India eliminated the ladies's badminton workforce attributable to Corona virus an infection

by Jeremy Spirogis
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India has withdrawn its ladies's badminton workforce for the upcoming badminton Asia Championship attributable to concern of Corona virus an infection, however the males's workforce will take part within the competitors in Manila.

The Badminton Association of India (BAI) had introduced the second tier workforce for the competitors which runs from 11 to 16 February, however the males's workforce had gamers like World Championship bronze medalist B Sai Praneeth current.

"The women's team will not participate in the upcoming Badminton Asian Championships due to fear of health related threat due to corona virus infection which will be played in Manila, Philippines from 11 to 16 February," Bai stated in a press release.

Bai common secretary Ajay Kumar Singhania stated, "Bai shared these concerns of the current situation with Badminton Asia as to what precautionary steps are being taken." <! –

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                 After getting the peace of mind from BA, Bai talked to the Indian workforce, then the boys's workforce agreed to journey and confirmed their participation. However, after the considerations of the ladies workforce gamers and their dad and mom, it was determined to take away her.

Due to the Olympic qualification, Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu had determined to not play on this event, attributable to which the workforce was led by younger shuttlers Asmita Chaliha and Malvika Bansod. The males's workforce will go away for Manila on February 9.

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