BWF World Championship: Lakshya Sen and HS Prannoy both won, but one will lost in the next round
BWF World Championships: India’s star shuttlers Lakshya Sen and HS Prannoy have entered the pre-quarterfinals of the World Badminton Championships. Lakshya defeated Spain’s Luis Enrique Pereira 21-10, 21-17 in the second round of the championship. Now in the next match, he will face his own partner HS Prannoy. The BWF World Championships is being played in Japan.
Lakshya Sen has won the gold medal in the Commonwealth Games this month. For this reason, he is also being considered as a contender for the title in the World Badminton Championship. In the second round of the World Championship, Lakshya faced world number 74 Luis Enrique Pereira. Perera could not last long in front of a better ranked player. Lakshya Sen defeated them in just 36 minutes. Target’s current ranking is 10
Shortly after Lakshya Sen’s victory, HS Prannoy landed in the court. In front of him was the challenge of world number two Kento Momota of Japan. But world championships are not won by passing an easy challenge. HS Prannoy knows this very well. He also leveled his game in the face of a tough challenge and defeated Kento Momota 21-17, 21-16 to make it to the next round.