Indias PV Sindhu ran into rough weather, coming undone against 22 year-old Chinese hope Sun Yu 15-21, 17-21 in the group stage encounter of the Dubai World Superseries Finals on Thursday. With two wins in two matches, over Rio Olympics gold and silver medalists respectively, Sun made the semifinals while Sindhu next faces Carolina Marin in a must-win match on Friday.Surging ahead 4-1 early on, the big-hitting Sun sustained the momentum to make it 6-3 with a brilliant cross court smash. The Chinese 6-plus footer, who pulled off a straight sets upset against world No 2 Marin on Wednesday, despite the latter saving eight match points, used her angled overhead shots and marvelous crosscourt smashes, often landing plum on the line, to keep Sindhu under the pump.The eighth-seeded Indian should be credited for some smart retrieving before Sun turned the lead into a yawning nine point gap at 18-9. Sindhu, however, was in no mood to allow Sun to walk away with the game easily. With Sun on matchpoint, the world No 10 Indian reeled off six straight points before the Chinese could finally manage to sneak a point, to take the first game.In November this year, Sindhu stunned Sun in the final of the China Open Super Series, to win her maiden Super Series crown and become only the third non-Chinese woman to win the title after Mew Choo in 2007 and Saina Nehwal in 2014. For Sun, it turned out to be her sixth final appearance of the year.Sindhu begun on a dominant note in the second game to go 2-0 up before a delightful Sun drop shot caught Sindhu unaware to make it 5-3. Notebook and pen in hand, coach Pullela was seen hollering instructions. A half smash, steeper than a lunging Sun anticipated, had the Indian had 8-6 before the Chinese ballooned a return wide to make it 10-8 in Sindhus favour.The Indian was now clearly struggling with timing her straight smashes, allowing Sun, for the first time in the second game, to move up 16-15. 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