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Manu Attri/Sumeeth Reddy vs Kenichi Hayakawa/Hiroyuki Endo Live Score Rio Olympics 2016 Badminton Match updates

Manu Attri/Sumeeth Reddy beat Hiroyuki Endo / Kenichi Hayakawa: 23-21, 21-11
Updated: 14 August 2016 05:33 IST - Published: 14 August 2016 04:54 IST
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The day ahead promises to be full of action. Join us for that, until then take care!

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While the opening game was a close affair the second game proved to be a totally one-sided affair, as the Indian duo totally outplayed their opponents to romp home to a win.

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It was their last match of the competition, but Manu Attri and Sumeeth Reddy showed that they are a pair to watch out for in the future, demolishing the 8th ranked Japanese duo in straight games to bow out in victorious fashion.

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They have done itAttri/Reedy win the second game 21-10 and with that win the match as well

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Japan save one! 20-11

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10 match point opportunities

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An error at the net from Attri! 19-10

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Two points away now! 19-9

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Attri/Reddy are 3 points away from their maiden Olympic win! 18-9

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Wide open space on that occasions and Japan make full use of it! 16-9

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A second consecutive point makes it 15-8

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15-7 the lead now in favour of the Indian duo

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Wow! Attri and Reddy are playing superbly here! They lead 14-6

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 It may be their last match in Brazil, but Attri/Reddy showing their true potential. Can they sustain this momentum and end on a winning note?

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At the interval Attri/Reedy lead 11-5

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10-5! A 5 point gap now

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Two more points! 9-4

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The Indian do ar not relenting one bit! They have taken a 7-4 lead

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The Indians are ahead by 2 now! 5-3

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A second straight one now! 4-3

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Japan get a point! 4-2

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The Indian duo have begun on a fantastic note! 4-1

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Attri/Reddy lead 3-1

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Great start for the Indian pair in the second game! 2-0 up

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What a pulsating 20 minutes of badminton. It looked gloomy for Attri/Reddy at the 17-13 mark, but they fought superbly to keep pegging their opponents to eventually take the game 23-21.