Previous world number one Saina Nehwal vanquished Nozomi Okuhara of Japan to make it to the semi-last round of the continuous Malaysian Masters here on Friday.
The 28-year-old whipped Okuhara 21-18, 23-21 in their quarter-last conflict that endured 48 minutes.
The Indian shuttler indented up an aggregate of five back to back focuses in the match alongside three diversion focuses to rise successful. Nehwal ruled most parts of the conflict and won 44 revitalizes when contrasted with Okuhara’s figure of 39.
In the men’s singles occasion, India’s Kidambi Srikanth will hope to book his billet in the semi-last of the competition while going up against Son Wan Ho of South Korea in their quarter-last match later today.
On Thursday, Parupalli Kashyap quit the competition in the wake of enduring a 17-21 23-25