Last Updated: February 06, 2023, 15:23 IST
Shuttlers Manraj Singh and Rakshitha Sree S will lead a 19-member Indian contingent at the upcoming Dutch Junior and German Junior International tournaments subsequent month.
The Dutch Junior International will kick off from March 1 in Haarlem whereas the German Junior occasion will start from March eight in Berlin.
Badminton Association of India (BAI) had performed a four-day choice trial at Greater Noida from January 24 to 27 to decide the shuttlers for the yr’s first two main Junior International Grand Prix occasions.
India’s No. 33 males’s singles shuttler Manraj topped the lads’s singles class adopted by Ayush Shetty, Lokesh Reddy Ok and Gagan.
Rising shuttler Rakshitha will lead the ladies’s singles group together with Shreya Lele, Jiya Rawat and Aalisha Naik.
Bhavya Chhabra-Param Choudhary will shoulder the lads’s doubles accountability with in-form Divyam Arora-Mayank Rana making it to the workforce because the second pair.
The girls’s doubles duo of Vennala Ok and Shreyanshi Valishetty, who additionally represented India lately at Badminton Asia Junior Championships 2022, will likely be eager to put up impactful performances together with Vaishnavi Khadkekar-Sania Sikkandar.
Arulmurugan R-Srinidhi N and Sathwik Reddy Ok-Vaishnavi Khadkekar are India’s finest guess in blended doubles class.
“This is an efficient bunch of rising Indian shuttlers. They’ve been doing effectively at junior circuit and they’ve proved their mettle at choice trials as effectively to seal their place within the squad. All of them have potential to end on the rostrum,” said BAI Secretary Sanjay Mishra.
Men’s singles: Manraj Singh, Ayush Shetty, Lokesh Reddy K, Gagan
Women’s singles: Rakshitha Sree S, Shreya Lele, Jiya Rawat, Aalisha Naik
Men’s doubles: Bhavya Chhabra/Param Choudhary, Divyam Arora/Mayank Rana
Women’s doubles: Vennala K/Shreyanshi Valishetty, Vaishnavi Khadkekar/Sania Sikkandar
Mixed doubles: Arulmurugan R/Srinidhi N, Sathwik Reddy K/Vaishnavi Khadkekar.
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