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World Tour finals - PV Sindhu made champion, defeats Okhara

Sindhu made it to the finals by defeating Ratchanok Intanon of Thailand in the 2013 World Champion and eighth place in the world ranking.

Sindhu made it to the finals by defeating Ratchanok Intanon of Thailand in the 2013 World Champion and eighth place in the world ranking.


Olympian silver medalist PV Sindhu managed to finish off his title drought. At the end of the year, India's Star Shuttle did not only win the title but also made history.

The 23-year-old Sindhu named herself the BWF World Tour Finals (BWF Super Series) till Sunday. For the first time in this tournament being played from 2008, an Indian won the title.

World number 6 Sindhu, runners-up last year's tournament, defeated Japan's World No. 5 Nozomi Okuhara 21-19, 21-17 in the finals. Simultaneously, Sindhu has done 7-6 against the Japanese player. This is Okhukhara, who had defeated Sindhu in the 2017 World Championship final.

Sindhu, who made it to the tournament for the third consecutive year, made it to the finals by defeating Ratchanok Intanon of Thailand, world champion in the eighth position and world number one 21-16, 25-23.

Earlier, Sindhu had entered the knockout stage by defeating Bevan Zhang, ranked 12th in the world rankings on Friday, 21-9, 21-15 in a one-sided match. Sindhu remained unbeaten in the entire tournament

( Note: PV Sindhu is a 1st Indian to win gold at BWF world tour finals update)


Indus: 11th International Title (Individual)


1. Indonesia International (2011)

2. Malaysia Masters (2013)

3. Macau Open (2013)

4. Macau Open (2014)

5. Macau Open (2015)

6. Malaysia Masters (2016)

7. China Open (2016)

8. Syed Modi International (2017)

9. India Open (2017)

10. Korea Open (2017)

11. World Tour Finals (2018)


* 2016: Sindhu was defeated by Carolina Marin (Spain) in the Rio Olympics finals 19-21, 21-12, 21-15, after which she had to be satisfied with the silver medal.

* 2017: World Badminton Championship was missed due to history, then Najomi Okuhara of Japan in the final was defeated 21-19, 20-22, 22-20.


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