WION Web Team New Delhi, India
Nov 25, 2019, 01.41 PM
By Mallika Singh
India’s teen shuttler Lakshya Sen on Sunday night won his fourth title in three months by bagging the Scottish Open title after beating Brazil's Ygor Coelho in the men's singles clash.
The world no. 41 claimed victory by defeating Coelho 18-21, 21-18, 21-19 in a 56-minute final.
The 18-year-old has won the Scottish Challenge, Saarlorlux Open S100, the Dutch Open S100 and the Belgian International this year.
After losing in the second round of Irish Open, Sen started the Scottish Open with a straight-game win over Austria's Luka Wraber and then reached the quarterfinals by defeating compatriot Kiran George.
Sen then won another straight-game win over Brian Yang before winning the semi-finals against France’s Christo Popov.
“Rising fast in the world rankings, the unstoppable @lakshya_sen is making the right noise for India. #IndiaontheRise #badminton," BAI Media tweeted.
Lakshya's 4th Title Win in 3 months!
• Scottish Challenge ✅
• Saarlorlux Open S100 ✅
• Dutch Open S100 ✅
• Belgian Challenge ✅
Sen expressed his happiness on winning the title and training against Coelho, calling it a "good match" in a tweet.
"Happy to win the Scottish Open title!! A hard-fought match against my friend @co3lho12. It was really nice training with you in Denmark and playing a good match against you today", he tweeted.
Happy to win the scotish open title!! A hard fought match against my friend @co3lho12. It was really nice training with you in Denmark and playing a good match against you today. pic.twitter.com/Gu57DMqW9e