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CWG 2022 : Easy openers for P.V Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth as India whitewash Pak 5-0 in mixed team badminton

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Birmingham , 29 Jul 2022

Though it was only their first match and the opponent too was not so strong, the Indian thinktank pushed in some heavy artillery in the form of World Championship silver medallist Kidambi Srikanth and two-time Olympic medallist P.V Sindhu in their opening match of the Mixed Team competition against Pakistan at Commonwealth Games 2022, here on Friday.

India are the defending champion in the Mixed Team competition and also the most successful team in the 2018 edition of the Games in Gold Coast, Australia. Both Srikanth and Sindhu had won silver medals in men's singles and women's singles respectively. 

On the other hand, Pakistan players had not crossed the Round of 32.There is also a huge ranking disparity between players from the two countries. But the coaches apparently wanted the Indian heavyweight to have some early match practice and put in both Sindhu and Srikanth besides the top doubles pair of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty.

India eventually outplayed Pakistan 5-0, handing the minnows a comprehensive defeat without even breaking a sweat.The mixed doubles pair of B Sumeeth Reddy and Ashwini Ponappa set the ball rolling for India as it defeated Mohammad Irfan Saeed Bhatti and Ghazala Siddique of Pakistan 21-8, 21-12 in straight games.

Srikanth then stepped into the court at the NEC Hall No 5 to get the better of Murad Ali, playing in his second successive Commonwealth Games, a 21-7, 21-12 defeat. World No 7 P.V Sindhu then sealed victory for India as she defeated Mahoor Shahzad 21-7, 216 in double quick time.

With India taking an unassailable 3-0 in the tie, world No. 8 men's doubles pair of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy-Chirag Shetty and the women's pair of Treesa Jolly-Gayatri Gopichand also registered convincing victories to help India take maximum points from the tie.

Satwiksairaj Rankireddy-Chirag Shetty beat Murad Ali-Muhammad Bhatti 21-12, 21-9 while Treesa Jolly-Gayatri Gopichand got the better of Mahoor Shahzad-Ghazala Siddique 21-4, 21-5. India will now play a doubleheader on Saturday. 

After taking on Sri Lanka early, India will take on Australia later in the day.Senior player Srikanth was happy with his performance though he said he was initially a bit tense as he was playing his first match here.

"In such big games it's always important to start off well, and I'm just really happy with the win. Physically I'm good, it's just about playing well and implementing it on court," Srikanth said after his match."I am playing my first match here at the Commonwealth Games, so I was a little tense. 

There always will be pressure moments. But yeah, it's always good to start off with a win. Just very happy with the way things went, it was just about being consistent and maintaining pace," he added.Asked whether considering the rankings and recent results of the Indian players, would he consider missing out on a gold in Birmingham as a disappointment for the entire team, Srikanth said they are doing their best and not considering such things.

"We are not really thinking about the negative sides of it, what if we lose in the semifinal or final or whatever at any position? We want to really give it our best and not think about the results," he said.On the tough competition here in the individual events, particularly men's singles, Srikanth said, "Look at the individual event in the men's singles, all of the three main medal winners of the world championships are here. 

Loh Kean Yew (Singapore) won gold, I won silver and Lakshya Sen, who won bronze, is here. So it's definitely going to be a good one, an interesting one for sure. It's just about playing well," he added.A total of 16 teams are participating in the mixed team event with the top two teams from each group making the knockouts. 

The singles and the doubles badminton events at Birmingham 2022 will start on August 3 and will run till August 8.

 

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