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Tokyo Olympics 2020: PV Sindhu storms into quarterfinals

  • Sindhu beats Mia Blichfeldlt in straight games in just 41 minutes
  • Sindhu unbeaten at the Tokyo Olympics so far, to play her quarterfinal match on Friday

World number 7 PV Sindhu continued her impressive run at the Tokyo Olympics as she comfortably beat Mia Blichfeldlt of Denmark 21-15, 21-13 in just 41 minutes, to storm into the quarterfinals. 

With that, she took her head-to-head lead over the World number 12 to 5-1. Sindhu, who has been unbeaten at the Games so far, will next play on Friday.

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