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CM Chandrababu Naidu applauds PV Sindhu for wining Korea Open title

18 September 2017

South Korea missed their only opportunity to win on a home court as Chang Ye Na and Lee So Hee were thrashed 21-11, 21-15 by China's Yu Xiaohan and Huang Yaqiong in the women's doubles final. The champion player is now playing the SIYOL victor Korea open badminton shop where in she has got won over Japan player Nozomi Okuhara. With this win, Sindhu clinched her third Superseries title.

Sindhu saved two game points to win the first game but was completely outclassed in the second as the Japanese came storming back. Trailing 9-11 Bingjiao's game flourished. Sameer tried his best, but the Korean dished out a gritty performance to beat the Indian 20-22, 21-10, 21-13 in a match that lasted 69 minutes.

Sindhu dominated the proceedings from the outset of the match and opened up an early lead but Okuhara fought back soon and ultimately took a 20-18 lead.

Okuhara attempted to tire Sindhu again with the longest rally of the match lasting 56 shots.

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The Korean Open Super Series women's singles final will be a mouth-watering clash between the two finalists of the World Championships. Though the Japanese put up a great contest and fight, Sindhu always maintained a good amount lead throughout the final game which helped her immensely.

An 18-14 lead seemed to be healthy for Sindhu but a feisty Okuhara didn't allow the Indian to roll to the title. She mixed aggressive smashes with cunning net-game, which rattled the Japanese, who was forced to trail throughout the match. Also the third game was close just like the World Championships, this time I took it off.

Okuhara was subdued with minor tweaks to Sindhu's game - corrections that coach Gopichand personally supervised right from the day after the duo returned from Glasgow.

CM Chandrababu Naidu applauds PV Sindhu for wining Korea Open title