Ajay Jayaram stuns top seed to enter Dutch Open badminton final

 Indian shuttler Ajay Jayaram was in his elements as he overcame Rajiv Ouseph of England to enter the men's singles final of the $50,000 Yonex Dutch Open Grand Prix, here.

Ajay Jayaram stuns top seed to enter Dutch Open badminton final

Almere (The Netherlands): Indian shuttler Ajay Jayaram was in his elements as he overcame Rajiv Ouseph of England to enter the men's singles final of the $50,000 Yonex Dutch Open Grand Prix, here.

The 13th seeded Indian, who returned to the circuit after a seven-month injury layoff in August, defeated the top-seeded Ouseph 11-8 11-7 11-5 in a 26-minute semi-final at the Topsportcentrum Almere late Saturday.

Jayaram, 27, had a tough journey en route to the final as he got past third-seeded Indonesian Dionysius Hayom Rumbaka in the quarter-final and Chun Hei Tam of Hong Kong in the pre-quarters.

The Chennai-born player will on Ihsan Maulana Mustofa of Indonesia in the title clash today.

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