As it happened: PV Sindhu in World Badminton Championship semis
PV Sindhu lost to Thailand's Ratchanok Inthanon 10-21, 13-21 to settle for a bronze medal.
13:39 PV Sindhu has to settle with a Bronze medal at BWF World Championships 2013 as he loses her semi-final match against Thailand's Ratchanok 10-21, 13-21.
13:36 Good drop point by Thai. Sindhu has no answer to her. She would have hoped to give better fight than this. 11-17.
13:33 Sindhu is trying hard but is not able to make a fight out of it at the moment. Its 8-14.
13:31 Finally Sindhu is able to win a point through a smash. That one was powerful. Two consecutive points for her. 7-12 now.
13:29 Unforced error once again. Sindhu is just gifting away points. Indian now trails 5-10.
13:26 Finally she wins a point but Thai immediately wins point back. Its 3-8 now.
13:26 Ratchanok is running away with this one. Sindhu trails 0-7. Will she be able to win a point?
13:24 Sindhu has not learnt from the mistakes she did in the first game. Sindhu is sinking like Titanic here. She trails 0-4.
13:23 Its easy for Ratchanok. Starts with a smash in the second game.
13:21 Second game is about to begin.
13:19 Ratchanok Intanon takes the first game easily. 21-10. PV Sindhu needs to regroup and try to build on some points in the next game.
13:17 Its 8-17. Gopichand is not looking impressed with the things. Sindhu's body language is not looking good and looks bit fatigued here.
13:15 Sindhu is repeating same mistakes again and again. This is not looking good for the Indian. She trails 7-15.
13:13 Another error from Sindhu. She is jus not able to win two points consecutively. Thai opponent is having a good day out here so far. 6-12.
13:11 Singh has no clue what is happening. Its 4-11 at the breather. She needs to sort this out quickly.
13:09 Thai opponent making life difficult for Sindhu at the moment. Sindhu not able to win points in succession. Lots of unforced errors. She trails 4-9.
13:07 Sindhu is bit inconsistent at the moment. Thai opponent forcing her to make fee errors. She trails 3-6 now.
13:06 Brilliant smash by Ratchanok Intanon and she takes the lead against Sindhu. Indian trails 2-4.
13:05 Match has starts and first point goes to Sindhu.
13:00 PV Sindhu is making her way to the court now. The duo are warming up at the moment.
12:57 Doubles match has ended and Indonesian pair has reached men doubles final. Next will be Sindhu in action
12:55 Sindhu has played against Thailand's Ratchanok Intanon once before, and the Thai beat her at the Yonex Sunrise India Open 2013 21-12 21-6.
12:51 Sindhu' match will be starting in few minutes time as double's match in the same court is almost over. So stay tuned.
12:45 Earlier today, the legendary Lin Dan reached the men's singles final brushing aside Nguyen Tien Minh 21-17, 21-15.
12:40 For those who missed how Sindhu beat Wang in the quarters, CLICK HERE for a detailed report on that match.
12:35 In the last meeting between Sindhu and Intanon, the Thai won 21-13, 21-6 in the semi-finals of the India Open earlier this year.
12:28 PV Sindhu takes on Thailand's Ratchanok Intanon in the women's singles semi-finals.
12:27 After Prakash Padukone in men's singles and the pair of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnapa in women's doubles, she is the first Indian singles player to reach the semi-finals of the World Championships.
12:25 After ensuring a historic bronze for herself by beating China's Wang Shixian in the quarter-finals on Friday, India's PV Sindhu is now one step away from the title clash.
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