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Live Badminton Score India, Jwala Gutta, Ashwini Ponnappa, Rio 2016 Olympics: Doubles teams play for pride

Live India Badminton, Rio 2016 Olympics: Jwala Gutta-Ashwini Ponnappa and Manu Attri-Sumeeth Reddy in final matches. Stay tuned for live scores and updates.

By: Express Web Desk |
August 13, 2016 6:07:55 pm
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India’s campaign in doubles – men’s and women’s is over already after both the teams lost their respective first two matches. Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa gave a fight in the second match by taking it to three sets but Manu Attri and Sumeeth Reddy went out rather tamely. In the first match, both the teams had lost in straight games to give themselves a poor start. Now, in the third and final match, both the teams will play for pride as they’ve already crashed out of Rio 2016 Olympics.

The early exit reflects badly on Indian badminton’s doubles too with plenty of noise prior to the competition with new coach required and that request being fulfilled only to see no positive result.

Live India badminton, Rio 2016 Olympics:

# All over for Gutta and Ponnappa! They lose 21-15 in the second set

# Sapsiree to serve and with that point, Thai duo is one point away from another set win

# Puttita/Sapsiree edging close to their straight set win, Gutta-Ponnappa trail by six points

# Five point difference between the two teams, Ponnappa/Gutta need to improve their game to edge close to Puttita/Sapsiree

# Great rally between the two teams but Gutta fails to pick Puttita’s smash

# Gutta to serve after the Indian pair was able to win a point

# Successive points for the Indian duo but Puttita/Sapsiree still have the lead 11-8

# Ponnappa to serve next and  Indian pair unable keep the momentum

# Ponnappa/Gutta putting Thai ladies under pressure again. Though they trail by alot but good show

# Puttita/Sapsiree break and take the lead to 7-4

# Ponnappa/Gutta are just surging ahead with some dominating smashes.

# Lovely rally between Ponnappa-Gutta and the Thai ladies but Puttita/Sapsiree lead 6-4 at the break

# Thai pair Puttita/Sapsiree win two back-to-back points in the third set

# Second set underway and Puttita/Sapsiree take early lead of 1-0

# Gutta/Ponnappa save one of five game points but lose first game 17-21

# Game point for the Thai pair, will Gutta/ Ponnappa equalise the score in the first set

# Puttita/Sapsiree are edging close to win the first set. 19-16 now in the first

# Gutta with that smash gets a point and reduces the lead to 18-16

# Puttita/Sapsiree take four straight points to regain the lead from the Indian pair

# Gutta-Ponnappa take the lead with some quick attacking shots at the net. 15-12

# After losing first two group matches Ponnappa/Gutta pair is playing for pride tonight against Thailand’s
Puttita- Sapsiree

# Indian duo of Ashwini Ponnappa and Jwala Gutta are on the court for their last women’s doubles group match

BUILD UP

# Jwala Gutta-Ashwini Ponnappa out of Rio 2016 Olympics

Indian duo will play their final Group A clash against Puttita Supajirakul and Sapsiree Taerattanachai. (source: Reuters)

India’s women’s badminton doubles pair of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa bowed out of the Rio Olympics after going down to Eefje Muskens and Selena Piek of the Netherlands in their second Group A match on Friday.

The Indian duo suffered a 16-21, 21-16, 17-21 defeat against the Dutch pair in a contest that lasted more than one hour at the Riocentro arena.

Despite being neck-and-neck in the first half of the first game, the Indian pair wilted under pressure to lose the game 16-21 in 19 minutes.

The second game was dominated by the Indian pair as they raced to a three-point lead 11-8 and then to 18-15. They maintained the lead and did not let the advantage slip till the last to clinch the second game.

The decider game saw the Indians slip from a position of strength to submission. At one point they were at par but in the last, Jwala-Ashwini gave some easy points to lose the issue 17-21.

Jwala and Ashwin had also lost their opening match on Thursday against the Japanese pair of Misaki Matsutomo and Ayaka Takahashi.

This was the Dutch’s pair’s second win in as many games and they and the Japanese pair of Matsutomo and Takahashi are through to the quarter-finals.

The Indian pair will play their final Group A clash against the Thai shuttlers Puttita Supajirakul and Sapsiree Taerattanachai, who are also out of the Games.

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