While Kidambi Srikanth turns up for the world championships after three successive final finishes, PV Sindhu enters the event after a couple of quarterfinal finishes in the previous Super Series events of this season.
Olympic medallists PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal will play in the World Championships in Glasgow, beginning August 21.
Following her success in the Olympics last year, N Chandrababu Naidu had announced a cash reward of Rs 3 crore, a residential plot in Amaravati and Group-I officer's job to Sindhu.
Kidambi Srikanth, who has been in rampaging form with back-to-back titles at Indonesia and Australia, is seeded eighth.
Newly-crowned Indonesia Open winner Kidambi Srikanth continued his rampaging run to advance to the men's singles semifinals
Kidambi Srikanth and Sai Praneeth had clashed in the final of Singapore Open in April with the latter emerging victorious.
Prannoy beat the world No 1 Malaysian in 40 minutes to reach the quarter-finals while Saina and Sindhu were shown the door.
Fourth seed PV Sindhu brushed aside World No. 20 Pornpawee Chochuwong 21-12 21-19, while world No. 11 Saina rallied her way to a 17-21 21-18 21-12 win over the eighth-seeded Thai Ratchanok Intanon in women's singles.
Rio Games silver medallist shuttler topped the ballot with 129 votes.
India keep themselves afloat for a knockout berth in the mixed team championships.
India start mixed team tournament on disappointing note, lose 1-4 to Denmark.
Saina and Sindhu were in action on Monday when they teamed up for their employers Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) in a doubles rubber at the 38th PSPB inter-unit badminton championship in Bangalore.
PV Sindhu took the lead by winning the first game but faced stiff opposition in the second and third game in the quarterfinals of the Badminton Asia Championships 2017.
The Rio Games silver winner easily notched up a 21-14, 21-15 win over unseeded Japanese Aya Ohori in the second round match that lasted just 40 minutes at the Wuhan Sports Center Gymnasium.
The world number three Indian defeated Dinar Dyah Ayustine of Indonesia 21-8 21-18 in a lop-sided encounter that lasted just 31 minutes, while London Games bronze medallist lost to Japan's Sayaka Sato 19-21 21-16 21-18 in the women's singles after slogging it for more than an hour.
PV Sindhu, who had dropped down to world No.5 due to her first round exit at the Malaysia Open last week, never looked the player who had outsmarted Marin not too long back in Delhi. The Indian just couldn't match up to the pace of the Spaniard.
After winning the India Open Superseries, PV Sindhu had suffered a shock defeat in the opening round of the Malaysia Open Superseries.
Akhilesh Das Gupta suffered a massive heart attack and was rushed to the Lari hospital where he died in the wee hours. He is survived by his wife, daughter and son.