Two points away from defeat, PV Sindhu beats Cheung Ngan Yi, 19-21, 23-21, 21-17 to reach quarters.
That was a tough match for @Pvsindhu1 but clearly temperament showing through. In QF. Well done.— Boria Majumdar (@BoriaMajumdar) August 24, 2017
.@Pvsindhu1 is the 1st Indian to reach the quarters in her first four World Championships— Mohit Shah (@mohit_shah17) August 24, 2017
2013, 2014 Bronze
2015 QF@BAI_Media @PBLIndiaLive
A scintillating show by @Pvsindhu1 to win 19-21 23-21 21-17 - great win by a great champion! #2017bwc pic.twitter.com/Gq42Y08Vnr— HyderabadHunters (@Hyd_Hunters) August 24, 2017
Good to know that @Pvsindhu1 and @srikidambi are going well in the world badminton championship.— Sai Veer (@SaiVeer07) August 24, 2017
Remarkable consistency by both athletes.
Unparalleled Aggression. Superb display of skills. @Pvsindhu1 https://t.co/hqO83M1gZn— Anuj Magazine (@anujmagazine) August 24, 2017
@Pvsindhu1— Veerappan (@Veera_0609) August 24, 2017
Mindblowing fight back in second set !! Gazing the scores makes more thrilled. Cant control the Heartbeat .
Yay!Congrats @Pvsindhu1. That was very close vs Cheung Ngan Yi. Recipe for blood pressure 😅 #BWF2017 . Now for Sun Yu in the QF. @OGQ_India— Viren Rasquinha (@virenrasquinha) August 24, 2017
After 87 minutes of rigorous badminton, PV Sindhu comes out on top.— BAI Media (@BAI_Media) August 24, 2017
Defeats Cheung Ngan Yi 19-21, 23-21, 21-17. #2017BWC quarters calling! pic.twitter.com/BRDKlVWLCD
No. 13 Cheung almost knocks out No. 4 Sindhu. No. 9 Yufei has knocked out No. 1 Akane Yamaguchi.— Vinayakk (@vinayakkm) August 24, 2017
Women's singles in badminton, I tell you.
More than an hour and just two games done. This is the clichéd survival-of-the-fittest contest between Sindhu and Yi #badminton— Mihir Vasavda (@mihirsv) August 24, 2017
well said 😂😂😂 few more matches lik this can do the job 😤— Aka$h meNon (@AkashHustle) August 24, 2017
Typical @Pvsindhu1 win ! Spreading joy to all fans as well as all doctors across d country ... Rise in revenue for plenty cardios— Arun (@Armenon83) August 24, 2017
5 match points,first time i will burn agarbatti today in new house,last time i did that for sachin tendulkar in childhood— Bikash Chand Katoch (@KatochBikash) August 24, 2017
Glasgow. @Pvsindhu1 survives a tough tough battle.Into the quarters of the World Championship for fourth edition in a row— Digvijay Singh Deo (@DiggySinghDeo) August 24, 2017
Relieved!!! @Pvsindhu1 second Indian to enter QF at @2017BWC— smit khedekar (@smit126) August 24, 2017
She always make sure that her fans are on verge of attack@BAI_Media
PV Sindhu won in World Badminton meet over World No 17.— rupayan bhattacharya (@rupayanb) August 24, 2017
YES!!!!!!! @Pvsindhu1 wins a thriller!— Sudeshna Banerjee (@Sudsports) August 24, 2017
We can breathe again!!!!!!!
Yahoooooooooooooooooooooo...................sindhu wins the match. If somebody wants to watch a thriller show sindhu's match.— india_badminton (@india_badminton) August 24, 2017
.@Pvsindhu1 through to the quarter final of #WBC2017 🏸— OGQ (@OGQ_India) August 24, 2017
Will play Sun Yu of China for a spot in the semis! 🏅
Gosh... what a phenomenal win for Sindhu ... well done #2017BWC— anjali banerjee (@anjali_banerjee) August 24, 2017
Hope Gopichand & his team make sindhu match ready tomorrow, full of mental & physical drain. Just rest sindhu no tweets today plz......— india_badminton (@india_badminton) August 24, 2017
Well done, Sindhu. Now for another intense contest in the quarters with China's Sun Yu.— G Rajaraman (@g_rajaraman) August 24, 2017
Sindhu, I swear I survived a heart attack. Thank you for saving my life. I have Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations home tomorrow 😊😊 #2017BWC— anjali banerjee (@anjali_banerjee) August 24, 2017
Sindhu played 11 minutes more than sun yu today, hopefully she will be ready for tomorrow............— india_badminton (@india_badminton) August 24, 2017
World badminton championship@Pvsindhu1 beat Cheung Ngan by 19-21, 23-21, 21-17 and move to QF of WS @OGQ_India— Sports India (@SportsIndia3) August 24, 2017
Well done 🇮🇳 pic.twitter.com/NjptdCuDpK
Sindhu was trailing 14-16 in the 2nd game but made an amazing comeback to stay in the match & later showed immense grit to win it. #2017BWC https://t.co/ljem16192k— BAI Media (@BAI_Media) August 24, 2017