Sai Praneeth wins the 2016 Canada Open
Details from Sai's win in the Canada Open.
India’s Sai Praneeth won the 2016 Canada Open after beating Lee Hyun II in convincing fashion 21-12 21-10 in the Men’s Singles final on Sunday.
The Indian looked in great nick from the word go racing away with a 7-2 lead before extending it to 11-3 at the break. The Korean had absolutely no answer to the precision play of the Indian after the interval either, and the 23-year-old converted the second game point opportunity that he got to clinch the opening game 21-12.
If the opening game was bad, then the second one began on an even more sour note for the Korean, as Sai took an astounding 8-0 lead before extending it to 11-5 at the break.
The sorry state of affairs continued for the Korean after the break as the Indian ensured there were no more hiccups, winning the game 21-10 to win his maiden title of the year.