Manraj Singh topped the men’s singles category followed by Ayush Shetty, Lokesh Reddy K., and Gagan. While, rising women’s singles shuttler Rakshitha Sree S. will lead the women’s singles group along with India no. 25 Shreya Lele, Jiya Rawat, and India no. 24 Aalisha Naik.
“This is a good bunch of rising Indian shuttlers. They’ve been doing well at the junior circuit and they have proved their mettle at selection trials as well to seal their place in the squad. All of them have the potential to finish on the podium. I hope they do well at these events and more to come,” said Sanjay Mishra, Secretary, of the Badminton Association of India.
Meanwhile, Bhavya Chhabra-Param Choudhary will shoulder the men’s doubles responsibility with in-form Divyam Arora-Mayank Rana making it to the team as 2nd pair. Women’s doubles duo Vennala K.-Shreyanshi Valishetty who also represented India recently at Badminton Asia Junior Championships 2022 will be keen to put up impactful performances along with Vaishnavi Khadkekar-Sania Sikkandar.
Whereas, Arulmurugan R.-Srinidhi N. alongside Sathwik Reddy K.-Vaishnavi Khadkekar is India’s best bet in the mixed doubles category. The Dutch Junior International 2023 will kick off on March 1 in Haarlem while the German Junior 2023 will begin on March 8 in Berlin.
Men’s singles: Manraj Singh, Ayush Shetty, Lokesh Reddy K., Gagan
Women’s singles: Rakshitha Sree S., Shreya Lele, Jiya Rawat, Aalisha Naik
Men’s doubles: Bhavya Chhabra/Param Choudhary, Divyam Arora/Mayank Rana
Women’s doubles: Vennala K./Shreyanshi Valishetty, Vaishnavi Khadkekar/Sania Sikkandar
Mixed doubles: Arulmurugan R./Srinidhi N., Sathwik Reddy K./Vaishnavi KhadkekarGet updates! Follow us on
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