14 July : Bangkok – Olympic silver medalist p. V. Sindhu reached the semifinals of the Thailand Open World Tour Super Badminton Tournament, beating Indonesia’s Gregorian Marises 23-21, 16-21, 21-9 in the finals. She will face Japan’s Nosomi Okuhara in the match.
Breaking News: @Pvsindhu1 storms into Final with 23-21, 16-21, 21-9 win over World No. 29 Gregoria Mariska
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Sindhu, who was third in the world rankings, had to struggle harder from the first game. Marcus took the lead 11-7 and held a match on the match. However, in front of the strong determination of Sindhu, she could not enjoy the alliance for a long time. Marcus maintained the lead of 2-3 points. After 16-16, Sindhu caught on the match. Marcia had got a game point, but Sindhu did not let her play a game. In the first game of 27 minutes, Sindhu won 23-21. Both the players played a fine game of Net Playing. Marisa, who is far less than smashing, used the nets to shoot the net.
Marcus failed to make the cut in the second game. Marches 5-9 tied the game 9-9 while playing the best game. After that, Marcena got the better of 16-10. Sindhu then earned six points, but Marissa took the game 21-16 in just 19 minutes to level the match 1-1.
In the third game, Sindhu plays in the pressure of humility and the strategy to take advantage of it was Marischka. However, Sindhu smoked a sharp smash. She avoided the temptation of Net Playing and forced the Indonesian player to play on the whole court. However, taking advantage of the unforced errors made by Sindhu, Marisa maintained the match in the match. Sindhu continued her march with a lead of 14-7. Sindhu won the game 21-9 easily while smashing.