When, where to watch PV Sindhu-Nozomi Okuhara final
28 August, 2017, 01:29 | Author: Franklin Nunez
P.V. Sindhu on Friday assured herself of a third World badminton championships as she stormed into the semifinals, to lift India's spirit after K. Srikanth's exit in the quarterfinals.
Fourth seed Sindhu crushed Chinese ninth seed Chen Yufei of China 21-13, 21-10 in 48 minutes in a superlative display to set-up a title clash against Japanese seventh seed Nozomi Okuhara, who defeated Indian 12th seed Saina 12-21, 21-17, 21-10 earlier in the day. The two players have met seven times so far in worldwide badminton with Saina having an upper hand in six of those battles.
This has been India's best World Championship so far with two podium finishes for the first time in history. "We've won against her but it's just that I have to give my best". Stay tuned for the latest updates.
Sindhu made her first final appearance in the World Championship on Sunday.
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After comfortably winning the opening game, Nehwal went down in the second before she rebounded strongly to register a 21-19, 18-21, 21-15 win over her Scottish opponent.
Overpowering the long rallies, the Japanese leveled the lead soon with her strong stamina and won the first game 21-19. The Japanese took the benefit of Saina's tiredness as she used the whole court perfectly to take the game to 10-3. Taking hold of the game again, the Indian player ended the first half 11-9. Prakash Padukone was the first Indian to win a medal when he took a bronze in the men's singles in 1983 before the women's doubles pair of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa bagged another bronze in 2011.
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In the final, Axelsen will face Chinese veteran and five-time world champion Lin Dan, who got past South Korean top seed Son Wan Ho with a 21-17, 21-14 victory in 58 minutes. Her smashes were powerful and overpowered the opponent by the brilliant cover up on the net. "It was disappointing to have lost the match despite being a game up". Which is why, the Return of the Nehwal to a final four finish at the World championship is Saina's personal triumph. For someone whose idol is tennis legend Roger Federer, Saina has to take a leaf out of his book and introduce the surprise element into her game.
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