Singapore Badminton Open: PV Sindhu go down Nozomi Okuhara Indian challenge end in competition | Indu defeats Singapore Open, semi-finals of Indian Open
Indian shuttler defeated World No. 3 Japan's Nozomi Okuhara in the final -4
Star shutter like Kidambi, Saina has already been out of the tournament
Sports desk Indian shuttler PV Sindhu lost in the Singapore Open semifinals on Saturday. World No. 3 Japan's Nojomi Okuhara defeated them 21-7, 21-11. With the loss of the Indus, the Indian challenge ended in the tournament. With this result, Okhara equaled the record of his win-loss against Sindhu 7-7.
This is the fourth time this year, when Sindhu has failed to make a place in the title match of any tournament. In the Indonesia Masters, from 22nd to 27th January, he lost 11-21, 12-21 to Carolina Marin of Spain in the quarter-finals.
Sindhu beat Korea 2-1 in last 2 months
He was eliminated in the first round of the All England Open Badminton Championship from 6 to 10 March. Then he had to face defeat against Sung Ji Hyun of Korea 16-21, 22-20, 18-21. His journey at the India Open, which lasted from March 26 to 31, in New Delhi, ended in the semi-finals. He was defeated by Bingijiao of China 23-21, 21-18 They were successful in reaching the second round in the Malaysia Open this month. He had lost 18-21, 7-21 against world number-10 Sung Ji Hyun in the pre-quarterfinals.