PV Sindhu: It is known that PV Sindhu is a two time Olympic medalist. She is looking forward to her first title after winning a bronze medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Bwf World Tour Finals Pv Sindhu
BWF World Tour Finals: Two-time Olympic medalist, Indian star women’s badminton player PV Sindhu once again missed out on a chance to win the title by reaching the finals. In the BWF World Tour Finals title match on Sunday, Sindh lost 21-16, 21-12 to Yan Seong of South Korea. Indus wins bronze at Tokyo Olympics 2020 But she has not won a single title since. Earlier, she reached the semi-finals of the Indonesian Open, but failed to win. Reaching the finals after a stellar performance in the World Tour Finals, she had to settle for a silver medal after failing to win the title match.
Seong had previously won the Indonesian Masters and the Indonesian Open titles. Denmark also beat Indus in the quarterfinals of the Open in October. This is the third time that Indus has reached the final of the tournament. She became the first Indian to achieve this feat by winning the title in 2018.
Dominance from the beginning ..
The 19-year-old Korean player was unable to answer the Indus for a fantastic game. The Indian players looked helpless before her aggression as she dominated the Indus. In the first game Ian Seung kept his grip strong from the start. It led 11-6 at the break. However after the break Sindhu kept bothering her a lot and continued to score points. Indus is trailing 8-18 by one point. However, the Indian narrowed the points gap to make it 16-20. Saves four game points. Won the first game.
The second game ..
Sindhu, who started the second game brilliantly, scored two points in a row. He then scored two points in a row to tie the score. In the second game, there was a fight between the two. The score became 3-3, and then 4-4. Despite repeated attempts by the Korean player to take over, Sindhu immediately equalized the score. The score became 6-6. From here the Korean player turned the score 9-6 without looking back. She finished 11-8 at the break. After the break again the Korean player dominated. Immediately after arriving, they scored three points in a row and the score stood at 15-8. From here the Korean player did not give Indus a chance to return. Indus took a few points but managed to reduce the points difference. Eventually Indus lost the chance to clinch the title once again.
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