Uber Cup 2024: China defeated Indian women’s team 5-0

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India’s weak women’s team was defeated 5-0 by China in the Group A match of the Uber Cup badminton tournament on Tuesday. India, which has already qualified for the quarter-finals with consecutive wins against Canada and Singapore, did not field Ashmita Chaliha against the 15-time champion team.

Young sensation Anmol Kharab had to leave the court with tears in his eyes due to an ankle injury as a weak India women’s team was thrashed 5-0 by China in a Group A match of the Uber Cup badminton tournament on Tuesday. India, which has already qualified for the quarter-finals with consecutive wins against Canada and Singapore, did not field Ashmita Chaliha against the 15-time champion team.

India are already playing without two-time Olympic medalist PV Sindhu who decided not to participate in the tournament. China’s dominance can be gauged from the fact that Indian players could not win a single game in five matches. India’s troubles worsened when 17-year-old Anmol had to withdraw midway through the second singles match due to a twisted ankle. Olympic champion and world number two Chen Yufei gave China a 1-0 lead with a comfortable 21-12 21-10 win against 83rd ranked Isharani Barua in the women’s singles.

Isharani said after the match, “I am a little disappointed with my game because I made a lot of mistakes. I thought I would play well against him but it was an easy win for him. She was playing very fast and I also had to increase my speed.” The national champion and world number 67 pair of Priya Konzengbam and Shruti Mishra have a chance to beat China’s defending world champion pair of Chen Qing Chen and Jia Yi Fen. There were no answers as the team won 21-13 21-12 to take the team 2-0 up. Anmol lost the first game against Hen Yui 9-21 and in the second game, when she was trailing 1-4, she twisted her right ankle while trying to save a point.

Anmol got treatment on the court itself but the pain did not subside. His ankle swelled and he had to withdraw midway through the match as China took a 3–0 winning lead. In the next two matches, Liu Shen Xu and Tan Ning defeated Simran Singh and Ritika Thakar 21-9 21-10 in women’s doubles while Wang Xie Yi defeated Tanvi Sharma 21-7 21-16 to give China a 5-0 win. Made sure. India will be second in the group after China.

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