Saina Nehwal

October 9, 2010 by Post Team 

Saina Nehwal, Apart from Saina, all eyes will also star in the mixed doubles pair of Jwala and V Diju Gutta.India his first appearance in the final mixed team beat England 3-0 on Thursday and probably also increase your confidence for further glory Siri Fort sports complex since Saturday.

If an athlete stands a sport other than cricket that he or she does so despite the system not to support any it.When you think this, you begin to understand the actual size of a champion athlete, a champion history of world chess, Viswanathan Anand, or Olympic gold medalist in shooting, Abhinav Bindra.

These teachers have shone on the strength of their own resources. Saina Nehwal to lead by example, while the pair of Jwala Gutta and V Diju Mixed give a boost to the Indian traveler to have an influential role in the badminton team at the Commonwealth Games tomorrow. India hopes for a medal at the world badminton championships of the world’s number two last Friday Saina Nehwal bowed in the quarterfinals of the women’s singles win. It was a disappointing result for a week that promised much but in the end, 20 died of another of the legion of top Chinese players.

Koo Kien Keat, world number one men’s doubles, along with Eei Hui Chin, six of the women’s doubles world rankings, and did well, winning in straight games against Yao Lei Chayut Triyachart and in the mixed doubles.

And then successfully completed Koo 3-1 when he and his list of partners headed by Tan Boon Heong beat Triyachart and Hendra Wijaya 21-7, 21-13.

Meanwhile, Lee Chong Wei, the world number one, a walk through a 21-19, 21-18 victory over Wong Zi, the number of Singapore’s 20 years old, one, after which it was not defeat of the woman a little surprising to Wong Mew Choo singles.

Wong, a top 20 player, was beaten 21-12, 7-21, 21-16 by Xing in crisis, once the youngest player at 15, to win a Grand Prix title.

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