Pazardzhik, Aug 11: Indian junior shuttlers reaped rich dividends at the Bulgarian Junior International Championships, returning with six medals including three gold, a silver and two bronze.
Samiya Imad Farooqui defeated second seed Anastasiia Shapovalova of Russia 9-21 21-12 22-20 in the finals to win the gold medal in the women's single's category.
Mixed doubles pair of Edvin Joy and Shruti Mishra also won the gold after defeating No 2 seeded British pair of Brandon Zhi Hao and Abbygael Harris 21-14 21-17 in the summit clash.
In women's doubles, Indian pair of Tanisha Crasto and Aditi Bhatt also continued their fine run to pick a gold, beating top seed Bengisu Ercetin and Zehra Erdfm from Turkey 21-15 18-21 21-18 in the finals.
Men's doubles combination of Ishan Bhatnagar and Vishnuvardhan went down in the finals to top seeded British pair of William Jones and Brandon Zhi Hao 19-21 18-21 to settle for silver medal.
In other singles events, Malvika Bansod lost 13-21 15-21 to No 2 seeded Anastasiia Shapovalova in the semifinals to settle for a bronze medal, while Meiraba Luwang suffered a 19-21 21-12 18-21 loss to Georgii Karpov of Russia to also settled for a bronze.
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