Hong Kong Open Superseries: Lee Chong Wei's record fifth title is testament to his eternal fighting spirit
Lee Chong Wei's second title of the year is a testament to the fact that the ageing Malaysian ace can still send world beaters packing with his mentality.
Tai danced gracefully all over the court, executing strokes of rare beauty, as Sindhu gamely tried to counter the relentless stream of rapier thrusts with obdurate defence.
PV Sindhu's gallant fight ended in agony as she suffered a second successive loss to World No 1 Tai Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipei at the summit clash of the USD 400,000 Hong Kong Open Superseries.
Highlights, Hong Kong Open Superseries, badminton score and results, final: Lee Chong Wei wins 5th title; PV Sindhu loses
Catch the live score and updates from the final day of the Hong Kong Open Superseries, where Sindhu takes on Tai Tzu Ying.
Hong Kong Open Superseries: PV Sindhu silences detractors with impressive victory over Ratchanok Intanon
On Saturday, PV Sindhu looked like a player on a mission to prove to one and all that she had the hunger, the will and the stamina to be the kind of workhorse that Lee Chong Wei and Son Wan Ho have been in recent years.
Hong Kong Open Superseries: PV Sindhu enters 2nd straight final with comfortable win over Ratchanok Intanon
Olympic silver medallist PV Sindhu produced a comfortable straight-game win over 2013 World Champion Ratchanok Intanon at the USD 400,000 Hong Kong Open Superseries to seal a second successive final spot.
Highlights, Hong Kong Open Superseries, badminton score and results, semi-final: PV Sindhu, Lee Chong Wei enter final
Catch the live scores and updates from the semi-final action of the Hong Kong Open Superseries. Sindhu takes on Ratchanok Intanon
Hong Kong Open Superseries: PV Sindhu avenges Paris loss to Akane Yamaguchi; Lee Chong Wei beats Son Wan Ho
PV Sindhu’s brilliant 36-minute 21-12, 21-19 triumph over Akane Yamaguchi in Friday’s quarter-finals of the Hong Kong Open Superseries propelled her to a 4-2 career head-to-head lead over the 20-year-old No 5 seed.
Indian shuttler PV Sindhu defeated Akane Yamaguchi of Japan to enter the semi-final of the Hong Kong Open Superseries on Friday.
Hong Kong Open Superseries: PV Sindhu sole Indian survivor as Saina Nehwal, HS Prannoy crash out in 2nd round
Sindhu defeated former Asian junior champion from Japan, Aya Ohori, while Saina and Prannoy lost to China's Chen Yufei and Japan's Kazumasa Sakai in the second round.
Hong Kong Open Superseries: PV Sindhu needs to shrug off fatigue to defend last year’s runner-up points
If PV Sindhu performs well in both the Hong Kong Open and the Dubai finals, there is an outside chance of her ending the year as World No 1.