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Himani Punia in the National Badminton Championships

  • In contrast with the last Nationals, this time the street was very intense for Himani.
  • She needed to endure two close matches before she fixed a spot in the last.

Getting through a major panic in the quarter-last and semi-finals, Himani Punia made a past filled with sorts by winning consecutive public badminton veteran titles on Wednesday.

National Badminton Championships

Third seed Himani took out favorite Aditi Rode to secure the 40 or more ladies’ singles title in the Yonex-dawn 46th Indian Bosses Public Badminton Titles at the Tau Devi Lal Arena, Panchkula on Wednesday.

In a very much challenged culmination conflict, Himani watched out for her nerves in the crunch circumstances to daze Maharastra’s Aditi 21-19, 21-18 out of 27 minutes to hold her crown.

A mother of an 11-year-old child, Himani saved a match guide in the quarterfinal toward getting away from the loss from the jaws of a rout. She was extended as far as possible before she conquered the perilous qualifier Priya Prakash in three extreme games.

Himani revitalized back amazingly to edge past Priya Prakash of Telangana 10-21, 21-12, 22-20 out of 44 minutes.

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