Seoul: Indian shuttlers PV Sindhu and Sameer Verma on Thursday enters the quarter-finals of women’s and men’s singles but Parupalli Kashyap crushed out in the second round of the USD 600,000 at Korea Open badminton super series.
Rio Olympic medallist PV Sindhu thrashes Thailand player Nitchaon Jindapol with a win over by 22-20 21-17 and advanced to quarter-finals to next clash with Japan’s Minatsu Mitani.
Hong Kong championship finalist and Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold winner, Sameer Verma beat Wong Wing Ki Vincent with a win over by 21-19 21-13 in 41 minutes and he will require to lift his game by a few nick when he faces local hot favourite Son Wan Ho.
Son Wan had to hard more to crush Kashyap’s line in men’s singles. He battled for 1 hour and 16 minutes prior to getting the 21-16 17-21 21-16 to enter the last-eight stage.
Sindhu, who win maiden silver at Glasgow World Championship currently, had reach into the match with a 1-1 record alongside Jindapol, who had thrashed the Indian at Syed Modi International previous year.
PV Sindhu needed to fight hard in the opening diversion with World No. 16 Jindapol figuring out how to snatch a 9-7 and 13-10 lead yet the Indian severed at 14-16 with six straight focuses. The Thai shuttler drew equality before Sindhu shut the issue.
The second diversion was likewise a nearby challenge with both the shuttlers secured a duel at first till 8-8. Sindhu pushed forward and got a 12-9 lead and despite the fact that Jindapol figured out how to hook back at 15-15.