SaarLorLux Open: India's Subhankar Dey thwarts Toby Penty to enter semi-finals; Parupalli Kashyap ousted

India's Subhankar Dey entered the semi-final while senior pro Parupalli Kashyap lost his last-eight encounter at the SaarLorLux Open Badminton Championship

Press Trust of India November 03, 2018 13:08:47 IST
SaarLorLux Open: India's Subhankar Dey thwarts Toby Penty to enter semi-finals; Parupalli Kashyap ousted

Saarbrucken: India's Subhankar Dey entered the semi-final while senior pro Parupalli Kashyap lost his last-eight encounter at the SaarLorLux Open Badminton Championship on Friday.

SaarLorLux Open Indias Subhankar Dey thwarts Toby Penty to enter semifinals Parupalli Kashyap ousted

India's Subhankar Dey had stunned Lin Dan to enter quarter-finals of SaarLorLux Open. Twitter

World No 64 Subhankar, who beat Lin Dan in the second round beat seventh-seeded Englishman Toby Penty 21-16 21-9 in only 32 minutes.

However, Kashyap lost his quarter-final against France's Toma Junior Popov 16-21 18-21 inside 38 minutes.

In the women's singles quarter-final, Sayali Rane lost her match against Denmark's Line Hjmark Kjaersfeldt 14-21 9-21.

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