Nov 3, 7 months ago

Lakshya Sen continue his dream run, won 3rd consecutive Tournament Sen continue his dream run, won 3rd consecutive Tournament

Indian shuttler Lakshya Sen makes it 3 in 3 after a 17-21 21-18 21-16 victory against China’s Hong Yang Weng in the Final.

He had clinched the Belgian International challenge and Dutch Open Super Tour 100 in his last two outings. He had also reached the Polish Open final this year.

Sen, seeded eighth in the Super 100 level tournament, secured a comeback victory against his opponent in a contest that lasted 59 minutes.

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After winning the SaarLorLux Open,Lakshya sen is expected climb to 41 in the BWF World Rankings. He’ll also be the youngest ever Indian to be ranked in the top 50 in the men’s singles event.

Lakshya had a good start as he was leading 14-11 but he couldn’t sustain the pressure on his opponent who turned the tables to win the opening game.

In second game Lakshya look more confident, he took 8-4 lead.He quickly take six more point to make it 14-6. Hong reduced it to 10-14 but Lakshya countinue to stay ahead of his Chinese opponent and take the match into the decider.

In third set Chinese Shuttler take 7-5 lead,but sen took 5 point out of next 8 to make it level at 10-10.Weng again come into 16-13 lead.Lakshya then change the gear and won eight points to leave his rival stranded.

World number 51 Sen, who has won the Asian Junior Championship, silver at the Youth Olympics and a bronze at World Junior Championship last year, continues to impress on the senior circuit.

Rohan Sharma

Mechanical Engineer, Founder of Sportstalk24, Sports enthusiast from Himachal Pradesh. Fell in love with sports because of Leander Paes 

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