Japan Open Superseries: Sindhu crashes out of tournament after losing to Okuhara in straight games

Updated On : 21 Sep , 2017 , 01:45 PM
Japan Open Superseries: Okuhara knocks Sindhu out of tournament (File photo)
Japan Open Superseries: Okuhara knocks Sindhu out of tournament (File photo)
New Delhi:

PV Sindhu on Thursday knocked out of Japan Open Superseries by losing to Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara.

Sindhu lost the game to Okuhara in straight sets 18-21, 8-21. She crashed out of the tournament in second round. Japan Open Superseries badminton is being played in Tokyo.

This game was ninth clash between the two stars where Okuhara leads 5-4.

Saina Nehwal is set to play her game later in the day at Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium.

Earlier in the day, Kidambi Srikanth trounces Hu Yun in straight games to book a place in the last eight of the men's singles at the Japan Open on Thursday. Srikanth took just 29 minutes to dispatch his opponent from Hong Kong.

First Published : Thursday, September 21, 2017 01:42 PM
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