World Badminton Championships: Sindhu eases into pre-quarterfinals

Posted On: August 23, 2017

NEW DELHI: Top Indian shuttler PV Sindhu stormed into pre-quarterfinals of the women\’s singles accident at the apple Badminton Championships, with a advantageous beeline amateur achievement over Kim Hyo Min of Korea in Glasgow on Tuesday.

Sindhu got a bye in the first round. Fourth berry Sindhu defeated the 42nd ranked Korean 21-16, 21-14 in the second round bout which lasted 49 account. Sindhu was on aggressive approach from the chat go and won eight after credibility in the first bold.

Kim chock-full the juggernaut by acceptable next two credibility to make it 2-8, but Sindhu went into the first breach at 11-5. Sindhu kept a advantageous advance, even though Kim gave her a appropriate action, and pocketed it 21-16.

In the second bold, Kim fought back from 3-7 and bargain the gap to two credibility but Sindhu went into the breach at 11-8. From there on, Sindhu added the advance gradually to 17-11 before wrapping it 21-14. \”It was a acceptable bout and I was blessed with the way I played. I think after Rio Olympics, I am better able for big contest than before,\” an animated Sindhu said after the bout.

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It was another acceptable day for Indian singles players Sai Praneeth and Ajay Jayaram also opened their attack with allegory beeline-bold wins.

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