Arvind Bhat reaches round 3 of Dutch Open badminton

Updated: 10 October 2013 13:02 IST

Bhat, who got a first round bye, came from a game down to clinch the second round tie that lasted little over an hour.

New Delhi:

Indian shuttler Arvind Bhat notched up a come-from-behind victory over Hsu Jui Ting of Chinese Taipei to move into the third round of the men's singles competition in Dutch Open in Almere, The Netherlands.

The 15th seed former national champion lost the first game 22-24 in a close fight despite starting off well. However, that did not deter the 34-year-old Indian as he quickly made amends to his game and bagged the next one 21-13.

Bhat, who got a first round bye, followed it up with a 21-19 scoreline in the final game, to clinch the second round tie that lasted little over an hour.

He will take on Gabriel Ulldahl of Sweden later in the day.

Topics : Badminton
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