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PV Sindhu to take on Taiwan's Tai Tzu Ying in Hong Kong Open final

PV Sindhu to take on Taiwan's Tai Tzu Ying in Hong Kong Open final

Kowloon [Hong Kong], Nov. 27 : Ace Indian shuttler PV Sindhu will today take on Chinese Taipei's Tai Tzu Ying in the final of the women's singles event of the Hong Kong Open Super Series tournament.

The Rio Olympic silver medallist yesterday Hong Kong's girl Ngan Yi Cheung in straight sets to enter her second straight Super Series final.

The ace Indian shuttler defeated Yi Cheung, who had defeated Saina Nehwal in the quarterfinals last evening, 21-14, 21-16 in the last four-match that lasted 46 minutes.

Meanwhile, fourth seed Tai Tzu Ying would also be brimming with confidence after defeated World number one and defending Hong Kong Open champion Carolina Marin 21-17, 14-21, 21-16.

After conquering China Open, PV?Sindhu targets Hong Kong

After conquering China Open, PV?Sindhu targets Hong Kong

New Delhi [India], Nov. 23 : The Indian contention, led by Rio Olympics silver medallist PV Sindhu, will today begin in the Hong Kong Open Super Series Badminton tournament.

Brimming with confidence after clinching her maiden Super Series Premier title at the China Open on Sunday, the ace Indian shuttler would be eying to come up with another good performance to qualify for next month's Dubai World Super Series Finals.

In the women's singles main draw, Sindhu will open her campaign against Indonesia's Susanto Yosephin, while Saina Nehwal, who recently recovered from a knee injury, will face Thailand's Porntip Buranaprasertsuk.

Fifth seeded Saina was last week stunned by the Thai in the first round of the China Open.

PV Sindhu to take on sixth-seed Ji Hyun in China Open semis

Fuzhou [China], Nov.19 : Rio Olympics silver-medallist PV Sindhu will aim to book her place in the finals of the ongoing China Open Super Series tournament when she takes on sixth-seed Sung Ji Hyun in her last-four contest of the women's singles event later today.

Sindhu stormed into the semi-finals after brushing aside China's promising teenager He Bingjiao 22-20, 21-10 in the quarter-final clash that lasted half-an hour.

Meanwhile, Ji Hyun of South Korea made her place in the last four by struggling past Japan's Akane Yamaguchi 22-20, 10-21, 21-18 in a gruelling contest that lasted one hour and 10 minutes.




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