- Sindhu wins Singapore Open for the first time
- Also won the Swiss Open in March this year
PV Sindhu, Singapore Open 2022: India’s badminton star PV Sindhu has won the title in the Singapore Open 2022. Sindhu, two-time Olympic medalist PV Sindhu, defeated Wang Ji Yi of China 21-9, 11-21, 21-15 in the final.
Earlier, world No-7 badminton star PV Sindhu had defeated unseeded Saina Kawakami of Japan in straight games in the semi-finals. Sindhu had easily won the semi-final by a margin of 21-15, 21-7. Japanese star Kawakami was not seen once overshadowing Sindhu.
And the winner brings good news for India and makes us proud once again!@PVSindhu1 Won for the first time by defeating Wang Xie Yi of China #singapore open2022 ,
super congratulations #PVSindhu ,
You inspire millions!#badminton pic.twitter.com/5ZDUtr0HeY
— Devendra Fadnavis (@Dev_Fadnavis) 17 July 2022
Exciting match between Sindhu and Wang
It was not easy for Sindhu to beat world No.11 ranked Wang Ji Yi. In the match that lasted three games, Sindhu started with a win. He defeated Chinese player Wang 21-9 in the first game. Wang then made a comeback and won the second game 21-11 to level the match.
she did it@PVSindhu1 Wang Zi Yi 21-9, 11-21, 21-15 to win third title of the year #singapore open2022 I
Congratulations champion! I
Image credits: @bwfmedia @himantabiswa @sanjay091968 #IndiaontheRise#badminton pic.twitter.com/BIcDEzCz9z
— Bai Media (@BAI_Media) 17 July 2022
Won second tournament after Swiss Open
From here the third game started, which was very exciting. Till the initial 8-10 points, there was an equal battle between the two players. But PV Sindhu gradually took hold in the match and won the third game by a margin of 21-15 and won the title.
PV Sindhu is consistently seen in excellent form. He made it to the final of a tournament for the first time since the Swiss Open held in March this year. Sindhu had captured the Swiss title. She defeated Busanan Ongbamrungphan of Thailand 21-16, 21-8 in the final of the Swiss Open Super 300 badminton tournament. Now he has also won the Singapore Open.