Sourabh Verma, who reached to the finals of Syed Modi International League, lost the match with Chinese Taipei’s Wang Tzu Wei in Men’s Single Final on Sunday.
The scores of the 48 minute clash against world rank:22 ( Chinese Taipei’s Wang Tzu Wei ) were- 15-21, 17-21.
The 26-year-old Indian, who have won two BWF Super 100 titles totally went down to 15-21, 17-21 in the finals of Syed Modi International
Highlights about the game:
Sourabh struggled in the staring as he trailed 1-3, but the 26 year old India managed to gain speed and turned the score to 4-3
He played his game with patience and waited for mistakes of his opponent, he gave a strong reply to the weak returns and turned the score to 7-4.
As Tzu Wei was trailed by 7-4, he tricked Sourabh and played closer to the net.
Tzu Wei,eventually managed to turn the score to 8-8 and then with a lead of 10-8.
Sourabh, quickly managed to get a 1 point lead (11-10) but no longer managed it.
After the break, Tai Wei opened up with a 5 points lead, 18-13.
Then, he easily managed to end up the first set.
Then in the second set, Sourabh struggled with a trail of 5 points and was being punished again and again by Tai Wei.
Sourabh managed to reduce the difference and turned the score board to 5-7.
Then, things went well for Sourabh in second game and he first time took a lead at 15-14.
However, Tai was able to cover up the gap and quickly sealed the game with power shots.
More about Saurabh Verma:
Saurabh Verma is a badminton player from India. He was born on December 30, 1992.
He has three times won men’s singles at national level.
He won his first international title by winning Bahrain International Challenge.
In 2012, he was ranked no.30 (world ranking).
In 2017,he won his second title at Indian National Championship
He have won 4 titles of BWF, 3 titles of BWF Grand Prix, 5 titles of BWF International Challenge and he was runner up in many tournaments.