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Jayaram�s dream run ends at Korea Open

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SEOUL, Sept 20: A fairytale ending eluded him as Indian shuttler Ajay Jayaram�s rampaging run was brought to a halt by defending champion and World No. 1 Chen Long of China in the final of the USD 600,000 Korea Open Super Series event here today.

After producing a giant-killing run to earn a maiden Super Series final appearance, Jayaram failed to breach the Chinese wall as his fight ended with a 14-21, 13-21 loss to the current world champion Long in a 40-minute men�s singles final.

En route to the summit showdown, Jayaram punched above his weight, stunning the likes of World No. 6 Dane Viktor Axelsen, Japan�s Sho Sasaki and Chinese Taipei�s Chou Tien Chen to set up a title clash with Long, an opponent he had lost to at the Hong Kong Open last year.

Jayaram, who is coached by Tom John in Bangalore, could not produce the same skill and tenacity that took him to the finals as he succumbed to a series of unforced errors to go down in his toughest test in the tournament and end runner up. � PTI

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Jayaram�s dream run ends at Korea Open

SEOUL, Sept 20: A fairytale ending eluded him as Indian shuttler Ajay Jayaram�s rampaging run was brought to a halt by defending champion and World No. 1 Chen Long of China in the final of the USD 600,000 Korea Open Super Series event here today.

After producing a giant-killing run to earn a maiden Super Series final appearance, Jayaram failed to breach the Chinese wall as his fight ended with a 14-21, 13-21 loss to the current world champion Long in a 40-minute men�s singles final.

En route to the summit showdown, Jayaram punched above his weight, stunning the likes of World No. 6 Dane Viktor Axelsen, Japan�s Sho Sasaki and Chinese Taipei�s Chou Tien Chen to set up a title clash with Long, an opponent he had lost to at the Hong Kong Open last year.

Jayaram, who is coached by Tom John in Bangalore, could not produce the same skill and tenacity that took him to the finals as he succumbed to a series of unforced errors to go down in his toughest test in the tournament and end runner up. � PTI

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