Sindhu was hoping to arrive at a second straight Olympic final however ended up tumbling to a determined Tai Tzu Ying of Taiwan in straight games in the semi-last at the Musashino Forest Plaza in Tokyo. Sindhu, who was at this point to drop a game all through the competition, said that she is said to have passed up the gold award match yet is wanting to bring back no less than a bronze from Tokyo.
“I’m a bit sad because it’s the semifinals, but I tried my best it was just not my day. I fought until the end,” said Sindhu.
Sindhu couldn’t coordinate with Tai’s varieties and said that she was ready for the Taiwanese second seed. “I was prepared for her skills, so I don’t think that troubled me a lot. At the end of the day the level of the semifinals is going to be really high – you can’t expect easy points. I just couldn’t be on the winning side,” she said.
“I think it’s going to be a bit sad but I need to concentrate on that. It’s not over yet. I still have a chance. So I hope I give my best,” said the player in hoping to win bronze medal.
“It’s sad I couldn’t go to the finals. A lot of people from India have supported me and shown me their love but it just wasn’t my day and I’m going to try again tomorrow,” she added.