Only 4 points in the final game but all were closely fought. Saina leads against Okuhara. It all boils down to the third and last game. Will Saina be able to repeat her performance from last night and book a place in the final?
Nozomi Okuhara showing grit, claims the second game vs Saina Nehwal. The Japanese shows tremendous grit to take the second game against Saina Nehwal.
Bring on the third! Saina Nehwal fights her way back in the second game, draws level Saina makes it even again! An unforced error from Okuhara gets Saina a point, she trails, Okuhara seems to have upped her game vs Saina Nehwal, she leads in second. Okuhara is showing urgency in the second game. Leads against Saina at the start of it. A confident NSaina gets the better of Okuhara in the first game.
Wraps it up in 22 minutes. Inching close to winning the first game. Extends the lead to 8 points! A 7 point lead for Saina now. Ahead and is all pumped up! Domination from Saina Nehwal so far. Goes into the break leading against Okuhara. What a way to start! Saina is showing amazing skills at the net. Leads against her. Aggressive start from her! Saina Nehwal takes on Japan's Nozomi Okuhara shortly. First game at the moment BWC pic. After a tough fight against Scottish Kirsty Gilmour in the quarters, Saina will look to extend the head-to-head win against Japan's Nozomi Okuhara and book her place in the World Championships final.
Match begins in a while. She has come this far but we are hungry for more! Saina Nehwal will look to seal a place in BWC final. Match starts in a while. Time for an Indonesian party in Glasgow! Hello and welcome to the live blog of the World Championships, Day 6. Sindhu, a silver medallist at the Rio Olympics, assured herself of at least a bronze with a clinical display against world number six Chinese Sun Yu.
The year-old, who has won a bronze at the and editions, disposed off Sun Yu in 39 minutes at the Emirates Arena.
Indian Badminton Gets Bollywood Boost. Jwala Gutta in a new Avatar: World Badminton Championships, Highlights: BWF World Championships Khairy believes Malaysia have depth to capture Sudirman Cup.
Fit-again Iskandar to play in Sudirman Cup. U champ Wei Jie stakes claim for Asian junior spot. Norza appointed as new BAM president. Men's and Mixed doubles stay alive in Singapore Open. Malaysia sign MoU with three other countries to develop badminton.
Two Malaysian men's doubles pairs advance to second round in Singapore Open. Lin Dan nails his first Malaysian Open title.
Chong Wei and Lin Dan have different reasons to lift title. Either Al-Amin or Norza has to pull out from race for top post.