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BADMINTON - Int News08 Feb 2023
Sports Bulletin Report Dubai (UAE): Pakistan will face high-ranked Japan in their inaugural fixture of the Badminton Asia Mixed Team Championship, which is scheduled to be held here at the Dubai Exhibition Centre, United Arabs Emirates (UAE) from February 14 to 19, 2023. A four-member contingent including Murad Ali, Irfan Bhatti, Mahoor Shahzad, and Ghazalla Siddiqui will represent Pakistan in the 25-nation regional badminton showpiece. Pakistan is bracketed in Group D along with Japan, Chinese Taipei, and Hong Kong. (Teams Group): Group A China, South Korea, Singapore, Uzbekistan Group B Malaysia, India, Kazakhstan, United Arab Emirates (UAE) Group C Indonesia, Thailand, Bahrain, Syria, Lebanon Group D Japan, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, Pakistan Schedule (Day-1): South Korea vs Singapore, Malaysia vs UAE, Chinese Taipei vs Hong Kong, Indonesia vs Lebanon, India vs Kazakhstan, Pakistan vs Japan, China vs Uzbekistan, Bahrain vs Lebanon, Thailand vs Syria, Indonesia vs Syria Schedule (Day-2): Indonesia vs Bahrain, Japan vs Hong Kong, India vs UAE, China vs Singapore, Chinese Taipei vs Pakistan, Thailand vs Bahrain, Korea vs Uzbekistan, Syria vs Lebanon, Thailand vs Lebanon, Malaysia vs Kazakhstan Schedule (Day-3): China vs Korea, Japan vs Chinese Taipei, Malaysia vs India, Singapore vs Thailand, Hong Kong vs Pakistan, Bahrain vs Syria.
BADMINTON - Int News31 Jul 2022
Raziuddin Ahmed It is an extremely shameful seen in the Commonwealth Badminton 2022 when in a Women’s Doubles disciple both the 19 years old girls Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand sealed the best of five team event 5-0, thrashing the Pakistani Olympian Mahoor Shahzad pairing with national doubles champion Ghazala Siddique with miserable score-line 21-4 and 21-5. It is fair and square to say that it was the street level game, showed by the top Pakistani Olympian shuttlers, dishearten the nation against the traditional rival. Question rises if the players are not capable to fight then why they were sent for 72 countries mega quadrennial sports fixture. The Olympian Mahoor was screaming over the Pakistan Sports Board’s decision to not send badminton team. On the other side, none of the Pakistani shuttler could win a solitary game against India, as in the opening fixture of mixed team event and gone down to all 2-0 defeat in Men’s Single, Women’s Single, Men & Women Doubles including Mix Doubles. Pakistan Badminton Federation (PBF) to stop immediately more disrespecting badminton. I appeal to the PSB and the Ministry IPC to probe on this insulting defeat. There are many solutions to keep national flag high in the international badminton arenas. Ashwini Ponnappa and Sumeeth Reddy (India) were the first to take court in the mixed doubles match giving India a 1-0 lead and outclassed Irfan Bhatti and Ghazala 21-9 21-12. Kidambi Srikanth followed up to maintain lead 2-0 with a 21-7 21-12 win over Murad Ali in the men’s singles fixture. In the third match India’s domination cleared as P.V. Sindhu pulled off a comfortable 21-7 21-6 win over Mahoor Shahzad. Sindhu’s victory gave India a 3-0 lead and assured the tie to take home. Having secured the win, India’s men’s doubles pair of Rakiraddy and Shetty took the court. The duo completed a straight set 21-12 21-9 win over Pakistan’s pair of Mohammad Bhatti and Murad Ali. The last fixture of the tie saw the women’s doubles team of Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand beat their opponents Mahoor & Ghazala 21-4 21-5 to complete the sweep. Pakistan's journey CWG badminton in the mixed team event ended last night after another miserable defeat by Sri Lankan shuttlers, as they won best of five ties with 4-1 games. Olympian Mahoor won her single with uncomforted points 22-20, 21-15 against young Vidara Suhansi Vidange, who just started her international career and has no place in the ranking. Rest of Pakistani shuttlers again faced 2-0 effortless defeat in all MS, MD, WD and XD matches against their South Asian challengers.
BADMINTON - Int News17 Oct 2019
Sports Reporter ISLAMABAD-The world number 168, top national badminton girl Mahoor Shehzad hoped that she would ink new history in the upcoming 13th South Asian Games 2019 by winning gold medal for the Pakistan. "Im training hard for the 8-national international regional fixture, " said Mahoor, who won bronze medal recently in the international badminton event in Bulgaria. While talking during an exclusive chatting she said that the SAG would be taken place in Kathmandu, Nepal. "SAG are my first target and after that Tokyo Olympics will be my target and I hope I will qualify for the said quadrennial sports gala of the world, "four times national champion added. She, 22, further said that she visited abroad for the training and she would try to climb up in the international ranking 70 and would be able to qualify the Olympics 2020. "I am toiling hard in the court and gym too for the fitness. I am optimistic to clinch gold medal in the South Asian Games and Iam capable to overcome Indians girls, who are high rank girls in the international circuit, "she viewed. Mahoor, who represents Pakistan WAPDA, revealed that had won the gold medal in the Nepal International Badminton Championship in 2018. "I also won Pakistan International Series 2017 and was runner-up in Pakistan International series 2016, "top national girl said. While talking about her previous record she informed this scribe that she honored to represent Pakistan in the Asian Games 2014 and Commonwealth Games 2018. "I was also selected by Pakistan Olympic Association (POA) for 4th Youth Camp that was held in Guangzhou, China that was held from November 27 to December 3, 2016, "she said. "I also visited Malaysia, Turkey, Egypt, Bahrain, Latvia, Lithuania, Nepal, England, Dubai, Benin, Ivory Coast, Ghana and Nigeria to participate in the international badminton fixtures and I performed up to mark in the all these events, "she concluded.
BADMINTON - Int News16 Oct 2019
Abdul Jabbar Faisal ISLAMABAD:-Secretary, Pakistan Badminton Federation (PBF) Wajid Ali Choudhary announced on Wednesday that capital city Islamabad would hosts 13-nation international badminton event next month in the premises of Pakistan Sports Complex. While talking to media representatives in a press conference here at Media Center of Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) he further said that the fixture will be held from November 7 to 10 this year 2019, as there would be five categories including Men's Singles, Men's Doubles, Women Singles, Women's Double and Mixed Double in the four days international badminton fixture. "All matches will be played at Rodham Hall, Pakistan Sports Complex, "he maintained. Wajid said that PBF had written to government for financial support but still waiting for response. "Yonex is our title sponsor and they will provide us all equipment and prize money of US$10,000, which will be distributed according to World Badminton Federation's rules, "he said. While replying a question secretary PBF said that Asian Badminton Federation (ABF) was also providing $8000 financial support for this international fixture. "However, our estimated budget is around Rs.3.5 millions. It will a great achievement for holding this international event in the capital city of the country, "he viewed. "Around 50 players including hosts Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Maldives, Afghanistan, Canada, Malaysia, Thailand, Iran, Iraq Morocco, Cheek Republic and other countries will show their power in the Yonex Sunrise Pakistan Series International Badminton Tournament 2019, "he concluded.
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