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Badminton Nationals: Top seeds Sen, Kashyap ousted

Badminton Nationals: Top seeds Sen, Kashyap ousted

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Chennai: Commonwealth Games gold medallist Lakshya Sen and women’s top seed Aakarshi Kashyap were knocked out in the quarterfinals of the ongoing National Badminton Championships here today. While top-seeded Sen began the day with a win over Abhishek Saini 21-23 21-12 24-22 in the pre-quarterfinals, he lost 21-15 10-21 21-17 to Bharat Raghav. Kashyap was defeated by Tanvi Sharma 21-15 22-20.

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