by FP Sports Aug, 17 2016 IST
India's PV Sindhu caused a huge upset, stunning World number two Wang Yihan of China in straight games in the women's singles quarterfinals. AP
PV Sindhu scripted a 22-20, 21-19 victory in 54 minutes over the former World No one, who had beaten bronze-medallist Saina Nehwal at London Olympics. AP
PV Sindhu became the second Indian badminton player to reach an Olympic semifinal after Saina Nehwal achieved the feat at London Olympics four years ago. AP
India's PV Sindhu returns a shot to China's Wang Yihan during the Women's Singles Quarterfinal. AP
Sindhu reacts after she scored a point against Wang Yihan during the Women's Singles Quarterfinal. AP
India's PV Sindhu greeted by China's Wang Yihan after winning the Women's Singles Quarterfinal. AP
PV Sindhu will be up against world number six Japanese Nozomi Okuhara in the semi-finals of Women's badminton singles of Rio Olympics. AP
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