The champion player is now playing the SIYOL victor Korea open badminton shop where in she has got won over Japan player Nozomi Okuhara.
The Rio Olympic silver medallist had clinched China Super Series in 2016 and has won Indian Super Series and Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold this season. she defeated Spain's Carolina Marin and Gregoria Mariska to win the series respectively.
Both players deployed the same strategy against each other as Sindhu looked to keep up her aggressive approach at all times while Okuhara tried to negotiate the Indian in longer rallies. Concentrating on the same strategy, the Japanese led 11-9 at the changeover. The Indians boys, who are ranked 39 in the world, gave a tough fight to the world No.4 team.
The script didn't change much after the break as Sindhu continued to lead even as Bingjiao struggled with her length and ended up sending the shuttle wide and long.
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Indian fifth seed Sindhu joined Okuhara in the last four after a tough 21-19, 16-21, 21-10 win against Minatsu Mitani. In Seoul - albeit with the cushioning of a first lead - Sindhu would approach Set 2 strategically, and not go wading into battle everytime Okuhara blew the bugle.
Okuhara was subdued with minor tweaks to Sindhu's game - corrections that coach Gopichand personally supervised right from the day after the duo returned from Glasgow. Korean top seed Son Wan beat Verma 20-22 21-10 21-13.
When Sindhu was leading 18-16, they played a 56-shot rally with Sindhu eventually winning the point, which was the turning point of the match. Trailing 4-8 in the second, Sindhu wiped off the deficit with a sixpoint burst and surged into lead at 13-11.