Sunday, 21 Jul 2024

BWF World Para-Badminton Championships 2019: Exciting Quarterfinal Matches

The quarterfinals of the TOTAL BWF World Para-Badminton Championships 2019 saw some thrilling matches between the top-ranked men’s singles SU5 players. Dheva Anrimusthi and Suryo Negroho, the World No. 1 and World No. 2 respectively, faced tough challenges in their games.

In a nail-biting encounter, Dheva Anrimusthi had to go to three games against Chinese Taipei’s Fang Jen-yu, eventually winning 24-26, 21-12, 21-13. Similarly, Suryo Negroho had to dig deep to overcome Japan’s Taiyo Imai, winning 24-22, 10-21, 12-21.

Suryo Negroho’s victory sets up an exciting semifinal match against Poland’s Bartlomiej Mroz, who defeated Singaporean Tay Wei Ming 21-18, 21-19. Mroz expressed confidence in facing Negroho, stating that they know each other well and have played against each other before.

Another intense match took place in the SS6 men’s singles category between the 2015 World Champion, Didin Taresoh of Malaysia, and the reigning champion, Jack Shepard of England. Shepard acknowledged Taresoh’s strong performance in the first game but managed to gain momentum in the second half of the second game, ultimately securing victory.

In the men’s singles SL3, Manoj Sarkar faced a tough challenge from Vietnam’s Trin Anh Tuan in a three-game match, winning 21-10, 19-21, 21-15. Sarkar admitted that he faced difficulties in the second game but relied on his training and net shots to secure the win. He will now face his doubles partner, Pramod Bhagat, in the semifinals.

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The tournament also witnessed impressive performances from other players. China’s Qu Zimao and Mai Jianpeng dominated the men’s doubles WH1-2, defeating Korea’s Choi Jung Man and Kim Kyung Hoon, setting up a finals clash against Kim Jungjun and Lee Dong Seop of Korea.

In the women’s singles SL3 category, India’s Manasi Girichandra Joshi and Parul Dalsukhbhai Parmar secured spots in the all-India final. Parmar easily defeated Halime Yildiz of Turkey, while Joshi overcame second seed Wandee Kamtam of Thailand in a slightly more challenging match.

In the women’s doubles WH1-2 category, Yin Menglu and Liu Yutong of China received a walkover, entering the finals without breaking a sweat. They will face Thailand’s Amnouy Wetwhithan and Sujirat Pookham, who defeated Ikumi Fuke and Rie Ogura of Japan.

Qu Zimao expressed confidence in their performance against Choi Jung Man and Kim Kyung Hoon, stating that they played their regular game without feeling any pressure.

Excitement is building as the tournament progresses, with intense matches and impressive performances from players worldwide. Stay tuned for more action in the BWF World Para-Badminton Championships 2019!

FAQs

  1. What were the quarterfinal matches like in the TOTAL BWF World Para-Badminton Championships 2019?

    • The quarterfinal matches were thrilling and filled with intense competition between top-ranked players.
  2. Who were the standout players in the tournament?

    • Dheva Anrimusthi, Suryo Negroho, Didin Taresoh, and Manoj Sarkar displayed exceptional skills and determination in their matches.
  3. Which teams will face off in the finals?

    • Qu Zimao/Mai Jianpeng and Kim Jungjun/Lee Dong Seop will compete in the men’s doubles WH1-2 finals, while Yin Menglu/Liu Yutong and Amnouy Wetwhithan/Sujirat Pookham will battle it out in the women’s doubles WH1-2 finals.
  4. How did the Indian players perform in the tournament?

    • Manasi Girichandra Joshi and Parul Dalsukhbhai Parmar secured spots in the all-India final in the women’s singles SL3 category, showcasing their exceptional skills.
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Summary

The quarterfinal matches of the TOTAL BWF World Para-Badminton Championships 2019 provided thrilling moments as top-ranked players competed fiercely. Dheva Anrimusthi, Suryo Negroho, Didin Taresoh, and Manoj Sarkar showcased their skills and determination in their respective matches.

The tournament witnessed standout performances from various players, including India’s Manasi Girichandra Joshi and Parul Dalsukhbhai Parmar, who secured spots in the all-India final in the women’s singles SL3 category.

Excitement continues to build as players head towards the finals, with intense matches and impressive displays of talent. Stay tuned for more updates on the BWF World Para-Badminton Championships 2019!

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