'Sad' Prannoy reaches Malaysia Masters final

'Sad' Prannoy reaches Malaysia Masters final

KUALA LUMPUR: Lady Luck was on H.S. Prannoy in the semi-finals today, and now he hopes to become the first Indian shuttler to win the Malaysia Masters men's singles crown.

The world No 9 will take on Taiwan's Lin Chun Yi or China's Weng Hong Yang in the final tomorrow.

The 30-year-old was in a tough battle against rising star Christian Adinata, but disaster struck for the Indonesian during the crucial stage of the first game today.

When Prannoy was leading 19-17 in the semi-finals, Christian suffered a hamstring injury and was force to withdraw.

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