The second-seeded Indian needed only 45 minutes to chalk out a 21-17, 21-14 verdict over his unseeded opponent.
Praneeth faced resistance from his opponent in the early stages of the first game before opening up a five-point lead at 8-3.
The Israeli fought back to gradually reduce the gap to 14-16. But the Indian won four points on the trot to snatch away the momentum before closing out the game.
The second game also saw a tough contest in the opening stages before the Indian — who was consistent with his accurate placements and clever net play — started to enjoy the upper hand.
Just like the opening game, Misha once again reduced the gap to 14-16 before Praneeth won five consecutive points to win the game and the match.