Rio Olympic silver medallist PV Sindhu on Tuesday thrashes Korea’s Kim Hyo Min in the second round and reaches the pre-quarterfinals of the women’s singles of the World Championship. Following wining bronze medal twice at the 2013 and 2014 Championship, 22-yr-old Sindhu serrated up a 21-16, 21-14 victory over Min in a 49-minute match to extend her record against the Korean to 4-1.
Sindhu will face either Russian’s Evgeniya Kosetskaya or Hong Kong’s Cheung Ngan Yi in the subsequently round. Sindhu, from the word go, ruled her rival and won eight sequential focuses in the main set. Despite the fact that Kim Hyo Min battled back to win the following two focuses, Sindhu proceeded with her frenzy and made it 11-5 to keep a solid lead and after that later went ahead to win the principal set 21-16.
Going into the second set, Kim Hyo Min demonstrated some resistance however Sindhu wrapped up the diversion up 21-14. The last time Sindhu had confronted Kim, she had endured a straight-amusement crush at 2016 Australian Open and the Indian turned out all chambers bursting today as she doled out an overwhelming diversion to zoom to a 8-0 lead in the principal diversion.
Kim Hyo Min attempted to break the restricted movement and won four straight focuses however the Indian snatched an agreeable 11-5 lead. The Korean diminished the hole to 8-12 after the break yet a decided Sindhu kept on advancing and achieved 16-10 at one phase.
She in the end took a 20-14 lead. Kim spared two diversion focuses before the Indian fixed the opening amusement. In the second diversion, Sindhu by and by opened up a 8-3 lead. The Korean figured out how to diminish the edge to 8-10 yet the Indian didn’t enable Kim to set up a test as she continued surging ahead, achieving 19-12.