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HS Prannoy vs Kunlavut Vitidsarn Live, BWF World Championships Semifinal: HS Prannoy Aims For Maiden Final

HS Prannoy vs Kunlavut Vitidsarn Live, BWF World Championships Semifinal: HS Prannoy Aims For Maiden Final

BWF World Championships Semifinal Live: HS Prannoy aims to add to his glory.© AFP

HS Prannoy vs Kunlavut Vitidsarn Live Updates, BWF World Championships Semifinal: India’s ace shuttler HS Prannoy’s semi-final match against Thailand’s Kunlavut Vitidsarn in the BWF World Championships 2023 has kicked off. The match will be taking place at Royal Arena – Court 1 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Prannoy, who has entered the semi-final of the tournament for the first time, will aim to better the colour of his medal. The Indian star will be high on confidence after handing a shock defeat to two-time defending champion Viktor Axelsen of Denmark in a thrilling 68-minute quarter-final on Friday.

Live Updates of HS Prannoy vs Kunlavut Vitidsarn, BWF World Championships semifinal match, straight from Copenhagen:







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  • 20:56 (IST)

    BWF World Championships: Prannoy in lead!

    A three-point advantage for HS Prannoy at the moment against Thailand’s Vitidsarn.

  • 20:52 (IST)

    BWF World Championships: A tight battle!

    India’s HS Prannoy os trailing 3-4 at the moment in the opening game. By the time I type, he has made a comeback to make it 4 all. 

  • 20:49 (IST)

    BWF World Championships: Action starts!

    The men’s singles semi-final match between HS Prannoy and Kunlavut Vitidsarn at BWF World Championships has kicked off.

  • 20:41 (IST)

    BWF World Championships: Prannoy’s match next!

    South Korea’s An Se-young has entered the final with a 21-19, 21-15 win over China’s Chen Yufei in the women’s singles semi-final at the Royal Arena – Court 1. The men’s semi-final between India’s HS Prannoy and Thailand’s Kunlavut Vitidsarn will start next.

  • 20:31 (IST)

    BWF World C’ships: Astrup-Rasmussen into final!

    Denmark’s Kim Astrup-Anders Skaarup Rasmussen pair has entered the final of the men’s doubles at BWF World Championships. Notably, this pair had defeated India’s Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty in the quarter-finals of men’s doubles.

    — BWF (@bwfmedia) August 26, 2023

  • 20:12 (IST)

    HS Prannoy vs Kunlavut Vitidsarn: Match set to start soon!

    China’s Chen Yufei is playing against South Korea’s An Se-young in the women’s singles semi-final at the Royal Arena – Court 1 at the moment. As the match gets over, HS Prannoy will play his semi-final match against Thailand’s Kunlavut Vitidsarn next.

  • 19:57 (IST)

    HS Prannoy vs Kunlavut Vitidsarn: Head-to-head

    India’s HS Prannoy and Thailand’s Kunlavut Vitidsarn have faced each other just once. The match took place at the the 2022 England Open in which Vitidsarn claimed a 21-15, 24-22 win against the Indian. Beating the world number 1 Viktor Axelsen in the quarter-final must have boosted the confidence of Prannoy and it will be really interesting to see how he fares against Vitidsarn in semi-final tonight.

  • 19:39 (IST)

    HS Prannoy vs Kunlavut Vitidsarn: An improved HS Prannoy!

    Talking about his new shots, HS Prannoy said: “Before coming for Worlds, we had a week’s time, all we do was practice some few shots, learn something new, so there was this shot at 19-19 yesterday, that didnt work but the guts to try something new is a never ending process. We are trying to find new shots because we are playing against top 10, top 20 every week. I might come out with a new shot next week.”

    Coming back after losing the first game, it was all about belief for Prannoy.#BWFWorldChampionships | #Copenhagen2023 pic.twitter.com/1EdEAu2UtR

    — The Olympic Games (@Olympics) August 25, 2023

  • 19:22 (IST)

    BWF World Championships: Satwik-Chirag are already out!

    Indian pair of Satwiksairaj and Shetty missed out on a second World Championships medal after suffering a shocking straight-game loss to Kim Astrup and Anders Skaarup Rasmussen of Denmark in the men’s doubles quarterfinals. The world number two Indian pair, which had claimed a maiden bronze in the last edition, couldn’t produce their attacking game and went down 18-12 19-21 to the 11th seeded Danish combination, the 2021 bronze winners, in a 48-minute battle.

  • 19:02 (IST)

    Indian players to win a BWF World C’ships medal –

    Two-time Olympic medallist PV Sindhu won five of them, including a gold in 2019, and Saina Nehwal (silver and bronze) claimed two. Kidambi Srikanth (silver), Lakshya Sen (bronze), B Sai Praneeth (bronze) and Prakash Padukone (bronze) are the other medallists in singles. Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty had won a bronze in the last edition, while Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa claimed a bronze back in 2011 in the women’s doubles.

  • 18:49 (IST)

    14th World Championship medal for India

    HS Prannoy, the 31-year-old from Kerala who claimed the Malaysia Masters Super 500 and reached the finals at Australian Open Super 500 this year, continued India’s dream run at the World Championships with the victory he sealed on Friday in the quarter-finals. His win helped the country secure a 14th medal in the event.

  • 18:35 (IST)

    BWF World C’ships: HS Prannoy’s road to the semi-final

    Quarterfinals: Prannoy defeated Viktor Axelsen 13-21, 21-15, 21-16

    Round of 16: Prannoy defeated Loh Kean Yew 21-18, 15-21, 21-19

    Round of 32: Prannoy defeated Chico Aura Dwi Wardoyo 21-9, 21-14

    Round of 64 (First Round): Prannoy defeated Kolle Koljonen 24-22, 21-10

  • 18:18 (IST)

    HS Prannoy vs Kunlavut Vitidsarn: ‘Finally a Worlds medal’

    “Oh, yes! I finally have a worlds medal,” said HS Prannoy after ensuring his maiden medal at the event. “I just zoned out, the only thing under my control is me. I was actually not thinking anything else today, just thinking what to do to take the next five points. A lot of thinking I was doing inside but was not aware what was happening around. I was pretty much in my zone after the second game.”

  • 18:07 (IST)

    BWF World Championships: In-form HS Prannoy!

    HS Prannoy extracted the last ounce of energy from his reservoir to stun two-time defending champion Viktor Axelsen of Denmark in a thrilling 68-minute quarterfinal to ensure a medal for India in the World Badminton Championship on Friday. In a nail-biter, Prannoy once again showed his big-match temperament as he fought back from a game down to outwit the world No. 1 one Axelsen 13-21, 21-15, 21-16 in-front of his home crowd at the Royal Arena.

  • 17:51 (IST)

    BWF World Championships Live: Big match for Prannoy and India!

    HS Prannoy is the only Indian player remaining in the ongoing BWF World Championships. He has already been assured of a bronze medal with his entry into the semi-finals. However, if the player manages to win the game tonight, he will assured of a silver. With none of the other Indian players managing a podium finish in this edition of the tournament, Prannoy is the country’s only hope.

  • 17:31 (IST)

    Welcome guys!

    Hello everyone, welcome to the live blog of HS Prannoy vs Kunlavut Vitidsarn, BWF World Championships 2023 semi-final match. You will get the live updates and scores related to the match here. Stay connected.

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