World Badminton Championships: Sindhu eases into pre-quarterfinalsPosted 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.
It was another acceptable day for Indian singles players Sai Praneeth and Ajay Jayaram also opened their attack with allegory beeline-bold wins.