Sindhu advances to 2nd around of Indonesia Masters 2020, protecting champ Saina crashes out

International champion PV Sindhu complicated to the second one around of the Indonesia Masters with a hard earned victory over Japan’s Aya Ohori however protecting champion Saina Nehwal suffered a surprise go out from the Tremendous 500 event, on Wednesday. It was once additionally curtains for global championships bronze medallist B Sai Praneeth, Kidambi Srikanth and Sourabh Verma.

The 5th seed Sindhu clawed again from a sport right down to notch up a 14-21, 21-15, 21-11 victory over Ohori. This was once Sindhu’s 10th consecutive win over the arena no.20 Eastern. She had by no means misplaced to Ohori in BWF circuit thus far. While, Ohori had misplaced to the Indian ultimate week in the second one around of the Malaysia Masters.

The 24-year-old will tackle Japan’s Sayaka Takahashi, who defeated Saina, in the second one around.

Saina, who gained this event ultimate 12 months earlier than going via a lean patch, misplaced 21-19, 13-21, 5-21 to Takahashi in a gruelling 50-minute contest. This was once Saina’s 2nd consecutive early go out within the 2020 season.

💪 Sindhu wins on day1️⃣!No. 5️⃣ seeded @Pvsindhu1 defeated 🇯🇵’s Aya Ohori within the around certainly one of #DaihatsuIndonesiaMasters2020. 14-21, 21-15, 21-11She’s going to subsequent face Sayaka Takahashi of 🇯🇵 in the second one around. #IndiaontheRise #badminton #DaihatsuIndonesiaMasters2020— BAI Media (@BAI_Media) January 15, 2020

The London Olympic bronze medallist had previous crashed out within the quarterfinals of the Malaysia Masters after happening towards Olympic champion Carolina Marin.

International No.12 Srikanth went right down to native favorite Shesar Hiren Rhustavito 21-18, 12-21, 14-21 in a fit that lasted one hour and 3 mins.

This was once Srikanth’s 2nd consecutive opening-round defeat this season. He had previous additionally made a first-round go out from the Malaysia Masters.

Praneeth, who like Srikanth had additionally been ousted within the opening around of the Malaysia Masters, misplaced to the eighth-seeded Chinese language Shi Yu Qi 21-16 18-21 10-21. Sourabh misplaced 21-17 15-21 10-21 to China’s Lu Guang Zu.

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