Swiss Open 2016: HS Prannoy Wins Men’s Singles Title

HS Prannoy won the Men’s Singles title at Swiss Open today. Last Year Srikanth Kidambi has won the title. This year he was the only finalist from India as the top seed Saina Nehwal lost the semifinal yesterday and others could not proceed beyond quarterfinals. 11th seed Jayaram was the only Indian to lose in the first round, while Sameer Verma impressed again with another huge upset, but 6th seed Sindhu failed to move beyond quarterfinals. In the end, it was HS Prannoy who gave Indian fans enough reasons to cheer. Check the complete result of Swiss Open 2016 for Indian players.

13th seed Prannoy defeated 7th seed Marc Zwiebler 21-18 21-15.


    13th seed Prannoy def Tzu Wei Wang 12-21 21-14 23-21 in 56 minutes.
    Top seed Saina lost 11-21 19-21 in 40 minutes to 3rd seed Yihan Wang.


    HS Pranoy won 21-18 22-24 21-9 vs Tanongsak (Thailand)
    Saina won 13-21 21-15 21-14 vs Sayaka Sato (Japan 7th seed
    Sindhu lost 21-13 21-15 vs Bingjiao (China)


    HS Prannoy def 6th seed Rajiv Ouseph (England) 21-13 21-18
    Saina def Kristina (Czech) 21-18 21-17
    Sindhu won 21-16 21-16 in 36 minutes.
    Sameer Verma lost 21-15 21-19 in 38 minutes.
    Sai Praneeth lost 21-19 21-6 in 33 minutes.

Early Rounds

    Top seed Saina Nehwal wins her first match 21-7 21-15 vs Karin Schnaase (Germany) in 33 minutes.
    Sameer Verma shocked 5th seed winning 21-19 22-20 in 41 minutes.
    Sindhu wins 21-19 21-10 in 31 minutes
    HS PRannoy wins 21-16 21-13 in 32 minutes.
    Sai Praneeth enters Pre-QF winning 21-7 21-10 vs Artyom (Uzbekistan) in 21 minutes.
    11th seed Jayaram lost 21-23 18-21 in 37 minutes.

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