PV Sindhu would be eager to turnaround her fortunes when she begins her title defense at the season-ending BWF World Tour Finals on Wednesday.The Indian superstar PV Sindhu remains enthusiastic since winning the World Championship gold medal, to change her fortune she begins defending the title at the end of the BWF World Tour final season in Guangzhou on Wednesday.Sindhu scored the biggest victory in her career at the World Championships in Basel, Switzerland, in August, but since then India seemed to be in very poor state.The Olympic silver medalist, who reached the final of the Indonesia Open Super 750 tournament in July, has achieved two first-round exits at the Korea Open and Fuzhou Chinese Open and fell in the second round in three events: China Open Super 1000, Denmark Open Super 750 and Hong Kong Open Super 500.It was the only quarter-final finish was at the French Open tournament of USD 750,000.Only the first 8 players in the BWF Race to Guangzhou qualify for the world tour finals, and Sindhu finished the year at 15th place, but still made it to the women’s singles field by virtue of being the world champion.Despite the recent drop in form, all eyes will be on Sindhu, as she has a reputation for producing the best in highlights. India had a break after the Hong Kong open to be in the best shape for the World Finals, having reached the summit twice in 2017 and 2018.This time, the Sandhu was placed in Group A with Chinese duo Chen Yu Fie and He Bing Jiao and Japanese Akane Yamaguchi, while Group B consisted of the remaining four shuttlers: Taiwanese Tai Tzu Ying, Thai duo of Ratchanok Intanon and Busanan Ongbamrungphan and Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara.Sindhu will open his campaign against Akane Yamaguchi, who won two titles in Indonesia and Japan before having a hip problem as she got four first-round exits. However, the Japanese showed signs of regaining their form with the semi-finals in the French Open, Hong Kong Open and Korean Masters.The world no. 6 Indian to have a 10-6 health record against Yamaguchi, but lost to the Japanese in the last two meetings.Also against Chen Yu Fei, Sindhu has a 6-3 record, but the Chinese have been fit this season, having won six finals, including the England Championship.But Sindhu lost nine times to He Bing Jiao and four of them in the last four games. The Chinese won the Korea Open, in addition to the second place in the Indian Open and Badminton Asia Championships.Read More: Top 15 Indian Sportswomen: The Pride Of Our Country
There's no halting PV Sindhu at the Olympic Games. The Rio Olympic silver medalist broke no perspiration as she slid into the Round of 16 of Women's Singles badminton at Tokyo 2020 on Wednesday, July 28. PV Sindhu, cultivated sixth at the Games, concocted a clinical exertion against lower-positioned Cheung Ngan Yi of Hong Kong in her last Group match. Sindhu required barely 30 minutes to beat Chueng 21-9, 21-16 at the Musashino Forest Sport Plaza in Tokyo. Sindhu completes on top of three-lady Group J with 4 focuses from 2 matches. She has not dropped a game so far at the Tokyo Olympics. Sindhu started her mission with an agreeable straight-match dominant over Ksenia Polikarpova on Sunday. Also, Read: Shikhar Dhawan Finishes 10,000 Runs In International Cricket As OpenerThe match against Cheung Ngan Yi, a veteran on the visit was a precarious issue for Sindhu. Yet, the Indian shuttler began solid. She was looking sharp and hitting Victor freely. Sindhu was prevailing from the rear of the court just as at the net. A couple of misleading shots worked for the Hong Kong shuttler yet Sindhu scarcely at any point got off second stuff however fixed a straight-match dominate. Also Read: India In England Virat Kohli Drives A Middle Wicket Instructional Meeting In DurhamSindhu will next face Mia Blichfeldt of Denmark. The Indian shuttler has a 4-1 straight on record in 5 gatherings against the Denmark shuttler. In their last gathering - Swiss Open 2021, Sindhu pounded Mia in straight games. in the semi-last. In any case, at the Thailand Open recently, Sindhu lost to Mia in 3 games in the Round of 32. Sindhu is probably going to confront Japan's Akane Yamaguchi in the quarter-last if she goes past Mia in the following round. Sindhu is the solitary Indian excess with a decoration chance in badminton at the Tokyo Olympics. India's copies matching of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty passed up quarters billet notwithstanding a solid show in the gathering stages.