Sai Praneeth beat Canada’s Jason Anthony in straight games
Sai Praneeth won the first match of the BWF World Championships 2019 against Jason Anothony in Basel, Switzerland.
Indian shuttler Praneeth beat Canada’s Jason Anothony, starts India’s campaign with a win in BWF World Championships 2019.
Sai Praneeth beat Jason Anthony Ho-Shue in straight games of 21-17 and 21-16. Praneeth won both the first and second set of the match comfortably. Sai Praneeth took only 40 minutes to finish this match.
Sai Praneeth won the first round of the BWF World Championships 2019 in Men’s singles and reached into the 2nd round of the championship.
The former Singapore Open champion, Sai Praneeth took nine successive points in the first set of the match. After taking nine successive points, Praneeth takes a lead of 17-9.
Last month, Praneeth reached the semi-final of Japan Open Super 750 and quarter-finals at Thailand Open Super 500 tournament. India’s star shuttlers PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal handed 1st-round byes at the World Championships.
Two days ago, India’s award selection committee nominated Sai Praneeth for the Arjuna award. Sai Praneeth’s next match is on August 20 with the winner of the match between South Korea’s Lee Dong Keun and Australia’s Daniel Fan.