Indian shuttler Meiraba Luwang beats Ken Yong Ong to clinch Bangladesh Junior International Series title

Meiraba had also clinched the boys' singles U-19 title at the Woncheon Yonex Korea Junior Open International Challenge last month

Press Trust of India December 22, 2019 16:22:42 IST
Indian shuttler Meiraba Luwang beats Ken Yong Ong to clinch Bangladesh Junior International Series title
  • India's Meiraba Luwang lived up to his top billing to win the Bangladesh Junior International Series 2019 in Dhaka on Sunday

  • Top-seeded Meiraba, who hails from the state of Manipur, beat Ken Yong Ong 21, 14, 21-18 in the final, which lasted a total of 38 minutes

  • Meiraba had also clinched the boys' singles U-19 title at the Woncheon Yonex Korea Junior Open International Challenge last month

Dhaka: India's Meiraba Luwang lived up to his top billing to win the Bangladesh Junior International Series 2019 in Dhaka on Sunday.

Indian shuttler Meiraba Luwang beats Ken Yong Ong to clinch Bangladesh Junior International Series title

Representational photo. AFP

Top-seeded Meiraba, who hails from the state of Manipur, beat Ken Yong Ong 21, 14, 21-18 in the final, which lasted a total of 38 minutes.

Meiraba had defeated another Malaysian, M Fazriq Mohamad Razif, in the semi-finals. He was one of the five Indians in the main draw.

Meiraba had also clinched the boys' singles U-19 title at the Woncheon Yonex Korea Junior Open International Challenge last month.

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