PV Sindhu defeated Chen Yu Fei 21-7, 21-14 in a 40-minute long one-sided semi-final match to enter the World Championships final.
BWF Badminton World Championships 2019 Sai Praneeth vs Kento Momota Semi-Final: Sai Praneeth is only the second Indian male shuttler to win a World Championships medal.
PV Sindhu was down in the dumps after the first game and came back strongly to win a closely fought second game.
PV Sindhu defeated Chinese Taipei shuttler Tai Tzu Ying 12-21, 23-21, 21-19 while Sai Praneeth edged past Indonesia's Jonatan Christie to enter the semi-finals.
PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth won their respective matches in World Championships on Wednesday to advance to the next stage in the tournament.
India's star badminton players PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal are in different halves and they will not face each other unless they reach the final of the championship.
After PV Sindhu's withdrawal, India now have only one seeded player left in the fray in the women's singles category, in the form of Saina Nehwal.
PV Sindhu was ousted from the Indonesia Open and then the Japan Open by Akane Yamaguchi.
PV Sindhu had few answers to Akane Yamaguchi's attack and was sent packing in straight games from the quarter-finals of the Japan Open tournament.
HS Prannoy though crashed out of the men's singles event after going down to Rasmus Gemke of Denmark 9-21 15-21 in the second round.
PV Sindhu ended with a silver medal at the Indonesia Open as top honours continue to elude her 2019.
PV Sindhu's title drought in 2019 continues, she lost in the Indonesia Open final against Akane Yamaguchi on Sunday.
Indonesia Open 2019, PV Sindhu vs Akane Yamaguchi, Final Highlights Badminton Match Score: PV Sindhu lost 15-21,16-21 to Akane Yamaguchi.
PV Sindhu defeated Chen Yu Fei in straight games to set up final clash against Japan's Akane Yamaguchi.
Indonesia Open 2019, Semi-final Highlights Badminton Match Score: PV Sindhu defeated Chen Yu Fei in straight games to enter final.
PV Sindhu will now face world no. 3 Chen Yufei in the semi-final of Indonesia Open on Saturday.
Fifth-seed PV Sindhu, who is eyeing her first title of the season, defeated Blichfeldt 21-14, 17-21, 21- 11 in a match that lasted for 62 minutes
All the top Indian players, including PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal and K Srikanth, have achieved success under the guidance of Pullela Gopichand.