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PV Sindhu loses final to Marin at World Badminton Championships

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India ace shuttler PV Sindhu had to settle for a Silver medal today after she lost the summit to Spaniard Carolina Marin at the prestigious World Badminton championships tournament at Nanjing, China.

The world number three was beaten by the seventh seeded Spaniard Carolina Marin in straight games, 19-21, 10-21. Sindhu had won a Silver in the Championships last year as well.

Today’s was the 12th meeting between Sindhu and Marin, of which the Spaniard now won 7 matches. Both shuttlers had met at the World Championships in 2014 as well. Then also, Marin had got the better of Sindhu with a 21-17, 21-15 win.

 

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