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Uber Cup 2024: India's youngsters were dominated by mighty China – but beyond the 0-5 scoreline, here's what we learned about NextGen

Badminton Isharani Baruah is No.83, Anmol Kharb is No.258 and Tanvi Sharma is No.589. Tanvi was also the youngest in the Uber Cup, at 15 years old. (BAI)

There were myriad technical flaws that Isharani Baruah reflected on candidly after being knocked out 21-12, 21-10 by Olympic champion Chen Yufei in the Uber Cup group match. The pace of the rallies she could manage, but Yufei's lengths, her falls, her variations and all the shots going towards the backcourt, greatly impressed the 20-year-old. “And it wasn’t comfortable.” It was hard. I need to improve my shots and my variations,” she said.

Then, wide-eyed, naively, she came to the crux of the only thing she could control: “…and she doesn't make stupid mistakes like me.” He took responsibility after being fielded as the No. 1 singles player and was as realistic as someone thrown in at the deep end could be. (Read more about Shivani Naik)



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