Open Grand Prix Gold in the finals running in Bangkok Thailand on Sunday. Top Indian shutter Saina Nehwal beat back the title Ratchanok Inthanon in Thailand.
22-year-old Indian Saina Nehwal at the Inthanon 19-21, 21-15, 21-10 defeat by the Swiss Open in March this year after won.
The world’s fifth start of the player was not able to do some good but her experience Great performance and capabilities defeated second seeded opponent player on the net.
Inthanon placed 11th in the world rankings and the power baseline game was good, so this fight fluctuation was full.
Saina Nehwal overtaken out of court with the smash Inthanon by the 10-7 and made it 16-10. Saina Thailand was facing the front of the player and the points they got from the mistakes of the opponent. Saina lost Sudiraman Cup last year in the Inthanon.
It went in favor of the 17-year-old Inthanon, as Thailand’s fast-court players gathered around the covering shot. 12-19, which bested the opposition of trying to recover some of Saina’s mistakes, were the difference 17-19.
Saina on the net, both players had better Inthanon winner smash hit seven against the Indians, while Saina could only find one. It was Thailand’s second seeded player in the game its name. However, to end the game with the fate of the Saina’s mistakes and to force the Indians took advantage of the Inthanon. Saina overtaken by 8-3 with four net winners, not sit Inthanon was consistent with their shot rapidly. Saina won game against, the 12 net winners while Thailand only three of the players could deposit.
Inthanon in the first game was the energetic performance, she could not continue in the second game, but Saina, who would attribute it to the game itself quickly adapted accordingly. Inthanon Baslain smash hit in the first game was easy but it did not succeed in this game and were down on the net.
However, Saina won four consecutive points to win 1-1. Saina in the third and decisive game was very fast and they were 3-0 and 11-4. Your favorite smash winner after Saina leveled the score of 17-10 and won four consecutive points to put his scintillating titles.