The 2022 German Open was a badminton tournament that took place at the Westenergie Sporthalle in Mulheim, Germany, from 8 to 13 March 2022 and had a total prize pool of $180,000.
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German Open Badminton 2022: Schedule, Live Stream, Final Time, Results
In the final of the German Open Badminton 2022, Indian player Lakshya Sen was defeated by Thai Kunlavut Wittidsern. India’s Lakshya Sen faced Thai sensation and world number 20 Kunlavut Wittidsern in the men’s singles final of the 2022 German Open.
He lost the match 18-21 and 15-21 due to a leg injury. Injury scare is a big issue for the youngster as he prepares for the upcoming All England Open.
He looked brilliant in the semi-final against world number one Viktor Axelsen, but injury played a big part in his final defeat.
India’s Lakshya Sen lost to Thailand’s Kunlavut Vitidsern in the final of the German Open. He lost the match 18-21 and 15-21 after suffering a leg injury.
Injury fear is a big issue for the youngster ahead of the upcoming All England Open. He looked tremendous in the semi-final against world No. 1 Viktor Axelsen, but injury played a big part in his defeat in the final.
- The scoreline reads 20-18 in favour of Vitidsarn. Lakshya Sen looks in some serious problem. He is undertaking medical aid for an apparent foot injury (likely).
- Lakshya Sen reduces the deficit from 13-18 to 18-20.
The tournament is kicked off on 8 March and will conclude on 13 March.
The 1st round of the tournament takes place on 8th and 9th March, 2nd round held on 10th March then, quarter-final on 11th March and semi-finals & finals takes place on 12 and 13 March respectively.
The German Open Badminton 2022 (officially known as Yonex Gainward German Open 2022 due to sponsorship reasons) was a badminton tournament held from March 8 to 13, 2022 at the Westenergie Sporthalle in Mülheim, Germany, with a total prize pool of $180,000.
|Men’s singles||Kento Momota from Japan|
|Women’s Singles||Akane Yamaguchi from Japan|
|Men’s Double||Hiroyuki Endo and Yuta Watanabe from Japan|
|Women’s Double||Du Yue and Li Yinhui from China|
|Mixed Doubles||Seo Seung-Jae and Chae Yoo-Jung from South Korea|
Indian badminton ace Lakshya Sen took on Thai sensation and World No. 20 Kunlavut Vitidsarn in the Men’s Singles finals of German Open 2022.
In a true battle of equals, both the 20-year-old’s sparred off in good style, with strong attacks coming from both sides till an unruly blister played big bother for Lakshya Sen.
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