MALAYSIA OPEN 2018: PV Sindhu reached quarter-finals, after defeating Ying 21-8, 21-14

World number-3 Sindhu secured the position in the last-8 by defeating Ying 21-8, 21-14 in straight games to the 32-minute match. Sindhu did not face much trouble in losing the lying. And they compete in straight games.

Olympic medalist silver medalist and Indian woman badminton player P.V. Keeping a good form, Sindhu entered the quarter-finals of Malaysia Open on Thursday. Sindhu beat world number-39 local player Ying Ying Li in the women’s singles pre-quarterfinals.

World number-3 Sindhu secured the position in the last-8 by defeating Ying 21-8, 21-14 in straight games to the 32-minute match. Sindhu did not face much trouble in losing the lying. And they compete in straight games. Looking at the huge form that Sindhu is appearing, it looks like he will not return empty-handed from this tournament.

Sidhu will face his opponent and Spanish veteran Carolina Marin in the quarter-finals. Marin beat Hong Kong’s Cheung Gan Yee 24-22, 21-11 in his quarterfinal match played on Thursday.

Marin had conquered Sindhu in the final of the Rio Olympic Games and was forced to remain satisfied with the silver medal. Of course, these memories will also be in the mind of Sindhu. However, Sindhu has defeated Marin once since then, but now he has got the opportunity to repay the account once again.