外文标题：Saina Nehwal to spearhead Indian challenge in China Open
HYDERABAD: The Indian challenge in the women's singles weakened a lot with the withdrawal of PV Sindhu out of the China Open Super Series Premier to be held in Fuzhou from Tuesday.
In the absence of the World Championships bronze medalist, the onus will be on Saina Nehwal to keep the Indian flag flying. Sindhu fell sick after the European tour and decided to skip China. She will, however, play in the Hong Kong and Macau tournaments later this month.
Even as the new stadium which resembles a space ship gears up to host one of China's most important events, the Indians may find it difficult to make a mark here.
Interestingly, it was in Fuzhou that the inaugural edition of China Open was held and the event is returning back to the city after a gap of 28 years.
Guess indian flag will come down in QF, than blame to many chinese playing the game
Rakesh Thakur (Unknown)
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The real challenge for Saina will be the likely quarterfinal against top seed Li Xuerui of China.
Baljeet Yadav (Mahendergarh, India)
All the best to Saina. But I want to say one thing, When Indian player come on International level for first time they play really well but after some time their performance goes on a slide on with that goes our chances of becoming a leader in sports like China
Rama Krishna (Bengalore)
all the best.