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Sindhu becomes first Indian to win Korea Open Super Series

Sindhu becomes first Indian to win Korea Open Super Series

Olympic Silver medalist PV Sindhu prevailed over the current World Champion Nozomi Okuhara of Japan in a roller coaster 22-20, 11-21, 21-18 battle to become the first Indian to win the Korea Open Super Series held in Seoul, Korea. With this win, Sindhu clinched her third career Super Series title and her second this year.

In a marathon match that lasted an hour and 23 minutes, Sindhu displayed her customary grit and aggression to avenge her heart wrenching loss against Okuhara just three weeks back at the 2017 World Championship held in Glasgow. The match witnessed many thrilling and long rallies, the longest being a 54 shot rally, which Sindhu eventually won at 18-16 in the deciding game.
 
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