PV Sindhu Advances To Malaysia Masters Grand Prix Gold Semifinal

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Indian Ace shuttler PV Sindhu raced past Indonesian Lindaweni Fanetri 21-10, 21-10 enter the semifinals of Malaysia Masters Grand Prix Gold tournament. Sindhu had a 7 – 2 win loss record against Fanetri and she made good of her past performances as she completely outplayed her opponent. Sindhu is a 2013 winner of this tournament and only two steps away from recreating the achievement. In the semifinal she will play against the winner of Japan’s Sayaka Sato and South Korea’s Sung Ji Hyun. Sung is the top seeded player in the tournament and can be the biggest threat to Sindhu’s title dreams.

P V Sindhu Photo NDTV
P V Sindhu Photo NDTV
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