B Sai Praneeth Win 2016 Canada Open Grand Prix Badminton Men’S Singles Title (Download PDF)

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On 3rd July 2016 Indian shuttler B Sai Praneeth has won the Canada Open Grand Prix Badminton Men՚s Singles title category. The 23-year-old Praneeth, seeded fourth, dished out a dominating game to defeat Korea՚s Lee Hyun II 21 - 12 21 - 10 in the men՚s singles final.

B Sai Praneeth
  • The world No. 37 Praneeth has been plagued by various injuries and indifferent form that resulted in his early exits from tournaments for quite a few years now.
  • His most memorable win was against Muhammad Hafiz Hashim in all England Champion came in 2003.
  • In this year, When the Andhra Pradesh shuttler won his maiden Grand Prix crown against Korean Lee in the semi-finals
  • Lee had defeated top seed Ajay Jayaram of India 21 - 9 21 - 8, whereas Praneeth had edged out a difficult 22 - 20 19 - 21 21 - 12 win over France՚s Brice Leverdez.

About B Sai Praneeth:

  • Sai Praneeth Bhamidipati born on 10 August 1992 in Andhra Pradesh.
  • He is a male Indian badminton player hailing from Hyderabad, Telangana.
  • The right handed Sai Praneeth is currently ranked 33rd in the Badminton World Federation.


Table Shows the Achievement of B. Sai Praneeth
S. noYearTournamentCategorie
12015Sri Lanka International Challenge 2015Men՚s singles
22015Lagos International 2015Men՚s singles
32015Najib Razak RM2.6B Donation Challenge 2015Men՚s singles
42015Bangladesh Open International Badminton Challenge 2015Men՚s singles
52016Canada Open Grand Prix Badminton 2016Men՚s singles

About Men՚s doubles title:

  • Indian men՚s pair of Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy won the 2016 Canada Open Grand Prix Badminton title in the men՚s doubles category.
  • There was a big boost for Indian shuttlers ahead of the upcoming Rio Olympics 2016,
  • Attri and Reddy defeated Adrian Liu and Toby Ng 21 - 8 21 - 14 in a lop-sided final.
  • However, the pair of Attri and Reddy is the first Indian men՚s doubles pair to qualify for the Rio Olympics.
  • Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy:
Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy

- Published/Last Modified on: July 5, 2016

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