Top Indian shuttler PV Sindhu has withdrawn from the Thailand Open up but yet compatriot Saina Nehwal will come back to the circuit in
the BWF Superb five-hundred event here after missing out back-to-back tournaments.
Sindhu , who achieved the final in Indonesia Open up but lost in the Japan Open quarterfinals last week, and will not take the court in the
Thailand Open major draw, which starts out on Wednesday.
The last two weeks have been an emotional roller-coaster ride for Sindhu as after completing second-best at the Indonesia Start , she was
displayed the door in the quarterfinals of the Japan Open last week.
On both of them occasions, familiar foe Yamaguchi turned into Sindhu’s nemesis. The Indian would be desperate to break her seven-
month-long title jinx.
She had lost to Akane Yamaguchi of Japan in both the last tournaments . The reasons for her withdrawal from the event listed here are not
Saina , seeded seventh, will open her women’s singles campaign against a qualifier on Wednesday. She was compelled to withdraw from
both of them the Indonesia and then Japan Open on medical grounds.