After the British team withdrew a couple of days earlier, B Sai Praneeth and Dhruv Rawat were also forced to withdraw late on January 9, after their Covid test results returned positive.
Lakshya Sen had a good outing in the last season as he reached the final of the Dutch Open, made it to the semifinals at Hylo, and then entered the knockout stage of the World Tour Finals on debut.
Lakshya Sen, who also secured a maiden bronze at World Championship in his first campaign at the event, jumped two spots to the 17th place but B Sai Praneeth slipped two places to the 18th spot.
B Sai Praneeth began the proceedings with a 21-5 21-6 win over Louis Beaubois in the just 23 minutes in the opening singles.
World championship bronze-medallist B Sai Praneeth then demolished Robin Mesman 21-4 21-12 in just 27 minutes in the second singles match to give India an unassailable 3-0 lead.
It was India's second consecutive defeat after losing the Group A opener to Thailand and now the final match against Finland on Wednesday has been rendered inconsequential.
BAI on Sunday named a 12-member Indian team for the Sudirman Cup, which is slated to take place from September 26 to October 3 in Finland.
Fourth seed PV Sindhu moved past South Korean world No.44 Kim Hyo Min 21-16, 21-14 in 49 minutes.