Indian Badminton Player Lakshya Sen Wins Bulgarian Open 2017


Lakshya Sen Wins Bulgarian Open 2017: India’s Badminton Player Lakshya Sen has won the Bulgarian Open 23rd Title. Interestingly he won the title a day after turning into age 16. Also, currently he is the World No.1 Junior Shuttler. The Uttarakhand Shutter Lakshya Sen defeated Croatia’s Zvonimir Durkinjak resulting scores of 18-21, 21-12, 21-17 for a 57-minute Match.

Indian Badminton Player Lakshya Sen Wins Bulgarian Open 2017

On Aug 16th, he had beaten Sri Lanka’s Ahuttler Dinuka Karunaratna with 21-19, 21-14 in semi finals. Lakshya had trained under the Peter Gade. Of Course, at present Peter is the head coach of French national team. Earlier, in February Sen had reached the finals of the Senior National Championship.

Lakshya Sen Wins Bulgarian Open 2017

In the first round, he defeated England’s top seed, Sam Parsons resulting the scores 21-17 21-9. Later, in the second round, Lakshya beat India’s Qualifier Kiran George with 21-12 21-10. By the way, he entered into Quarter finals after winning the two rounds. Then, in the Quarter finals, he defeated Poland’s Michal Rogalski scores 20-22 21-18 21-15.

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Of Course, Semi-final round happened between Srilanka’s Dinuka Karunaratna and India’s Lakshya Sen. Again he won in the semi finals with scores 21-19 21-14. After that in the finals, Lakshya Sen Wins Bulgarian Open 2017 over the Srilanka’s Shuttler 2nd seed Durkinjak. From the beginning, the match went on very interestingly.

The winning is a good sign for him to his future. Earlier, he won the Junior National. Of course, he beat England’s top seed Sam Parsons in the first round, which gives him a lot of confidence.  After two months, he will appear in the Vietnam Grand Prix open. Also, one more Indian Vaishnavi Reddy Jakka defeated Bulgaria’s 2nd seed Mariya Mitsova in the first round 21-12 25-23 in the Bulgarian Open 2017. In the second round, she beat Germany’s Qualifier Stine Susan Küspert with 21-12 21-10. At last, she lost the match in Quarter finals over the Bulgaria Qualifier Maria Delcheva with 16-21 21-17 21-17.

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