It’ll be India vs Indonesia in the Thomas Cup 2022 final. After a challenging week, the Indian men’s badminton platoon will meet the defending titleholders in their first- ever Thomas Cup final on Sunday, May 15. The Indian platoon scripted history when they defeated Denmark 3-2 in the semi-finals to seacoast into the peak clash for the first time. The Indian platoon comprising Lakshya Sen, Kidambi Srikanth, HS Prannoy, Satwiksairaj Rankireddy, Chirag Shetty, Krishna Prasad and Vishuvardhan Goud scripted history to propel India into the final.
India Created History
Brimming with confidence, India will again look to punch above their weight when they run into 14- time winners Indonesia in the final of the Thomas Cup on Sunday, seeking to produce history one further time. Given their redoubtable record, defending titleholders Indonesia have been the platoon to beat in the competition, but the Indian men’s platoon has shown its mettle by bringing down mighty Malaysia and Denmark to make its first- ever final at the prestigious event. To catch the LIVE updates, tune into LotusFair.com.
India will be facing Indonesia in the Thomas Cup final on Sunday. It’s India’s first- ever Thomas Cup final appearance and they’ll be over against the defending titleholders. The Indian platoon must play out of their skin to beat Indonesia, who are one of the most harmonious brigades in the world. For the record, Indonesia have won the Thomas Cup a record 14 times, while this will be India’s first final appearance. An Indian palm wouldn’t be considered a worried presently because of how well our badminton platoon is presently playing. Follow the live match score on our website and place bets on your favourite player.
Winning Chances for India
While Indonesia have been grim with an unbeaten record, India have lost just one match — against Chinese Taipei in the group stage — so far in the competition. However, India went once five- time former titleholders Malaysia and 2016 winner Denmark. Though Indonesia disposed of China and Japan in the knockout stage.
India started their hunt for a Thomas Cup order on a veritably strong note. In the group stage, the Indian platoon beat Germany 5-0, getting the better of Canada 5-0 before stuttering to a 2-3 loss to Chinese Taipei. In the quarterfinals, it was senior-most player HS Prannoy who stepped up to the occasion when he helped India beat Malaysia 3-2 to put India into the semi-finals. Against Denmark in the semifinals, it was Prannoy again who took centre stage as he battled an ankle injury and came from before in the decider to help India seacoast into the final. India will have to play out of their skin to beat Indonesia, one of the most harmonious brigades in the world of badminton. For the record, Indonesia have won the Thomas Cup a record 14 times, while this will be India’s first final appearance. Given the form the Indian badminton platoon is in, an Indian palm wouldn’t be nominated as an worried presently. Pick your favourite badminton player and place your bets on LotusFair.com.