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At the Masters Meeting, Nigel D’Sa and Swati Sharma won championships

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<p>Following a back-and-forth match at the current Yonex-Sunrise 46th Indian Masters National Badminton Championships, Nigel D’Sa of Maharashtra became victorious in the men’s 35+ singles category, beating Satinder Malik 21-12 18-21 21-13. Top seed Swati Sharma defeated Poonam Gandhe in a thrilling 14-21, 21-11, 21-10 victory to win the women’s championship.</p>
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<p>Manish Kumar Gupta and Pankaj Naithani were beaten by Yuvaraj and Subramanian S in the men’s doubles championship match, 21-12 21-13. Poonam and Deepti Paranjape were defeated by Kannupriya Aggarwal and Swati Sharma in the women’s doubles championship match, 23-21 21-19. In the mixed doubles final, Mohamed Rehan R and Anees Kowser J’s team defeated Kannupriya and Satinder Malik 21-12 21-12.</p>
<p>In the men’s 40+ singles final, Antony Kattapurath Jacob defeated Vivek Ojha 15-21 21-17 21-13, while Himani Punia Sharma prevailed in the women’s final, shocking top seed Aditi Rode 21-19 21-18. In the men’s doubles final, Prashant Bahatre and Manish Rawat triumphed against Raveesh Mohan and Sushant Shetty 21-11 21-7, while in the women’s final, Manisha Bhawatkar and Arti Sinojiya beat Shantala Kampapurmath and Suneetha Rao 21-10 21-18. Raghavan P and Aditi’s team defeated Vineet Dabak and Swapnal Chakrabarty 16-21 21-16 21-13 to win the mixed doubles championship.</p>
<p>Top seed Pooja Mehta won the women’s final, beating Purva Sangani 21-12 21-7, while Shashidhar CM defeated top seed Lakhwinder Singh 21-14 21-11 in the men’s 45+ singles final. Mohan Babu Biju and Pradeep Kumar KS defeated Mit Adhyaru and Upendra Fadnis 22-20 15-21 21-8 in the doubles final. Bidisha Baruah and Madhusmita Deka were surpassed by Pooja and Yasmeen Shaikh. 21-16 21-15. In the mixed doubles competition, Sameer Abbasi and Pooja Mehta triumphed against Upendra Fadnis and Prerana Joshi 21-15 21-7.</p>
<p>In the men’s 50+ final, Kiran Makode defeated Ajay Mathur 21-13 21-10. Sunita Singh Panwar lost to Naheed Divecha in the women’s final. 21–14, 21–11. The men’s doubles final was won by Ashish Patel and Harendra Patel, who defeated Navdeep Singh and Shrikant Bakshi 21-16, 14-21, 21-1.</p>
<p>Geeta Aggarwal and Jayashree Raghu defeated Shikha Kkanduri and Suchitra Misra in the women’s doubles championship match. 21–14, 18–21, 21–15. In the mixed doubles competition, Kiran and Naheed Divecha’s combination prevailed against Prabagaran Subbaiyan and Jayashree Raghu 21-15 21-9.</p>


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