Olympic silver medallist, India's PV Sindhu won her second and last match of the group at the Tokyo Olympics.
The 6th cultivated Indian player crushed Cheung Ngan Yi of Hong Kong in straight sets by 21-9,21-16 in only 35 minutes.
Sindhu made simple work of her Hong Kong rival, cruising to a 21-9 success in the main game. Ngan Yi showed more battle in the subsequent game yet Sindhu improved on her, beating the Hong Kong shuttler 21-16.
World No.7 Sindhu will meet Denmark's reality number 12 Mia Blichfeld in the pre-quarter. Sindhu had crushed Blichfeld multiple times before and the Denmark player's only success against Sindhu was at the Yonex Thailand Open recently.
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