Saina Nehwal v P V Sindhu at an International Match is a mouth watering piece for the fans. The two ace shutters from India will play against each other at the Indian Open at the Quarter Final Match. Both Saina and Sindhu have so far dominated the competition and both are playing very well. However, tomorrow’s match will be very difficult and different as it does not suit the style of both.

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Saina Nehwal v P V Sindhu at the international level occurred only once back in 2014 at the Syed Modi International. Saina won the match quite convincingly. However, the time has changed and both the Olympic Medallists have seen change in their games now. Saina was one of the best even few years back but her injury has sidelined her for sometimes. She has now made good comeback in the PBL. However, she lost to Sindhu in PBL. However, she came right from the injury and since then she has improved her game by considerable amount.

It would be a tough played quarterfinal on a fast court. Saina said that it would be difficult to control the shutter on such court. Moreover, aggressive badminton and long rally would be difficult for the players. She however said that she is in relax mood and she knows that P V Sindhu would be a tough competition.

It may be treat for many fans as the two most reputed badminton players of India come head to head. On some other matches, India’s National Champion Rituparna Das lost to Carolina Marine. Sameer Verma continued his winning spree at the India Open as the lone hope for India.