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Lakshya Sen

BAI 2922
Association/Academy
Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy

Coach : Vimal Kumar
Sponsor : Tata Capital, Infosys, Yonex

Ranking
27
BWF
1
BWF
37
National

Lakshya Sen in Headline

Lakshya Sen (born 16 August 2001) is an Indian badminton player. Sen, born in Almora, belongs to a badminton family. His father, D. K. Sen, is a coach in India and his brother, Chirag Sen, is also an international badminton player. Trained at the Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy, Sen has shown his talent as a badminton player at a young age, and has had a brilliant year in the junior badminton circuit in 2016. He became the number one junior singles player in BWF World Junior ranking in February, 2017. Sen also competed in the senior international level and won the men's singles title at the 2016 India International Series tournament. He emerged as the champion at the 2018 Asian Junior Championships defeating the top seeded World No. 1 Kunlavut Vitidsarn in the final.

Performance
YONEX SUNRISE BANGLADESH INTERNATIONAL CHALLENGE 2019

International, MS

Winner, 2019

Dhaka, Bangladesh


SCOTTISH OPEN 2019

International, MS

Winner, 2019

Glasgow, Scotland


SAARLORLUX OPEN 2019

International, MS

Winner, 2019

Saarbrücken, Germany


YONEX DUTCH OPEN 2019

International, MS

Winner, 2019

Almere, Netharlands


YONEX BELGIAN INTERNATIONAL 2019

International, MS

Winner, 2019

Leuven, Belgium


YONEX POLISH OPEN 2019

International, MS

Runner, 2019

Częstochowa, Poland


About Lakshya Sen

Sen participated at the2018 Summer Youth Olympicsas the fourth seeded. He settled forboys' singlessilver medal after losing to Chinese player Li Shifeng in straight games 15–21, 19–21. He also competed in themixed teamevent, and helped team Alpha win the gold medal.Lakshya Sen on Sunday clinched his maiden BWF World Tour title by winning the Dutch Open men's singles title after beating Yusuke Onodera of Japan. The Dutch Open is a BWF Tour Super 100 tournament.He won theSaarLorLux Openwhich is a BWF Tour Super 100 tournament. The tournament is held in Saarbrücken, Germany. He defeated China'sWeng Hongyangin the final to claim the title.He claimed his fourth title in 2019 inScottish Openin November, with a victory against Brazil’sYgor Coelhoin the men’s singles summit clash.