The reigning world champion Indian had no answer to the in-form world No. 6 Korean, who set the conditions with the word Go.
, @Pvsindhu1 ended his campaign as runner-up at #BWFWorldTourFinals2021 The loss is certainly heartbreaking but… https://t.co/Asx1p6L3l4
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On that day, Ann was brilliant at playing the net as well as her foundation game, not allowing the two-time Olympic medalist Indian shuttler to make a comeback in a match that lasted only 39 minutes.
Seyong came into the season-ending tournament with consecutive titles at the Indonesia Masters and Indonesia Open, and also defeated Sindhu in the quarter-finals of the Denmark Open in October.
This was Sindhu’s third final appearance in the tournament. She won the title in 2018 and became the only Indian to achieve the feat.