All England Badminton: In absence of Marin & Tai Tzu, PV Sindhu’s best chance to win All England Championship

All England Badminton: In absence of Marin & Tai Tzu, PV Sindhu’s best chance to win All England Championship
All England Badminton: In absence of Marin & Tai Tzu, PV Sindhu’s best chance to win All England Championship

All England Badminton – PV Sindhus best Chance to Win: This year’s edition of All England can provide a great chance for PV Sindhu to win the most prestigious tournament for the first time. In last 8 attempts, Sindhu has never ever tasted success. But in her 9th attempt she can change the record in her favor. Reason, their will be no Carolina Marin, no Tai Tzu Ying and not even a single Chinese player to stop Sindhu in her pursuit to win the All England Badminton Championship title for the 1st time.

 All England Badminton: No Marin, No Tai Tzu, Can Sindhu win All England Title?
Olympic champion Carolina Marin pulled out of the All England scheduled to begin on Wednesday in Birmingham. “Unfortunately I won’t be able to play next week at the All England because of the injury I suffered during the Swiss Open. I’ll be back soon!,” Marin said.
Even world No.1 Tai Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipei is not participating in the All England Championships. The Chinese too are not competing in this event.
Marin was given the top seeding at this prestigious championship. “Me and my team thought that it would be better to take care of the injury that I suffered during the Swiss Open,” she said. 
Marin thrashed PV Sindhu in the Swiss Open final last week. The Spaniard was in the same half as Sindhu and was drawn to meet her in the Semi-finals. 
PV Sindhu’s draw at All England looks cakewalk now – 
With Marin withdrawing from the event Sindhu has a good chance of winning her first All England title. Now, if Sindhu gets past Akane Yamaguchi of Japan in the quarterfinals, she can easily reach the final where she may face either Ratchanok Intanon, Saina Nehwal or Nozomi Okhura
Sindhu’s Likely Opponents in the DRAW
1st RoundSindhu vs Soniia Cheah (Malaysia) 
Last 16 – Sindhu to play winner of Tunjung (Indonesia) vs Line Christophersen (DEN)
Quarters – vs Akane Yamaguchi of Japan
Semifinals – vs Pornpawee Chochuwong (Thailand)  
Sindhu could not have asked for a better draw, better conditions and a better chance to win her first All England title. 
Sindhu’s teammate Saina Nehwal will play Mia Blichfeldt of Denmark in the 1st round
Catch all Updates from the All England Badminton Championships on  The tournament will be broadcasted LIVE on Star Sports Network and will be streamed LIVE on Disney+ Hotstar. 
Besides Sindhu, 6 Indian Men’s singles players will also be playing the Main Draw – Kidambi Srikanth, Parupalli Kashyap, Sai Praneeth included 6 top Indian players will be in action at the tournament. 

Men’s Singles

Kidambi Srikanth vs Tommy Sugiarto (Indonesia)

Parupalli Kashyap vs Kento Momota (Japan)

Lakshya Sen vs Kantaphon Wangcharoen (Thailand)

HS Prannoy vs Liew Daren (Malaysia)

Sameer Verma vs Ygor Coelho (Brazil)

B Sai Praneeth vs Toma Junior Popov (France)

All England Open 2021 draw for other Indian badminton players

Men’s Doubles

Satwiksairaj Rankireddy/Chirag Shetty vs Eloi Adam/Julien Maio (France)

MR Arjun/Dhruv Kapila vs Ong Yew Sin/Teo Ee Yi (Malaysia)

Women’s Doubles

Ashwini Ponnappa/ N Sikki Reddy vs Benyapa Aimsaard/Nuntakarn Aimsaard (Thailand)

Meghana Jakkampudi/Poorvisha Ram vs Alexandre Boje/Mette Poulsen (Denmark)

Ashwini Bhat/Shikha Gautam vs Chloe Birch/Lauren Smith (England)

Mixed Doubles

Dhruv Kapila/Meghana Jakkampudi vs Praveen Jordan/Melati Oktavianti (Indonesia)

Satwiksairaj Rankireddy/ Ashwini Ponnappa vs Yuki Kaneko/Misaki Matsutomo (Japan)

Pranaav Jerry Chopra/ N Sikki Reddy vs Max Flynn/Jessica Pugh (England)