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(Source: AP) Top News New York City will enhance security at the world’s largest marathon this weekend by deploying more police officers,12-9 to the Indian 2043 hrs IST: Great point with both players going back and forward before luck of the net helps Sindhu win the point 12-8 2042 hrs IST: Sheer pace in Okuhara’s angled smash and Sindhu can’t reply to that 11-8 2042 hrs IST: Sindhu made to go back on a deep shot and its into the net 11-7 2040 hrs IST: Okuhara sends push of the shuttle long and Sindhu leads 11-6 at the break 2039 hrs IST: Sindhu with a great smash as she moves back and keeps the margin going Desperate lunge by the Japanese but not enough to send it back 10-6 2038 hrs IST: Lovely tactics by Sindhu to push Okuhara back and then produce a lovely drop 9-6 now 2038 hrs IST: Sindhu’s attempted drop shot is into the net and the lead for the Indian is down to two 8-6 2037 hrs IST: Poor response by Sindhu on a Okuhara drop and it is duly dispatched for a smash 8-5 2036 hrs IST:Great drop shot by Sindhu and Okuhara can’t send it back Leads 8-4 2035 hrs IST: Okuhara hits the net and Sindhu with a hugeshout of C’mon 7-4 up now 2035 hrs IST: Goodpush of the shuttle by Sindhu and she leads 5-3 2034 hrs IST: Poorjudgement by Sindhu and Okuhara’s serve lands in 3-4 now 2034 hrs IST: Sindhu with a great early start Using her racket head exceptionally to return a shot back 4-1 2028 hrs IST:PV Sindhu on court for her semi-final match against Nozomi Okuhara 1927 hrs IST: Some good wishes from Gautam Gambhir too She isn’t just carrying the hopes of a nation but she has a billion prayers supporting her Best of luck @Pvsindhu1 pictwittercom/AmNOZ8eQj8 Gautam Gambhir (@GautamGambhir) August 18 2016 1926 hrs IST: PV Sindhu’s father: “Entire India is watchingits very tense I thank everyone for their wishes” 1909 hrs IST: Sindhu has the wishes of the entire nation with her All the very best @Pvsindhu1 Cheering and praying for you #Rio2016 #badmintonRio2016 #BillionCheers #KheloIndia #JetoIndia Mary Kom (@MangteC) August 18 2016 1848 hrs IST: Li Xuerui clearly unable to move and Marin wins 21-14 21-16 Through to Gold medal match Carolina Marin reached the gold medal match after beating China’s Li Xuerui in straight games (Source: Reuters) 1842 hrs IST: Uh-Oh Li Xuerui is down and needs attention by the medics Marin is up 18-16 in the second Awkward landing for the Chinese player and it looks serious 1815 hrs IST: In the first semi-final Carolina Marin of Spain has won the first game 21-14 against Li Xuerui of China BUILD UP #India’s PV Sindhu scaling new heights at the Olympics PV Sindhu starts as a favourite thanks to her height and the form that she is in currently (Source: AP) It’s new-age India’s new genes that are finally pushing the country towards a medal at the 2016 Olympics Pusarla Venkata Sindhu regally rangy at 179 cm (5’105”) born to tall athletic parents from Hyderabad is spreading her wings — or wingspan — marching towards a medal after she beat Taiwan’s Tai Tzu Ying and Chinese Yihan Wang in successive straight-set matches Next she runs into Nozomi Okuhara (barely 5 feet but tremendously consistent and intrepid) and is expected to use her vertical advantage to bring down the Japanese and assure herself at least a silver medal in Rio In the process she has denied China a country in constant obsessive search of tall shuttlers to replace the old bunch a chance at two medals for the first time since 1996 It’s for the first time in 20 years that China will not occupy two spots on the medals podium at the Olympics After four Olympics of double-domination (either the gold-silver of 2008-2012 or the gold-bronze of 2000-2004) China will have only reigning champ Li Xuerui in medal contention and Sindhu considered a supremely dangerous player due to her ferocious attacking game and steep smashing is responsible for removing the second Chinese contender — World No 2 Yihan Wang Skill talent and languid grace make badminton beautiful but it’s long been a contention of the Chinese that the most all-round games can only come off racquets of tall players — with the necessary stamina and agility It brought the country rich returns in 2004 and 2008 when the almost 6-footers Zhang Ning Xie Xingfang and Zhou Mi medalled at the Olympics and the country has since been in search of tall players to reclaim that glory At London they won with Xuerui and Yihan — not as tall but above average — but China’s fielding of Sun Yu (almost 6’1”) at maximum international meets means the project of specific selection has not been dumped At the same time along came Sindhu in India a long-legged athletic girl whose parents were both former volleyball players (6’3” and 5’8”) Though she shot up in height only after Class IX Pullela Gopichand had seen potential in grooming her and maxing her set of blessed genes and has worked tremendously hard in supplementing the natural reach that helps in strokes with the necessary agility to shape her into a dangerous player on the international circuit Height advantage Against Okuhara the hard-running persistent Japanese who has won a bunch of titles including Japan’s first All-England in 39 years and is extremely consistent Sindhu starts as a favourite thanks to her height and the form that she is in currently Okuhara has beaten Sindhu in all past three meetings most recently this February but Sindhu has morphed into a lethal threat for the Japanese given her focussed work on fitness and agility that have added sting to her height The Chinese had sound reasons to go looking for tall girls to shape them into badminton players: a tall game is perceived as a natural threat to start with Former international Aravind Bhat whose admittedly modest game became magnified and earned him some memorable wins owing to his 6’2” frame says Sindhu has a bright chance against the Japanese and her height will be a key factor “You have to understand height intimidates Asian players I have had so many players in my life come up to me and say ‘So tall so tall — smash hard smash hard” he says about the advantage of perception Sindhu’s wingspan easily over 6 feet gives her an arcing reach on her overhead shots — her straight tosses and cross-court smashes hit at a high contact point when shuttle connects to racquet making it worrisome for most opponents when combined with high speed Moreover every badminton court these days has drift owing to air-conditioning and Rio has a cross drift “The first few points are always tough to judge and shuttles tend to go short and shuttles go to mid-court — and are sitters for tall players to smash out The fear of the mid-court can get instilled in players and stay through the game” Bhat says Against Yihan Wang the tall Chinese a fair amount of Sindhu’s agility like digging out reflex shots got negated because the shuttle was also coming back from a steep angle But the 21-year-old Indian will fancy her chances against Okuhara The Japanese who reached a career high of No 3 has a high backhand drive shot which she plays with her elbow facing down to the back end of the court and is a master of changing pace and the bird’s trajectory But she is tactically vulnerable against tall players (as the Chinese have exploited) and Sindhu would need to park herself at three-quarters of the court and dictate the steep cross-court winners from there — something her opponent has few answers to It could be a commanding march into the finals if Sindhu can stay consistent and maintain her speed A medal beckons if she can stay in the long game — the Japanese tends to be tireless in long matches that last over two hours retrieving everything and making opponents play one shot extra to get the winners It’ll be a wonderful maiden Olympics for the Indian who caused ripples in her early World Championships — beating high ranked opponents with her fast game It can also erase years of belief that Indians are too short-statured to win big at Olympics As diets have improved in the country and general health has gone up Indians are more confident coming up against the big guys at world meets A medal for Sindhu here and India which has zero medals so far can also walk tall #PV Sindhu vs Nozomi Okuhara Rio 2016 Olympics: Sindhu on brink of medal PV Sindhu will take court against Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara in the women’s singles semi-final on Day 13 of Rio 2016 Olympics PV Sindhu takes on Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara in thewomen’s singles semi-finals with a win ensuring a medal for India – their second after Sakshi Malik got a bronze in the women’s freestyle wrestling event After overcoming the stiff challenge of Chinese Taipei’sTai Tzu Ying and China’s Wang Yihan in the previous rounds – winning in straight games – the Indian shuttler from Hyderabadhas another top shuttler in her sights With Sindhu’s win over Wang she has denied China – a badminton superpowera two medal finish in the women’s singles event – for the first time since 1996 Here’s a quick look athow the two pan out against each other: PV Sindhu (Age 21 World Rank 10) againstNozomi Okuhara (Age 21 World Rank 6) Height: PV Sindhu at179cm and Nozomi Okuhara at 155cm Head-to-head Played 4: Nozomi Okuhara 3 PV Sindhu 1 Matches between the two have always been hard-fought affairs with each one going to three games Okuhara has won the last three encounters between the two Sindhu’s only win came as a junior in the 2012 Asian Championships Nozomi Okuhara’s playing style Nozomi Okuhara has the typically Japanese high intensity retrieving game?
on Wednesday the spectre of a horror draw against Bayern or Barcelona would still exist. Their 1995 triumph.