Syed Modi International: Saina Nehwal, Sameer Verma to the end

Lucknow: Saina Nehwal and Sameer Verma, who won the World Cup on three occasions, were far more successful in winning the men's and women's competitions, winning the World Tour Super 300 on Saturday.

Commonwealth Games The Satwiksairaj Rankings and Chirag Shetty and the Gold Coast win the Goldwings Tournament Ashwini Ponnappa and Sikki Reddy have also emerged from the group stage of both teams and teams.

The third Sameer camel, who won the title in Switzerland and Hyderabad this year, featured Chico Aura Dwi Wardoyo, 21-13 17-21 21-8 at the 57-minute semifinals.
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The world's 16 Indian athletes, who need to win the title to compete for the HSBC BWF World Tour Finals, will face Chinese sixth Lu Guangzu for the meeting. If he wins the league, Sameer will release Japan's Kenta Nishimoto at No.8 in Race to Guangzhou Rankings.
Saina, who came in second place, also beat Russia's Hartawan 12-21 21-7 21-6 to meet China's Han Yue, who defeated his colleagues Liueru 21-15 19 -21 21-9 In the other semi-final.

Both Satwiksairaj and Chirag won the London Olympics Olympiad Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen in Denmark on 22-20 25-23 to secure their place in the Super 300 final. It was their first victory for the two Danes who celebrated five times.

The two Indian men, who won the Super 100 in Hyderabad, face second-placed Indonesia, Fajar Alfian and Muhammad Rian Ardianto both in the competition.

Ashwini and Sikki have also won their second successive tournament in the competition with 21 to 21-16 win over Russia's Ekaterina Bolotova and Alina Davletova.

However, Ashwini has failed to qualify for the finals of the competition after she and her team Satwiksairaj Rankajdy struck 12-21 21-18 19-21 two Chinese teams Ou Xuanyi and Feng Xueying. day.

World No. 9 Saina received a draw in the first half and conceded 5-2. She tried to come back, but Ruselli won 11-7 weeks for the first time on holiday, and then opening the match, most of the disappointing people.

Saina returned to the second half, following a 4-0 win over the Indonesian side. India is five points behind to reach 9-4, and quickly rushed to 16-6 before returning to five points.

The referee was different from Saina who continued with the club's strengths, 8-2, and once they reached eight points in order to avoid the game against the opponents. It is stamped in this competition in a complete way to reach the fourth final.

For men, Sameer was leading 3-0 and 7-4 before Chico could not afford 11-10 wins. However, India quickly hit 10-point 10-12 points to hit 20-12 and then closed the opening game.

He was featured in the 7-1 win over Chico and recovered 12-11 at the same time. Sameer found a 17-16 place, but Indonesia won five points.

Referee Sameer seemed to be a special zone for the 11-3 lead, and then defended the referee to enjoy his place in the final.

| Edited by: You are Abe