Sindhu's easy win, defeating Saina

Chang Zhou (China). September 18 (Politics.com) World champion PV Sindhu easily reached the pre-quarterfinals of the China Open Super 1000 tournament here, while Saina Nehwal suffered a defeat. India's top badminton player Sindhu won 21-18,21-12 in just 34 minutes against former Olympic gold medalist Li Xiu.



Olympic silver medalist Sandhu not only easily achieved success but also improved his record of victories against opponents by 3-3 while maintaining a world championship performance. Meanwhile, Saina suffered a defeat in the first round of the women's category singles round against Thailand's Bosanand. Saina, who won a bronze medal at the London Olympics, suffered a 10-21,17-21 defeat to rival Athlete in the world rankings, despite struggling hard for 44 minutes.


 Former world number one Saina suffered a second consecutive defeat against Thai rival Busanand. 29-year-old Saina, who has returned to the field after recovering from her injuries but failed to recover. Rio Olympics silver medalist Sindhu will now be the winner of Canada's Michelle Lee and Thailand's Purnapavi Chukwong in the second round of women's singles. The only badminton player to win a gold medal at the World Championships for India was Sindhu's performance against Jay Roi. Earlier, there was a record of equality between the two players, but with that success, Sindh has won a record of 4-3 defeat against rivals.

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