- Tag results for P V Sindhu
The women's singles match between Sindhu and Saena started out as a close contest before the Indian broke off to grab a 13-7 lead at one stage.
Sindhu has been outstanding this season with silver medals in all the major events this year -- the Commonwealth Games, the World Championship and the Asian Games.
Led by the brilliance of PV Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth and Saina Nehwal, India have captured many big titles and finished runners-up on numerous occasions.
P V Sindhu, who clinched her second successive silver medal at the World Championship, remained static at the third spot.
The former All England Champion backed Sindhu to win the World Championship crown soon after two consecutive silver medal performances in the prestigious event.
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This year she has reached the summit clash at India Open, the Commonwealth Games and the Thailand Open but failed to cross the final hurdle.
Memories of Sindhu and Okuhara battling in one of the greatest matches of all time during the summit clash in Glasgow last year is still fresh in the minds of badminton aficionados.
The second-seeded Indian continued her unbeaten run in the Thai capital with a 23-21 16-21 21-9 win over Tunjung in a match that lasted an hour.
Mixed doubles Indian pair of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Ashwini Ponnappa also lost 11-21 16-21 to Japanese combo of Yuki Kaneko and Mayu Matsumoto.
Momota had ended Srikanth's campaign at Malaysia Open last week and even though the Indian failed to avenge the loss, it was a far superior performance by the 25-year-old fourth seed.
It has been a while since PV Sindhu displaced Saina Nehwal as the reigning queen of badminton in India.