Indian star shuttler PV Sindhu on Sunday defeated ruling best on the planet Nozomi Okuhara of Japan 22-20, 11-21, 21-18 in the ladies’ singles last of the Korea Open Superseries. In the wake of lifting the title, Sindhu committed her triumph to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his birthday. “I dedicate this victory for our beloved Prime Minister Shri Modiji on his birthday for his untiring and self-less services to our Country,”
PM Modi had additionally saluted Sindhu for winning the Korea Open Super Series title in Seoul. “Congratulations to @Pvsindhu1 on emerging victorious in the Korea Open Super Series. India is immensely proud of her accomplishment: PM,”
Sindhu left a mark on the world by turning into the primary Indian to win the Korea Open. The win, however, didn’t come simple as Okuhara gave intense rivalry to Sindhu till the end.
The Rio Olympic silver medallist Sindhu won in a hour and 24 minutes at the SK Handball Stadium. It was the 22-year-old’s third Superseries title of her vocation.
Okuhara had vanquished the Hyderabadi in the World Championships last in August in Glasgow.
After the August 27 win, the Rio Olympic bronze medallist Okuhara, 22, had taken a 4-3 lead in profession gatherings against Sindhu.
World no. 4 Sindhu had secured the 2016 China Super Series Premier and India Open Super Series and Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold this season.