Saina Nehwal loses first match of China Open while PV Sindhu wins to next round

Saina Nehwal loses the first match of China Open while PV Sindhu wins to next round. Indian Star shuttler and player Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu playing in China open and both have played their first match, but Saina Nehwal lost her match Meanwhile, PV Sindhu won move forwarded to next round by winning the first game. They both are Indian exciting player who has won Silver and Bronze medals for India In Olympics, and now both are looking forward to won this reputed China Open, but all bad lucks for Saina Nehwal losing the first match after the long break of Injury.

Saina Nehwal loses first match of China Open while PV Sindhu wins to next round

Saina Nehwal lost her first match by unseeded Thai player Porntip Buranaprasertuk in the first round of the China Open in Fuzhou on Wednesday. Saina lost first round game by 16-21, but she bounced back in style and won the second game 21-19 but showed rustiness in the final game to lose 14-21 which result from her to be out of the tournament.

Sania also speaks to ESPN, that she was keen”just to play matches” without concerning herself with the results.” Saina has been the sole Indian woman to win the tournament, having defeated China’s Liu Xin in 2014 final.

“Many people will think my career will end and I won’t come back. I also think somewhere deep in my heart that maybe it is the end of my career, so let’s see how it is. It is just about how to take care of my body and be in good shape because these injuries are quite painful,” Saina had said.

Saina Nehwal loses first match of China Open while PV Sindhu wins to next round

Meanwhile Indian Olympics Bronze Medalist PV Sindhu has won her first game thrashing the Chinese shuttler Chia Hsin Lee by 21-12, 21-16 in in Fuzhou, China. Even Man’s presentation was not upto the marks and Ajay Jayaram went down 21-19, 20-22, 21-17 to Zhu Siyuan of China in an exciting encounter.

we all Indian’s must pray for PV Sindhu and HS Prannoy who entered the quarter-finals following an easy 21-13, 21-13 win over Ka Long Angus Ng of Hong Kong. So Stay tuned for more updates and also stay blessed. 🙂

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