Gloomy start for India, V M Ranjeet goes down tamely
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The second set was no different and it actually went from worse to pathetic as the Chennai-lad was bageled after being broken thrice.
The only saving grace for Ranjeet in the third set was that he could hold his serve for the first time in the match, in the fourth game, but otherwise the script remained the same.
Cho hit a forehand winner on set point to end Ranjeet's misery. Vijayant Malik will now clash with Korean number one Suk-Young Jeong in the second singles.