India Open 2023: Japanese star shuttler Akane Yamaguchi `reaches 3rd straight final after winning against Supanida Katethong


Despite being one of the top domestic badminton competitions, the India Open 2023 has disappointed everyone in the badminton news due to the poor performance of the national team.

The Japanese star shuttler Akane Yamaguchi has put on a fantastic performance in the main event, according to the most recent development.

Supianda Katethong won the semi-final match of the Indian Super Open 750 on Saturday with a score of 21-17, 21-16.

With this triumph, Yamaguchi successfully advanced to the BWF World Tour 750’s third final after winning the season’s penultimate match.


She began this week with taking first place in the Malayasia Open.

Regarding the semi-final match, which was held at Kd Jadhav Stadium, world number one Supianda put Yamaguchi under tremendous pressure. However, Yamaguchi recovered after a few hitches, and ultimately her pressure won the night of the final.

The victor of the match between Ho Bingjhao and An Se Young, which will take place on Sunday, will be her next opponent.

More specifically, the event is a badminton competition that has been conducted yearly in India since 2008 and includes the BWF World Tour Super 750 tournament.

The competition has been improved and is now a BWF Superseries tournament.

The competition has since been organized on a regular basis at Siri Forts Sports Complex in New Delhi.

The event has been improved further and now qualifies as a BWF World Tour 750 event.

The incredible prize money can reach USD 850,000.

In the men’s and women’s categories, respectively, Tontowi Ahmed and Lilliyana Natsir have won the most singles titles.

The Badminton Association of India and Chief National Coach Pullela Gopichand are to be credited for the tremendous growth of badminton as a sport in India.