Okuhara managed to save two match points, but Sindhu was simply brilliant as she wrapped up the game, the match and the Championship.
The Rio Olympic silver medallist Sindhu won in an hour and 24 minutes at the SK Handball Stadium. Sindhu displayed dogged determination and great stubbornness to lay claim to the third Super Series title of her career and to make the nation proud.
"In the third set, even though I was ahead, she came back".
Okuhara, who hadn't dropped a single game in the tournament until the first game of the final, marched ahead with an early 7-3 lead in the second game by focusing more at the net. Trailing 9-11 Bingjiao's game flourished.
She was handed defeat by the Okuhara in the 110-minute thriller in the finals of BWF Badminton Championship held in Glasgow, Scotland. But Son this time played a almost flawless game to enter the last four stage.
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As Okuhara led at 14-7, Sindhu started attacking her backhand, her weaker wing. It was when the fighter in her woke up as she won the next four points and took the set 22-20.
People all over the world soon congratulated the Indian, who tallied her head-head wins with the Japanese 4-4.
The key was to get the early lead in the decider and Sindhu did exactly that.
The idea was to keep rallies fast paced and snappy and though she would still win the longest exchange of the day at 18-16, a 56-shot rally, she could cede inches to win the miles.
It now remains to be seen if Sindhu can replicate this level of determination and resolve on Okuhara's home territory, as the badminton circus moves to Tokyo for the Japan Open Superseries championships starting on Tuesday. Mentioning that Sindhu's success rests in her ability to constantly thrive on excellence, Anil, a coach at the Gopichand Academy, explains, "Her on-court strategies have been spot on".