PV Sindhu deserves the praise but she will regret the errors

PV Sindhu deserves the praise but she will regret the errors

PV Sindhu deserves the praise but she will regret the errors

Earlier, Nozomi Okuhara stormed into the finals after defeating another Indian Shuttler Shaina Nehwal 12-21, 21-17, 21-10.

PV Sindhu has become a force in world badminton. The road ahead was getting tougher as she met China's Wang Yihan, and there was an element of confidence in the Indian shuttler's display, demolishing her in a tight match. The plan was to play an aggressive game, not allowing Okuhara to settle down. With this win, she also became the only second Indian to reach the finals of World Championship after Saina achieved that feat in the last edition at Jakarta. And her mantra right from the time she picked up a racquet at the age of nine has been, "I will win". Sindhu had, in fact, struggled to make it to the main draw of the singles competition for Rio, but some important points in major events before the Games gave her a spot.

Lin has reached the final for the first time since his last world title in 2013 by taking out No. 1-ranked Son Wan-ho of South Korea 21-17, 21-14 in an hour. In a hard fought rally, she finally succeeded in turning the second game in her favor 22-20. For Okuhara, the Saina match was a strenuous one and it will be interesting to see how well her body has recovered.

Axelsen, who won the bronze in the 2014 worlds and 2016 Rio Olympics, was quoted as saying by Xinhua news agency: "I am still a little out of words, I never expected to win that comfortably, I am very happy".

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"My coach and I always look back at past championships to get better and improve on my game". "When we got into the game, our decision-making was not up to snuff".

Chen, 28, said he was under too much pressure.

Tennis legend Leander Paes tweeted a picture of Sindhu and Saina Nehwal on the podium and wrote, "Watching two of our Champions on the Podium is such a proud feeling!" Sindhu's improved defence and fitness will play a huge role in the final. "I do not want to stop at the final, I want to win gold", said the Japanese.

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