Commonwealth Games 2022 | Pakistani badminton players did well in singles

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The Pakistani badminton players have done a great job so far at the Commonwealth Games 2022, which started on Wednesday. In the Women’s Singles round of 64 match on Wednesday, Ghazala Siddique of Pakistan beat Vicky Chater of Falkland Island in two straight sets, 4-21 and 3-21.

Chongo Mulenga’s opponent in the round of 64 of the Men’s Singles event, Irfan Bhatti of Pakistan, beat him in straight sets. In the second set, Mulenga came back, but his Pakistani opponent won 21-19. In the Women’s Doubles round of 32, Chen Hsuan-Yu Wendy and Somerville Gronya beat Mahoor Shahzad and Ghazala (10-21, 13-21). In the Women’s Singles round of 64, Mahoor had a great match against Priyanna Devirani Ramdhani. The Pakistani player beat the Guyanese player 10-21 and 8-21. Murad Ali of Pakistan beat Dromo Tamakloe of Ghana 21-9 and 21-8 in the round of 64 of the Men’s Singles event.

The Pakistani badminton players have done a great job so far at the Commonwealth Games 2022, which started on Wednesday. In the Women's Singles round of 64 match on Wednesday, Ghazala Siddique of Pakistan beat Vicky Chater of Falkland Island in two straight sets, 4-21 and 3-21. Chongo Mulenga's opponent in the round of 64 of the Men's Singles event, Irfan Bhatti of Pakistan, beat him in straight sets. In the second set, Mulenga came back, but his Pakistani opponent won 21-19. In the Women's Doubles round of 32, Chen Hsuan-Yu Wendy and Somerville Gronya beat Mahoor Shahzad and Ghazala (10-21, 13-21). In the Women's Singles round of 64, Mahoor had a great match against Priyanna Devirani Ramdhani. The Pakistani player beat the Guyanese player 10-21 and 8-21. Murad Ali of Pakistan beat Dromo Tamakloe of Ghana 21-9 and 21-8 in the round of 64 of the Men's Singles event.

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