Silver Medallist PV Sindhu to drop Macau Open 2016 to focus on World Super Series Finals


PV Sindhu has been in awesome frame in the badminton circuit generally, winning the China Open and completing runners-up in the Hong Kong Open in a traverse of two weeks. Such unbelievable exhibitions from the Indian shuttler helped her book a spot in the World Super Series Finals, which will come to fruition one month from now in Dubai.

Sindhu, subsequently, has chosen to avoid the Macau Open, where she was initially seeded second, to take some rest before the super occasion in December. 

With Sindhu avoiding the opposition, the onus will be on Saina Nehwal in the ladies' singles rivalry for India. Saina is the top seed for the Macau Open 2016 and this will be the third rivalry that she is including in after her knee surgery. In the event that she figures out how to win the title, it will do miracles to the previous world number one's certainty. 

All trusts of the Saina-Sindhu last in the Macau Open have been tossed out of the window after this choice of the China Open 2016 champ. 

"I needed to take some rest after two consecutive occasions in China and Hong Kong. In this way, I needed to pull back from the Macau Open and concentrate on the World Super Series Finals in December," India Today cited Sindhu as saying. 

Only a fortnight stays for the World Super Series Final, which will come to fruition from December 14. The opposition is the hardest in the date-book year, with just the top positioned players highlighting in it. 

After her staggering silver decoration win in the Rio Olympics, with her late exhibitions she has demonstrated that she has a place with the association of top-class players. She vanquished some higher-positioned players in Rio to secure the award, and Sindhu needs to indicate comparative frame to win the title in December. Be that as it may, this will be a colossal undertaking as the opposition incorporates stars like Carolina Marin and Tai Tzu Yiung to give some examples.