30 June :- World number-1 and current winner Taiwan’s badminton player Tai Jun Ying on Saturday, star Indian shuttle P.V. By defeating Sindhu, the final has entered.
Ying beat world number-3 Sindhu 21-15, 19-21, 21-11 in the semifinal match, in a very exciting and tough match. This match lasted 55 minutes.
In the finals, Ying will face Thailand’s Ratchanok Intanon and the winner of the second semi-final match between China’s Bingjiiao.
The match between the top players of the world was extremely competitive. The first game was a 6-6 match at a time. From here, Ying took the lead of 11-9 until the break. After the break, he dominated the Indus and took the game to its name.
Sindhu was not going to give up He took the lead in the second game and took an 8-6 lead. Ying, however, equals and scores 9-9 and then went on to break with a 11-10 lead in the brakes.
Rio Olympics silver medalist Sindhu managed to make a comeback after the break. He took the lead 18-16, but once again Ying got the score from 19-19.
From here, Sindhu took the game with two points and conveyed the match to the third game. In the third game, Sindhu initially gave a tough fight to Ying. However later he went backward and lost the match with the game.
Srikanth also disappointed
World number-7 India’s badminton player Kidambi Srikanth could not go ahead of the Malaysia Open semi-finals. Srikanth had to face defeat of Kento Momota of Japan in the men’s singles semi-finals. World number 11 Momota beat Srikanth 21-13, 21-13 in straight games.
With this victory, Momota has made the final place in the final. Where they will face the winner of the second semi-final match between Malaysia’s Lee Chong Wei and Tommy Sugarte.