Saina Nehwal Trolls A ‘Fan’ After Qualifying For The Quarter-Finals Of Macau Open

Sagnik Kundu

December 1st, 2016

Saina Nehwal Trolls

Image Courtesy: timesofindia

Indian badminton ace Saina Nehwal trolled a critic on Twitter after her pre-quarter final win against Indonesia’s Dinar Dyah Ayustine in the Macau Open. In the hard-fought encounter, the 26-year-old shuttler won the match 17-21 21-18 21-12.

The first round as well was tough for the former World number 1 as she came back from a game down to win the match 2-1 against world number 44 Hanna Ramadini from Indonesia.

A fan took to Twitter to mock Saina’s performance in the first game against Ramadini which the Indian lost 21-23. This particular ignorant fan tried to make fun of the Olympic bronze medallist as he wrote: “losing to unseeded players is the new cool for Saina.”


https://twitter.com/PagluPiggu/status/803911227189510144


However, it seemed that he had commented too soon as Saina went on to make a brilliant comeback winning the remaining two games 21-14 21-18 to qualify for the round of 16.

Saina shot back at her critic right after her pre-quarter final victory against Ayustine. This is what she


https://twitter.com/NSaina/status/804214956564488192

https://twitter.com/NSaina/status/804215344751525888


The current world number 11 has been making a return from a horrific injury she suffered during the Rio Olympics earlier this year. She had sustained an intra-articular injury to her right knee and a small fragment of bone has separated from her patella.

Making a comeback from such an injury takes time, something that the particular fan probably has no idea of. Some of the other Twitter users also came out in Saina’s support and mocked the assailant.

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