PV Sindhu lost to Nozomi Okuhara in the 2017 World Badminton Championships.
The Olympic silver medallist Sindhu was outplayed in the first game in 20 minutes.
Thailand Open 2018 Highlights, PV Sindhu settled for runners-up spot against Nozomi Okuhara in the final.
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.
Sindhu outclassed Tunjung 23-21 16-21 21-9 in her semi-final clash of the 2018 Thailand Open 2018.
PV Sindhu outclassed Cheah 21-17 21-13 in straight games in the quarter-final match.
Second-seeded Sindhu, the Olympic 2016 silver medallist, crushed Hong Kong's Yip Pui Yin 21-16, 21-14 in 37 minutes.
The Indian challenge at the Indonesia Open ended with HS Prannoy and PV Sindhu losing in straight games.
PV Sindhu celebrated her 23rd birthday in style by registering a straight-game win over Japan's Aya Ohori to enter the quarter-finals of the Indonesia Open on Thursday.
Chen Yufei of China ended Saina Nehwal's run in the tournament, beating her 21-18, 21-15 in just 36 minutes.
PV Sindhu advanced to the pre-quarterfinals of women's singles after registering a win over Thailand's Pornpawee Chochuwong 21-15, 19-21, 21-13.
Tai Tzu simply toyed with Sindhu as the Indian made judgement errors and missed the lines, sandwiched with some brilliant returns.
Malaysia Open 2018 Highlights, PV Sindhu vs Tai Tzu Ying Badminton Score, Semi Final Match: The 22-year-old Sindhu, who won a silver at the Glasgow World Championship, was pitted against world no 1 and top seed Chinese Taipei's Tai Tzu Ying.
Sindhu emerged victorious in 52 minutes over her arch-rival.
Malaysia Open 2018 Highlights: PV Sindhu defeats Carolina Marin in straight games to enter semis at Bukit Jalil, Malaysia
Sindhu defeated MalaysianYing Ying Lee 21-8, 21-14 in 32 minutes to set-up a quarter-final against 2016 Olympic champion Carolina Marin.
Nandu Natekar hailed the consistently top notch show by the current lot of Indian shuttlers.
PV Sindhu failed to get across 2015 World Championships bronze medallist Sung Ji, an opponent she has played 11 times, winning seven of those encounters.