India, Aug. 25 -- India star-shuttler PV Sindhu will have a chance to win a gold at BWF World Championships as she takes on Japan's Nozomi Okuhara in the final on Sunday. The fifth-seed reached the final after pulling off a win in straight games the semis against China's Chen Yu Fei. The Indian defeated her opponent 21-7. 21-14 in a 40-minute encounter. Sindhu has faced World No. 4 Okuhara 15 times in her career and has a slender lead of 8-7 in head-to-head results. This will be the third straight year Sindhu has reached the final of the tournament. But she had to settle for a silver medal both the times. The 24-year-old will hope to make this one count and win a gold.

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