Singapore Open PV Sindhu Stunned by Carolina Marin in Thriller Game

Singapore Open PV Sindhu Shocked by Carolina Marin in Thriller Sport

PV Sindhu, a two-time Olympic medallist, suffered a second-round defeat within the Singapore Open 2024 BWF Tremendous 750 match in Kallang on Thursday.



Revealed: Could 30, 2024 10:00 PM IST


By ANI

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PV Sindhu crashed out of the Singapore open after a defeat in opposition to Carolina Marin.

Kallang: PV Sindhu, a two-time Olympic medallist, suffered a second-round defeat within the Singapore Open 2024 BWF Tremendous 750 match in Kallang on Thursday.

India’s ace shuttler Sindhu suffered a defeat in opposition to world No. 3 Carolina Marin 21-13, 11-21, 20-22 after a three-game nail-biter of 1 hour and eight minutes.

This was Sindhu’s sixth straight defeat to Marin. The Indian badminton participant’s most up-to-date victory came to visit her Spanish opponent within the Malaysia Open 2018 quarterfinals. When the 2 shuttlers squared off within the Rio 2016 Olympic ultimate, Marin emerged victorious.

Sindhu, who’s now ranked twelfth on this planet badminton rankings, bought the match began properly on Thursday. She handily received the opening sport by establishing her authority early on. However after successful the second sport, world No. 3 Marin discovered her focus once more and compelled a decider.

Regardless that Sindhu had the benefit of 18-15 at one level within the third sport, Marin was in a position to rally herself again into the nail-biter to wrap up the win. Because of this, Marin presently has a 12-6 head-to-head report benefit over Sindhu.
Within the second spherical of the Singapore Open, HS Prannoy, the highest males’s singles participant in India, was additionally ousted. Tenth-ranked Prannoy fell to Japan’s Kenta Nishimoto, who’s rated eleventh on this planet, 21-13, 14-21, 21-15 in 78 minutes.
Nevertheless, the ladies’s doubled pair of Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand made it to the quarterfinals, protecting India’s problem within the match alive.

The Indian pair upset second seeds and reigning All England champions Baek Ha Na and Lee So Hee to register a 21-9, 14-21, 21-15 victory in a match that lasted for 59 minutes.

The Treesa-Gayatri pair will subsequent face Olympic bronze medallists Kim So Yeong and Kong Hee Yong of South Korea within the quarter-finals on Friday.



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