Uber Cup 2024 Live Updates: 15-year-old Tanvi impresses in defeat, tearful Anmol retires injured as China win 5-0 | Badminton news

Uber Cup 2024 live score: In a Group A match, a young Indian team takes on big favorites China. Both teams are already qualified for the quarter-finals.

Thomas and Uber Cup 2024 Live: Catch all the live updates of the Thomas and Uber Cup 2024 from Chengdu in ChinaUber Cup 2024 Live: Indian and Singaporean players. (BAI Media)

Uber Cup 2024, India vs China, Group A Live Score and Updates: It doesn't get any tougher than this as a young Indian women's team takes on powerhouses China in a Group A clash in the Uber Cup final in Chengdu on Tuesday. India and China qualified for the final after beating Canada and Singapore in their last two matches and this tie will determine the top of the group.

India will be without their most experienced player as Ashmita Chaliha has not been named in the lineup to face Chen Yu Fei in the first singles match. 15-year-olds Isharani Baruah, Anmol Kharb and Tanvi Sharma will take on some of the world's best players in what will be massive tests.

Line-up India vs China

WS1: Isharani Baruah 12-21 10-21 Chen Yu Fei
WD1: Priya Konjengbam – Shruti Mishra 13-21 12-21 Chen Qing Chen – Jia Yi Fan
WS2: Anmol Kharb (retd) 9-21, 1-4 Han Yue
WD2: Simran Singhi – Ritika Thaker 9-21 10-21 Liu Sheng Shu – Tan Ning
WS3: Tanvi Sharma 7-21 16-21 Wang Zhi Yi

In the Uber Cup on Sunday, a young Indian women's team beat Singapore to advance to the knockout stages. Read more about it by Shivani Naik here.

India had already beaten Canada 4-1 in their first group match.

In the Thomas Cup on Monday, India blanked England 5-0 to advance to the knockout stages. HS Prannoy, Satwik-Chirag and Co ticked small boxes before big tests arrived. Learn more about it here.

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Uber Cup: Coach Pullela Gopichand explains why Anmol Kharb and Co reaching the quarter-finals is a significant achievement

Uber Anmol Kharb on the left and Isharani Baruah on the right. (Photo BWF/Badminton)

With or without PV Sindhu, Indian women's badminton continues its bold run in international team events. This time, a team with an average age of just over 20, without the top stars, advanced to the quarterfinals of the Uber Cup.

As has been the trend since February, young Anmol Kharb put the calm and finishing touches to a 4-1 victory against Singapore, after beating world 207 Lee Xin Yi Megan. National coach Pullela Gopichand dubbed this performance “the real growth of Indian badminton – it’s second-string success”. (LEARN MORE)

Thomas Cup 2024: Prannoy, Satwik-Chirag and Co tick small boxes before big tests as Indian champions advance to quarter-finals; Indonesia next

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First published online on: 04-30-2024 at 06:46 IST

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