Ajay Jayaram bows out of Malaysia Open badminton, India’s campaign ends
Ajay Jayaram lost to fifth seed Son Wan-ho of South Korea in straight games to crash out of the Malaysia Open Super Series badminton tournament on FridayUpdated: Apr 07, 2017 16:17 IST
Ajay Jayaram crashed out of the Malaysia Open Super Series badminton tournament, going down to fifth-seeded Son Wan-ho of South Korea in the quarterfinals on Friday.
The 29-year-old, who was having a dream run at the tournament so far, failed to produce the goods and lost 18-21, 14-21 to Wan-ho in a match that lasted only 37 minutes.
Jayaram entered the quarterfinals with a hard-fought victory over Denmark’s Viktor Axelsen in Kuching on Thursday.
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Jayaram’s defeat marked the end of India’s campaign at the tournament.
On Day 1 of the tournament on Wednesday, Rio Olympics silver-medallist PV Sindhu and London Olympics bronze medallist Saina Nehwal made shocking first-round exits.
First Published: Apr 07, 2017 16:02 IST