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Sindhu defends Macau Open title

Sindhu defends Macau Open title

Macau: Indian shuttler P.V. Sindhu successfully defended her Macau Open Grand Prix Gold women's singles title, beating South Korean Kim Hyo Min in straight games at the Tap Seac Multisport Pavilion here Sunday.

Two-time World Championships bronze medallist Sindhu registered a comprehensive 21-12, 21-17 victory in 45 minutes in the final of the $120,000 event.

Playing against the World No.91 Kim for the first time, the Indian World No.11 won the first game with ease.

After a brief tussle till the nine-point mark, Sindhu upped the ante and grabbed five straight points before sealing the game by taking six successive points. She pressurised Kim with aggressive play and won the game 21-12.

Kim improved her game but failed to stop a determined Sindhu from winning the second game.

The South Korean matched Sindhu shot by shot and enjoyed a 11-8 lead. After the two-minute break, however, Sindhu regained her focus and collected five points on the trot.

The 18-year-old Kim battled hard to equalise at 13-all before the Hyderabadi again went on the offensive and bagged four straight points to hold a 17-13 lead.

The South Korean was forced to pull things back and did well to reduce the deficit to one at 16-17.

However, Sindhu kept her cool and sealed the game in her favour by taking three successive points. The 19-year-old Indian won the second game 21-17.

This win marked Sindhu's third Grand Prix title triumph.

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