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HS Prannoy vs Son Wan Ho, Live Badminton Score and Updates, Denmark Open Super Series 2017 Quarter-finals

Son Wan Ho defeated HS Prannoy 21-13, 21-18
Updated: 20 October 2017 23:22 IST - Published: 20 October 2017 22:30 IST
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Srikanth Kidambi is now the last man standing at the 2017 Denmark Open. But he is currently trailing the world champion Viktor Axelsen by a game. You can follow his match LIVE HERE:
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After the Diwali high when three Indians won their respective matches, this has been a forgettable day for Indians so far at the 2017 Denmark Open. After Saina Nehwal's exit, Prannoy too crumbled to a straight-game defeat.

Prannoy had his moments but was not able to keep it going as errors reared their ugly head at the most inopportune moments. Especially towards the end, he looked to have wrested back control when he led 18-16 but conceded the advantage again due to a flurry of errors.

It still has been a confidence-boosting performance from the World No. 14. Here's hoping he takes the positives out of this and gears up well for the French Open in Paris next week.
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Final score: Son Wan Ho defeated HS Prannoy 21-13, 21-18 in 44 minutes.
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Son needed just one point to take the win as Prannoy sends the shuttle wide!
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2 match points for the Korean....20-18
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Prannoy making mistakes off his backhand...now trails 18-19
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Prannoy stumbles at the net! 18-18
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Better netplay from the Korean to make it 17-18
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Wow! Son under pressure now....trails 16-18
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Prannoy targeting the corners smartly....leads 17-16 now
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Back to 16-16..can he continue this time?
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Currently, the top seed is 16-15 ahead.
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Prannoy is never able to keep it going after levelling the game...that might cost him badly if this trend persists.
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Once more Son snatches the momentum and inches ahead to 15-13
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We are back on level terms now..13-13
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13-11 is the lead for Son now....time running out for the Indian
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And it is 11-11

Pressure right back on Prannoy now.
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Son gets two fast points on resumption
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At the interval, it is Prannoy who has an 11-8 advantage.
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Son trails 8-10 now
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Son extending the rallies and trying to impose his game in an attempt to throw the Indian off his rhythm.
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It is a 10-7 lead for the US Open champion!!
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Prannoy has amped up the intensity of his attacks now...he is leading 8-6.
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This time, Prannoy takes two quick points to inch ahead to 6-4
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And 4-4...the pace of the match has slowed down.
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Once more, he has conceded the advantage to trail 3-4.
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Prannoy has now jumped to 3-2...can he maintain that slender lead?
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SECOND GAME

It's 1-1
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And Son makes no mistake! He needs just one game point to bag the opener, 21-13.
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7 game points for the Korean...20-13
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Prannoy trails 13-19 now.
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No! The Korean pulls away to 18-11
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2 points for Prannoy to reduce the deficit to 11-16....signs of a comeback?
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The Korean still in the driver's seat...16-9 he leads.
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It is 14-8 for the top seed.
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Son is still very much dictating the terms.
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The lead is currently 12-6 for the Korean.
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Prannoy can come back any time into this...just needs to cut down on his errors and keep being aggressive.
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At the half-time, the Indian trails 5-11.
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The Korean is looking pretty confident right now....has built a BIG LEAD OF 10-5
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The Korean halts the Indian's march and bags FOUR points on the trot to lead 8-5.
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2 points on the trot for the World No. 14....he leads 5-4
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Long rallies are the order of the day....Son leads 4-3
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Tight contest in the early stages...3-3
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It is all even...2-2
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Prannoy takes the first point
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It is under way!
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Can Prannoy bring a smile to the faces of Indian fans after the Saina Nehwal heartbreak?
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And the match is about to begin!