Sat. Apr 13th, 2024
Lakshya Sen unofficially confirms his place at the Paris Olympics

Indian star shuttler, Lakshya Sen has unofficially verified his berth for the Paris Olympics via ranking quota, he is now the 2nd Indian men’s singles player for India to qualify for this Olympics following HS Prannoy.

Immediately after Lakshya’s qualification, India will have two representations in the men’s singles classification at the identical Olympics after 20 yrs. Previously, in the 2004 Athens Olympics, Abhinn Shyam Gupta and Nikhil Kanetkar had been the types who capable in the men’s singles willpower.

Lakshya who was in undesirable variety and was lagging outside the house the major 16 in the Race to Paris Rankings, just before the start off of the calendar year, had a incredible past month building it to the two back-to-again semis at the French Open up Tremendous 750 and All England Tremendous 1000 events respectively.

He has reached 12th posture in the Race to Paris and has a incredibly good change with the gamers outside the house the top 16. That’s why, none of them can overtake him with just one particular tournament still left right before the closing of the rankings. So, he verified his debut at this most important quadrennial event.

Previously, HS Prannoy, ranked 9th in the Race to Paris Rankings has previously verified his put in men’s singles whilst two-time Olympics medalist, PV Sindhu will be the lone consultant for India in women’s singles.

Entire world no.1 pairing of Satwiksairaj Rankreddy and Chirag Shetty will direct India in the men’s doubles classification in the second consecutive Olympics. Meanwhile, in women’s doubles, Ashwini Ponnappa and Tanisha Crasto are in a pretty difficult situation for the Paris Quota as 5-6 pairs are combating for the 4 out there places.

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