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Ishaan Bhatnagar and Sai Pratheek K took just 30 minutes to get the better of English duo of Callum Hemming and Steven Stalwood 21-15 21-16 in their tournament- opener.
- Former India chief coach Vimal Kumar points to India’s South Africa tour, European football and global tennis being played despite the tough pandemic situation
- BWF World Championships 2021 Day 2 schedule: India's seasoned campaigner HS Prannoy and youngster Dhruv Kapila will resume the country's campaign on the second day. While Prannoy will play Angus Ng Ka Long in the men's singles category, Kapila will partner MR Arjun in the men's doubles event.
The Indian contingent returned with 41 medals which includes 12 gold, 15 silver, and 14 bronze. This was India's best-ever showing at the continental Para youth games.
For India, Tokyo Paralympian Palak Kohli, Sanjana Kumari, and Hardik Makkar clinched three medals each. The para-badminton contingent won four gold medals, seven silver, and five bronze in total in Manama.