PV Sindhu has raced to make the past redundant in SWITZERLAND, a nation obsessed with time. The Hyderabadi erased memories of all past losses within a 38-minute. Savage hit unrealized in the women’s badminton and was the Indians first-ever world champion of badminton. Pv Sindhu wins gold and creates history on Sunday.
In the past, she has lost a torrid 2017 game with one opponent and a long string of losses every time she falls short. Olympics, Asian Games, two World Finals, the CWG, and even the Nationals, all of them in the championships.
On Sunday 2.37 p.m., Sindhu wrapped up his final against the famous opponent Nozomi Okuhara of Japan 21-7, 21-7, on Sunday at 18.37 p.m.
The national anthem rang out and the Tricolor came up. But not before a little impromptu version of “Happy Birthday” came around St Jakobshalle in Basel. With Sindhu dedicating her title to her mom P Vijaya, herself an experienced volleyball athlete.
The stupendously talented @Pvsindhu1 makes India proud again!
Congratulations to her for winning the Gold at the BWF World Championships. The passion and dedication with which she’s pursued badminton is inspiring.
PV Sindhu’s success will inspire generations of players.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) August 25, 2019
Minutes before that, Sindhus ‘ smashing had struck and chimed like the exact rumbling of the big clocks, giving her two bronzes and two silvers as she stumped into her first gold medal.
Finally, in her third effort to underline the steel of those valuable silver. Gold at the World Championships was required. And Sindhu was placed in the pantheon of all-time great badminton.
For most podiums, this award brings her level with Chinese Zhang Ning by a female singles player (5). Highlighting her notable consistency since she first started her run in 2013. The 24-year-old has yet to lose to a Chinese player at the Worlds — she has performed 7, won 7.
Sindhu smashed numerous times in the range of 340-360 kmph for three straight days at the business end. On Sunday, after winning the title, her first fumble of the day would come to the press conference. “I’m very pleased and I’ve been waiting for this win and I’ve lastly become a national champion,” she said. Then she laughed heartily and said, “World Champion, I’m sorry World Champion.”
Sindhu also won the 2016 Rio Games Olympic silver, last year’s Gold Coast Commonwealth Games silver, Jakarta’s Asian Games silver, and the BWF World Tour Finals.