Gayatri said after the match: “We learned a lot from this match. She didn’t relinquish control of the shuttle and we were a bit nervous.” “His defense of her was great,” Trisa said. We were nervous and we couldn’t play well.
The Indian pair of Trisa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand crashed out in the women’s doubles semi-finals of the All-England Badminton Championships for the second year running. The Indian pair were defeated by the world number 20 Korean pair of Baek Na Ha and Lee So Hee in a 21. 10, 21. beat 10. Gayatri said after the match, “We learned a lot from this match. She didn’t relinquish control of the shuttle and we were a bit nervous.” “His defense of her was great,” Trisa said. We were nervous and we couldn’t play well.
Gayatri’s father, Pullela Gopichand, was the last Indian to win the All England title in 2001. Before him, Prakash Padukone had won the title in 1980. Nineteen-year-old Trisa and 20-year-old Gayatri had strong chances. to reach the final, but were unable to cross the semi-final hurdle. They faced a tough pair from Korea, of which Lee is a two-time world champion. The Indian duo failed to get off to a good start and fell 0. behind by 4.
The Korean pair kept up the pressure with their long rallies and 11. They made a lead of 5. The Indian pair put in a few points to score 9. They made 13 but since then the contest has turned one-sided. In the second game he scored 11. He started with a strong lead of 2. The Indians made a lot of mistakes, which they took advantage of and brought the game and the match to their name. Gayatri and Trisa had previously defeated seventh seeds Jongkolphan K and Ravindra P of Thailand and former world number one Yuki Fukushima and Sayaka Hirota of Japan.
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