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Shuttler Taarini Suri wins three titles in Finland

Taarini Suri of Mumbai won three titles in the FZ FORZA Finnish Youth 2021 Badminton Championship at the Otahalli Recreation Center, Otaranta, Finland.

Taarini clinched the girl’s singles under-15, girls’ doubles under-17, and the mixed doubles under-17 titles in the event organized by Espoon Sulkapallo-Badminton.

In the girls’ singles under-15 final, the second-seeded Taarini was confidence personified and with smart, clever tactics was in complete control and powered her way past Estonia’s Emilia ҆apovalova, the joint third-fourth seed by coasting to an easy 21-7, 21-8 victory in just 15 minutes to clinch the gold medal.

In the girls’ doubles under-17 final, the joint 3-4th seeded pairing of Chloe Dennis (England) and Taarini toppled the second-seeded English duo of Lila Dundas and Brooke Stalker as the latter conceded the match. Chole and Taarini after losing the first game bounced back to win the second. In the decider, Chole and Taarini were leading 11-8 when their opponents conceded the match.

Taarini and her Finnish partner Elmeri Lybeck clinched the mixed doubles under-15 the gold medal. The top-seeded pairing of Elmeri and Taarini overcame a spirited fight from the England combination of Anish Nair and Jessica Burden before emerging victors, with a 22-20, 21-13 verdict in 27 minutes.

Results:

Under-15 girls singles:
2-Taarini Suri bt Emilia Sapovalova (Estonia) 21-7, 21-8 (15 minutes)

Under-17 girls doubles:
3-Taarini Suri-Chloe Dennis (England) bt Lila Dundas-Brooke Stalker (England) 17-21, 21-17, 11-8 (Retired)

Under-15 mixed doubles:
1-Taarini Suri-Elmeri Lybeck (Finland) bt Anish Nair-Jessica Burden (England) 22-20, 21-13.

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