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PV Sindhu vs Han Yue, Live Badminton Score and Updates, China Open Super Series 2017 Round 2

Sindhu def Han Yue, 21-15, 21-13 to enter the quarter-finals
Updated: 16 November 2017 16:33 IST - Published: 16 November 2017 15:44 IST
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And with that, we wrap our live coverage of the China Open second round. Hope you enjoyed it.

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Finally, a smile for the Indian badminton fans as PV Sindhu marches into the quarter-finals with a dominant performance. Sindhu will next meet the 89th ranked Chinese qualifier, Gao Fangjie for a place in the semi-finals.
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Final score: Sindhu def Han Yue, 21-15, 21-13 in 40 minutes to enter the quarter-finals.
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Sindhu needs only one to convert and secure her quarter-final berth.

21-13
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She reaches match points at 20-13
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19-13 lead for the World No. 2

Points are fast and furious now
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Han snaps Sindhu's 4-point winning streak to make it 12-18
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And she adds another two points to go up to 18-11
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Sindhu pulls the brake on her progress and goes up to 16-11
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And she continues to be hot on the heels of the World Championships silver medallist.

11-14
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Han has now reduced the deficit to just three points.

10-13
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Sindhu strides ahead to 13-9
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A determined Han has closed the gap to just four points now.

8-12
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Han continues to fight back

6-11 she trails now
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A rejuvenated Han comes back to take 2 points on the trot....5-11 she trails
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Going into the interval, Sindhu has a huge 11-3 lead
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It's 10-3 for the Indian at present
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Sindhu has raced to 9-3
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Han gets two points here but Sindhu still very much in control of this game. Up 7-2
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Han has still not found a single point to her name in this game

Sindhu cruises to a 6-0 lead
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SECOND GAME


Sindhu is sharp and looking determined as ever. She jumps out to a 3-0 lead
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But Sindhu takes the game on her third game point.

21-15
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Gusty play from the teenager. She saves 2 game points to close in on 15-20
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SEVEN GAME POINTS FOR THE WORLD NO. 2

20-13
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And Sindhu has surged to 19-13, building a big six-point advantage over the World Junior Championships runner-up