The world No. 11 Indian, who has secured a bronze for herself, takes on the world No. 9 Carolina Marin in the last-four clash at Copenhagen, Denmark.
Tough fight in the quarter-final: Leading Indian shuttler PV Sindhu created history on Friday by reaching the women's singles semi-finals and assuring herself of at least a bronze medal finish at the World Championships.
By achieving the feat, the 19-year-old Hyderabadi was in line to become the first Indian to win two medals at the sport's most prestigious event having won the bronze last year at Guangzhou in China.
The 11th seeded Hyderabadi proved that she belongs right at the top of the sport by defeating Chinese World No 2 Shixian Wang 19-21, 21-19, 21-15 in a marathon match which lasted an hour and 25 minutes at the 9,200-seater stadium.