PV Sindhu beat Chen Yufei in Indonesia Open 2019
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PV Sindhu beat Chen Yufei in Indonesia Open 2019

 
Rio Olympics silver medalist PV Sindhu is two steps away from his first title of the year. World number five Sindhu reached the semi-finals of the Indonesian Open badminton championship by dismissing the challenge of number two Okuhara on Friday.


World champions silver medalist Sindhu defeated Okuhara 21-14, 21-7 in just 44 minutes to enter the final four. This Japanese player of Sindhu is the eighth wager in 15 matches on Okhahara. Okhahara won seven times.





The first victory of the season in Sindhu's Okuhara on two occasions in the first match He was beaten by the Singapore Open. Now to make the place in the final, the Indian shuttle will face Chinese player Chen Efei. Chen defeated Bewen Zhang of America 21-14, 17-21, 21-16.


Sindhu has not won by Chen for two years: Sindhu has not won by Chen for the past two years. However, during this time, they played only one match, in which the Indus got lost. Sindhu defeated Chen for the last time in the Dubai World Tour Finals in 2017. Both have played seven matches, out of which, Sindhu has won four and Chen has won three.


The third semifinal of the season: Sindhu, who played the seventh season of the season, reached the semi-finals for the third time. He is not able to move forward. Since winning the World Tour Finals Trophy in December last year, Sindhu has not won any title.


Sindhu has not won the chain for the last two years. However, during this time they played only one match, in which the Indus got lost. Sindhu defeated Chen for the last time in the Dubai World Tour Finals in 2017. Both have played seven matches, out of which, Sindhu has won four and Chen has won three.


Sindhu, who played the seventh season of the season, reached the semi-finals for the third time. He is not able to move forward. Since winning the World Tour Finals Trophy in December last year, Sindhu has not won any title. After winning, PV Sindhu said that I am very happy with my performance. I played right. He (Okhara) is a great player. I want to win this tournament so that I get positive energy.
 

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