi-finals, India challenge ends in Germany

India’s ace Kidambi Srikanth showed great determination to outwit NG Ka Long Angus in a close match and reach the Hylo Open Super 500 badminton semi-final here on Friday.

Sixth seed Srikanth beat the top-ranked Hong Kong Shuttler 21-11, 12-21, 21-19 in the men’s singles quarterfinal that lasted one hour and four minutes.

Srikanth, ranked 15th, barely broke a sweat in the first game, taking a 1-0 lead.

However, Indian lost momentum in the second game when world number nine Angus matched the process. Both players dominated one game each, but the decider was played on equal terms.

In the end, Srikanth had five match points to seal the deal, but the world before no one wasted four before clinching a narrow victory.

With the victory Srikanth equaled the head-to-head record against Angus. Both ferries now have three wins each against the other.

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