PV Sindhu is unable to advance in the tournament after losing her first two matches.© AFP
Ice India Shuttler PV bond She returned to form for her final World Tour final showdown, defeating Thailand’s Chuchwong Bornbawi on Friday. But it was too late in the day because she couldn’t advance in the tournament after losing her first two matches. After two consecutive defeats in the tournament, Sindh won the third match 21-18, 21-13 in 42 minutes. In the first match, the Olympic silver medalist faced a tough battle from the local player as the two players excelled on every point, but the Sindh has the upper hand in the game.
Sindhu did not give any margin to her opponent in the second half, and won the match in consecutive matches (21-18, 21-15).
earlier in the day, Kidambi Srikanth withdrew after losing his third match of the tournament To Angus Ng Ka Long from Hong Kong.
He defeated Angus Srikanth 21-12, 18-21, 19-21 in an exciting match that lasted 65 minutes. The Indian goalkeeper rushed to defeat in a similar fashion as he did in his first two matches. Srikanth won the first set but lost in the last two matches in a match that drained three matches to be eliminated from the tournament.
On Thursday, Sindh suffered a 18-21, 13-21 defeat at the hands of Ratchanuk Intanon in their second match in the group stage.
In her first match in the group stage, Sindh was beaten by Taiwan’s Tai Tzu Ying 19-21, 21-12, 21-17.
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