19/01/2023 10:37 PM | Click to read full article
Jan 19 was a disappointing day for Indian badminton players. In their own home, the journey of all Indians in the India Open came to an end. India suffered the biggest setback in the form of the defeat of star shuttler and defending champion Lakshya Sen in men's singles. In the tournament being held in New Delhi, Denmark's world number 20 player Rasmus Gemke defeated seventh seed India's young star in the second round match which lasted one hour and 21 minutes.