Badminton: Saina Nehwal pulls out of India Open because of acute gastroenteritis

On Wednesday, ace shuttler Saina Nehwal pulled out of the India Open BWF World Tour Super 500, which begins in New Delhi next Tuesday, after failing to get over gastroenteritis trouble. Nehwal, who turned 29 last Monday, had performed through ache at some point of the All England Championships after suffering from acute gastroenteritis and mild pancreatitis ahead of the event. She was forced to withdraw from the Swiss Open final week and become admitted to a medical institution for treatment. On Wednesday, she knowledgeable Badminton Association of India approximately chose to withdraw from the $350,000 match on clinical grounds. “She has no longer been well for the reason that All England Championship. She sent the letter to withdraw bringing up belly pain,” a BAI reputable told PTI on the situation of anonymity.


Last week, Nehwal, who had reached the zone-finals of the All England Championship, had damaged the information that she changed into advised to get admitted to get treated for her infection. “So a few sad news became honestly going thru acute belly ache from last Monday… Managed to play few fits in All England with lot of aches… Determined to skip Swiss open and are available returned to India and discover the difficulty,” she had written in her social media account. “And I determined out its acute gastroenteritis with slight pancreatitis, and the medical doctors have advocated me to get admitted, and with a bit of luck, I recover quickly out of it.” Nehwal had gained the India Open women’s singles title in 2015. Olympic silver medallist and previous champion PV Sindhu will now be India’s simplest seeded contender in women’s singles.

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