Monday, 22 Jul 2024

Carnegiecentre Presents: Exciting Matches at BWF World Tour

News | BWF World Tour

Welcome to Carnegiecentre, your go-to source for all things badminton! We are excited to bring you the latest updates from the BWF World Tour. In this article, we will highlight some of the thrilling matches that took place during the Singapore Open 2022.

Thai Pair Claims Upset Victory

In an incredible upset, Pichamon Phatcharaphisutsin and Nannapas Sukklad, ranked World No.238, defeated the third seeds Gabriela and Stefani Stoeva in a gripping three-game match. This victory marks a significant milestone for the Thai women’s pair and sets the stage for their upcoming match against Febriana Dwipuji Kusuma and Amalia Cahaya Pratiwi. The Stoeva sisters, ranked World No.9, were well-prepared by their senior compatriots Rawinda Prajongjai and Jongkolphan Kititharakul. Nonetheless, Phatcharaphisutsin and Sukklad’s determination and teamwork led them to secure a 21-13 17-21 21-18 victory.

Olympic Champions Make a Comeback

Lee Yang and Wang Chi-Lin, the Olympic champions, made a triumphant return to the court after recovering from COVID. They displayed their prowess by defeating Norway’s Torjus Flaatten and Vegard Rikheim in a swift match, winning with a score of 21-10 21-14 in just 24 minutes. Despite not being at their peak fitness yet, Lee and Wang are taking it one match at a time, focusing on gradual improvement with each passing day. The duo appreciates the support of their fans and aims to put on a spectacular show for them.

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Malaysia’s Ong Yew Sin Battles On

Ong Yew Sin, who previously withdrew from the PERODUA Malaysia Masters 2022 due to COVID, teamed up with Teo Ee Yi and emerged victorious in the first round. Despite not being fully recovered, Ong gave it his all and defeated the pair of Supak Jomkoh and Kittinupong Kedren with a score of 21-14 21-14. Ong admitted to feeling tired on the court, attributing it to ongoing healing and nasal congestion. The duo will face the Chinese Taipei pair, Lu Ching Yao and Yang Po Han, in the second round. Although they trail in the head-to-head, Ong and Teo are determined to put up a strong fight.

FAQs

Q: How many Thai women’s pairs advanced to the next round?
A: Thailand had an impressive performance, with four women’s pairs, including Pichamon Phatcharaphisutsin and Nannapas Sukklad, Rawinda Prajongjai and Jongkolphan Kititharakul, Benyapa Aimsaard and Nuntakarn Aimsaard, and Supissara Paewsampran and Puttita Supajirakul, all progressing to the next round.

Conclusion

The Singapore Open 2022 has provided badminton enthusiasts with exciting matches and unexpected outcomes. We will continue to keep you updated on the latest news from the BWF World Tour. Stay tuned to Carnegiecentre for more thrilling badminton action!

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