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Badminton: Parupalli Kashyap, Tanisha Crasto bow out in Taipei Open

Updated on: 23 July,2022 09:16 AM IST  |  Taipei
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Third seed Kashyap’s impressive run ended with a 12-21, 21-12, 17-21 loss to Soong Joo Ven. Tanisha also had a disappointing day as she suffered defeats in both the mixed and women’s doubles competition

Badminton: Parupalli Kashyap, Tanisha Crasto bow out in Taipei Open

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Indian campaign ended at the Taipei Open badminton tournament after Parupalli Kashyap and Tanisha Crasto suffered narrow defeats in the quarter-finals of the singles and doubles competitions respectively, here on Friday.


Third seed Kashyap’s impressive run ended with a 12-21, 21-12, 17-21 loss to Soong Joo Ven of Malaysia in a 55-minute match of the Super 300 tournament.



Tanisha also had a disappointing day as she suffered defeats in both the mixed and women’s doubles competition.


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Tanisha and Ishaan Bhatnagar, seeded sixth, lost 19-21, 12-21 to Malaysia’s Hoo Pang Ron and Toh Ee Wei in the mixed doubles match that lasted 32 minutes.

The 19-year-old Dubai-born Tanisha then produced a gallant fight with her women’s doubles partner Shruti Mishra but couldn’t go past Hong Kong’s sixth seeds Ng Tsz Yau and Tsang Hiu Yan, losing 16-21, 22-20 18-21 in just over an hour.

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