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PV Sindhu lost in the semi-finals, lost the match after winning the first game

Indonesia Open: India’s star shuttler PV Sindhu has lost in the semi-finals of the Indonesia Open. Ratchanok Intanon of Thailand defeated her 15-21, 21-9, 21-14 in a three-game match. This is Sindhu’s third consecutive semi-final loss.

Match lost after winning the first game

Sindhu won the first game against Intanon 21-15. In the second game too, there was a competition with 7-11 at one time but after that Sindhu went backward and lost the game 9-21. In the third game, Sindhu could not make a comeback and was knocked out of the race for the final of the Indonesia Open after losing 14-21.

Third consecutive defeat in the semi-finals

PV Sindhu had lost in the semi-finals of the Indonesia Masters last week. Earlier in October, he had also lost in the semi-finals of the French Open and before that in the semi-finals of the Tokyo Olympics.

Third consecutive defeat against Intanon

World No. 7 player and two-time Olympic medalist PV Sindhu had a record of 4-6 before this match against eighth-ranked Intanon. She had also lost the last two matches. This is Sindhu’s third consecutive defeat against Intanon.

Yu Jin was defeated in the quarterfinals

PV Sindhu defeated Yu Jin Sim of South Korea in the quarterfinal match. Sindhu lost the first game 14-21 in the quarterfinals. After this, he made a place in the semi-finals, winning consecutive 21-19, 21-14.

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Shivam Bangwal

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