PV Sindhu Wins First Korea Open

Posted September 18, 2017

In a rematch of the World Championships final which was won by Okuhara, Sindhu avenged her loss from Glasgow and won the final 22-20 11-21 21-18 and claimed her third Super Series title.

Sindhu recovered to stave off the challenge from World No. 19 Minatsu Mitani of Japan 21-19 16-21 21-10 in a match that lasted 63 minutes. With this win, Sindhu clinched her third Superseries title.

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Sindhu held a 19-17 lead and it became 20-18. Nozomi Okukara had defeated Sindhu in a marathon final at World Championships just two weeks back. She wrested the game from Sindhu and even pocketed the second game in 22 minutes.

Okahura goes into the lead for the first time in the match, as Sindhu miscues a defensive shot to hand the Japanese shuttler an easy smash. That she is capable of doing this against any player now on the circuit, means India is looking at a potential world beater as has never been seen over a long time in Indian sport.

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The Korea Open final was a re-run of that epic battle with the only difference being the name of the champion. A deceiving return on Bingjiao's serve saw Sindhu save a game point but the Chinese sealed it next when the Indian found the net again.

The key was to get the early lead in the decider and Sindhu did exactly that. Another long rally, sees Sindhu draw one closer to Okuhara. Though the Japanese put up a great contest and fight, Sindhu always maintained a good amount lead throughout the final game which helped her immensely.

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PV Sindhu the Champion badminton player is now uttering her best in he career. It was nearly a repeat of the World championship final, though the result reversed, in our favour.