New Delhi, April 27 (IANS) Home favourite P.V. Sindhu, who lost her women's singles semifinals at the India Open Super Series here Saturday, said things just did not go her way.
Sindhu lost to third seed Ratchanok Intanon of Thailand 12-21, 6-21 in 31 minutes at the Siri Fort Sports Complex.
"I played well at the start and I was leading too but then I started making several errors and things just did not go my way. She was playing more at the front where I made a lot mistakes which I should not have.
"In the second game I gave a huge lead of 13 points from where it was very difficult to make a comeback," said the 17-year-old, who made her second Super Series semifinal appearance after China Masters last year.
Sindhu thanked the crowd for supporting her and said she will try her best the next time.
"It was not as if I was tense playing in front of my home crowd but things just did not go my way. I want to thank the crowd for coming out and supporting me each day and I am sorry for disappointing them. All I can say is I will try my best next time," added Sindhu, who left the stadium immediately to catch a flight to Kuala Lumpur to play at the Malaysia Open Grand Prix Gold where she is seeded No.1.