Arvind crashes out of Hong Kong Open

Updated: 21 November 2008 12:36 IST

Indian challenge ended with Arvind Bhatt suffering a straight-game defeat at the hands of Kai Wen to crash out of the China Open Super Series quarters.

New Delhi:

Indian challenge ended with Arvind Bhatt suffering a straight-game defeat at the hands of Chinese Kai Wen to crash out of the quarterfinals of China Open Super Series badminton tournament in Shanghai on Friday. The Indian shuttler was thrashed 13-21, 10-21 by Kai in a lop-sided battle that lasted just 28 minutes.

Kai played from the nets, bagging 24 points against Arvind's seven, who was just no match for the Chinese.

Arvind will next play in the Hong Kong super series starting from November 24. He will lock horns with world number eight Joachim Persson of Denmark on November 26 at Hong Kong.

Topics : Badminton
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