Sindhu and Marin have now met 134 times, with the Spaniard holding a 9-5 lead in their one-on-one record. Their last meeting was during the quarterfinals of the 2019 Indonesian Open, won by Marin. Sindhu’s last victory over the Spaniard was in the 2018 Malaysian Open quarter-finals. Sindhu vs Marin is currently one of the biggest rivalries in world badminton due to the epic battle they had during the final of the Olympic Games in Rio, where the Indian was satisfied with the money.
Before the final, Sindhu said, “Carolina is a good player, so it won’t be an easy game, I have to play 100%. She was very happy with her semi-final performance against Denmark’s Mia Blichfeldt and said: “It was a good win today (Saturday) for me and playing against Mia was kind of a revenge because in Thailand j ‘had lost to her so that was very important to me and yes, I can’t wait to make the final.
Indian Olympic hopefuls have been training at the Gachibowli complex for a few days to prepare for the Tokyo Games. “I am training in a bigger stadium, similar to this stadium because I got used to it and it helped me a lot here,” Sindhu said. “I would once again like to thank everyone, BAI, SAI, Telangana State and the Minister of Sports for all the support and help me with everything I needed for the training and preparation at the stadium. Gachibowli. It helped me a lot.