P.V. Sindhu Won Gold for India in BWF World Championship

P.V. Sindhu Won Gold

P.V. Sindhu won Gold for India in BWF World Championship

P.V. Sindhu ones again made India Pride by winning gold at Badminton World Federation (BWF). She has now become the first Indian to won gold in BWF World Championship and also the second woman after Zhang Ning to win five medals at this championship.

As the championship started, Sindhu seeded on fifth. She won the match over Pai Yu-po, a Chinese badminton player, then defeated American player, Zhang Beiwen followed by the third match victory from Tai Tzu-ying to reach the semi-finals. Semi-final round started where she defeated Chen Yufei in a straight-set and reached the finals. This one is the most challenging part of her play as she continuously lost 3 times and again reached to try out ones again, but this time with full strength and power. The opponent, Nozomi Okuhara one of the finest Japanese player, but P.V. Sandhu wrote the history by winning with 21–7, 21–7 and became the next Champion of BWF 2019.

P.V. Sandhu Post Victory Speech

“I love my country, I am proud to be an India and I made it for India”, P.V. Sandhu. BWF and Prime Minster to tweeted to congratulate her for the victory and boost up the youth to do such outstanding performance in their fields to make India first everywhere.

She Deligated a Perfect Gift to a Mother

At the occasion of mother’s birthday, P.V. Sandhu made a history of being the first woman to win gold in BWF championship and deligated this victory to her mother. No mother can have such a great gift from her loving daughter, receiving gifts like this one a mother surely can live a longer and healthier life.

Life History and Sucess Story of P.V. Sindhu

P.V. Sandhu born in Hyderabad, India, her parents has been national volleyball players. Sandhu chosen badminton from being inspired by Pullela Gopichand former badminton player and a good one coach. She started playing at 8 with the guidance of Mehboob Ali and later joined Pullela Gopichand’s Gopichand Badminton Academy.

Started winning career in 2012, participated and won Asian Youths Under 19 Championship, followed by BWF’s world championships, Olympics 2018, Asian games, commonwealth games and many more tournaments for her country.

Although in the past some years she lost a lot of matches, as everyone learns from hurdles, she appeared in 2019 with more practice and hard work. If we look at the match score she even started up with full energy, when she was at 8th the opponent made her 2nd. Until the end, she played marvelously and won 21-7, 21-7 and wrote India on the Gold.

Tokyo Olympics is now her next goal, she is all set and got ready for the next gold. She will head into the Olympics as the reigning world champion!

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