Saina sinks Sindhu to sail into semis in Indonesia Masters


Saina, London Olympics bronze medallist, who is coming back from an ankle injury, gave ample display of her powerful game as she overcame Sindhu 21-13 21-19 in an all-Indian women’s singles quarterfinal clash.

Saina produced her best and never let the advantage slip after leading 3-0 early on in the first game, playing Sindhu for the first time outside India.

Despite Sindhu fighting back and making it 4-4, Saina never gave up, she had control over the proceedings and entered the break with 11-9 advantage.

At the end of it, Saina had managed to lead 15-14, which she increased to 17-14. Saina and Sindhu have clashed twice in the international circuit so far with both winning once.


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