Sunday, 21 Jul 2024

Exciting Updates from the Uganda Para-Badminton International 2018

Khadija Khamuka, a talented para-badminton player, showcased her skills on home turf at the Uganda Para-Badminton International 2018. She made impressive progress, reaching three semi-finals in different categories.

Women’s Singles SL 4 + SU 5: An Exciting Face-off

As the No.3 seed, Khadija Khamuka faced off against Zinabu Issah from Ghana in a thrilling match for a spot in the final on Sunday. This highly anticipated match kept the audience at the edge of their seats, as both players displayed their exceptional talent and determination.

Women’s Doubles SL 3 – SU 5: A Battle Among Teammates

In the Women’s Doubles category, Khadija Khamuka partnered with Rose Nansereko. They faced their Ugandan teammates Elizabeth Mwesigwa and Mary Margaret Wilson from Scotland in the semi-finals. The match was intense, with each team giving their best to secure a place in the final.

Mixed Doubles SL 3 – SU 5: African Powerhouses Collide

Khadija Khamuka and her partner Sukant Kadam from India faced a tough challenge from the India-Uganda duo of Sugil Abbas and Elizabeth Mwesigwa in the quarter-finals. After a gripping match, Khadija and Sukant emerged victorious, winning 21-8 19-21 21-9. In the semi-finals, they will face off against Rafio Oyebanji Bello from Nigeria and Chinyere Lucky Okoro, who are also determined to secure a place in the final.

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Other Exciting Matches Await

The tournament is not short of exciting matches. Romulo Junio Soares from Brazil showed his resilience in a thrilling quarter-final match against Seyi Dada Dixon from Nigeria. After a grueling battle, Soares emerged victorious and will face Amir Levi from Israel in the semi-finals. Ghana and Kenya are set to compete for the gold in Women’s Singles WH 2, with players like Akosua Nkansah, Safia Furkan, Fidelis Wanjiru Wanjuu, and Asiya Mohammed Sururu showcasing their skills.

The Uganda Para-Badminton International 2018, held at the MTN Arena in Lugogo, Kampala, features players from four continents competing for medals in 19 events. Stay tuned for more updates!

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