Krishna Prasad GARAGA

Biography
Birthday: 15/03/2000 (22)

Krishna Prasad Garaga (born 15 March 2000) is an Indian badminton player. He was the gold medalists at the 2019 South Asian Games in the men's doubles and team events. He was part of the India team that won the 2022 Thomas Cup.
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Win/Loss: 1-3 (Walkovers: 0-0)

All Matches:
*Ranks in brackets and marked with asterisk are unofficial
Category Round Rank* Player Score Player Rank* Duration
Indonesian Masters 2023   24/1/2023-29/1/2023
MD Round 1 40 TAN Kian Meng / TAN Wee Kiong 21-17 / 21-9 Krishna Prasad GARAGA / VISHNU VARDHAN GOUD PANJALA 34 31
India Open 2023   17/1/2023-22/1/2023
MD Round 1 31 Krishna Prasad GARAGA / VISHNU VARDHAN GOUD PANJALA 21-11 / 23-25 / 21-9 Ruben JILLE / Ties VAN DER LECQ 28 53
MD Round 2 11 LIANG Weikeng / WANG Chang 21-14 / 21-10 Krishna Prasad GARAGA / VISHNU VARDHAN GOUD PANJALA 31 33
Malaysia Open 2023   10/1/2023-15/1/2023
MD Round 1 18 Min Hyuk KANG / SEO Seung Jae 21-10 / 21-18 Krishna Prasad GARAGA / VISHNU VARDHAN GOUD PANJALA 32 34

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Min Hyuk KANG / SEO Seung Jae 1 0 1 2023/1/10 2023/1/10
Ruben JILLE / Ties VAN DER LECQ 1 1 0 2023/1/17 2023/1/17
LIANG Weikeng / WANG Chang 1 0 1 2023/1/19 2023/1/19
TAN Kian Meng / TAN Wee Kiong 1 0 1 2023/1/24 2023/1/24

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Tournament 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Best
World Championships - - - - - - R1 - R1 ('22)
All England - - - - - - R1 - R1 ('22)
Malaysia Open - - - - - - - R1 R1 ('23)
Japan Open - - - - - - R1 - R1 ('22)
Chinese Taipei Open - - - - - - R1 - R1 ('22)
Swiss Open - - - R2 - - - - R2 ('19)
Thailand Open - - - - - - R1 - R1 ('22)
German Open - - - - - - QF - QF ('22)
SINGAPORE OPEN - - - - - - R1 - R1 ('22)
VIETNAM OPEN - - R2(Q) R1 - - - - R1 ('19)
India Open - R1(Q) R1 - - - R1 R2 R2 ('23)
Syed Modi Memorial India Open R1 R1 R2 - - - F - F ('22)
Korea Open - - - - - - R1 - R1 ('22)
Korea Masters - - - - - - R1 - R1 ('22)
Indonesian Masters - - - - - - - R1 R1 ('23)
Spain Masters - - - R2 R1 R1 - - R2 ('19)
Bitburger Open - - - - - - R2 - R2 ('22)
Badminton Asia Championships - - - - - - R1 - R1 ('22)
Orléans Masters - - - R1 - F - - F ('21)
Hyderabad Open - - R2 R1 - - - - R2 ('18)

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Tournament 2019 Best
Russia Open QF QF ('19)
Syed Modi Memorial India Open R1 R1 ('19)


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