Indian shuttler PV Sindhu ruled out from World Championship amid stress fracture. After performing in the Commonwealth Games 2022, and bagging Gold Medal for India, Sindhu gave an update regarding the injury in her foot and confirmed her non-participation in the World Championship. "The pain was unbearable during and post the finals," said PV Sindhu in an Instagram post. Furthermore, the championship is to begin August 21 to August 28.
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India's PV Sindhu added a Commonwealth Singles gold medal to her collection on August 8 with a victory against Canada's Michelle Li in the final. The Indian world number seven defeated her 13th-ranked opponent. "I had been waiting for this gold for a long time and finally I have got it. I am super happy. Thanks to the crowd, they made… read-more
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PV Sindhu Wins Singapore Open Super 500 Trophy After Defeating China's Wang Zhi Yi In Women's Singles Final
The two-time Olympic medalist PV Sindhu won the Singapore Open Super 500 trophy on July 17 after defeating Wang Zhi Yi of China in a riveting women's singles final. At the Commonwealth Games, which begin on July 28 in Birmingham, Sindhu will lead the Indian charge. This was her third championship of the season, following victories in the Syed Modi International and the Swiss Open.
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PV Sindhu was eliminated from the Malaysia Masters Super 500 tournament on July 8 after losing to Tai Tzu Ying in the quarterfinals. Seventh seed Sindhu fell short against the world no. 2 a week after getting outwitted by Chinese Taipei at the Malaysia Open. Sindhu suffered her 17th career defeat against the Tokyo Olympics silver medalist, who had beaten the Indian in all seven previous matches.
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PV Sindhu was eliminated in the quarterfinals of the Malaysia Open Super 750 on July 1 after losing to Tai Tzu Ying. Sindhu entered the contest after defeating Thailand's Phittayaporn Chaiwan in a thrilling comeback in the previous game. As Tzu Ying presently maintains a 16-5 head-to-head advantage over the Indian star, this was Sindhu's sixth consecutive loss against the former World No. 1.
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Two champions of Indian Wonmen's Badminton, PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal participated in the Malaysia Open Super 750 tournament, on June 29. While Saina lost, Sindhu progressed to the second round with a fine performance, score at 21-13, 21-17. Whereas, Saina went down fighting against American Iris Wang, ranked 33rd in the world, 11-21, 17-21 in 37 minutes game. Now, Sindhu will face Phittayaporn Chaiwan, a 21-year-old from Thailand.
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Japanese shuttler Akane Yamaguchi defeated India's PV Sindhu by 13-21, 21-19, 16-21 in a one hour and six minute match of the Badminton Asia Championship 2022. With this, India secured another Bronze medal at the continental event. Sindhu dominated the early exchanges, but in the second game and the third game, Yamaguchi took a lead. Furthermore, Indian shuttler Sindhu's first Asian Championships medal was in 2014 against Wang Shixian (China… read-more
Indian Badminton Star PV Sindhu was defeated by South Korea's An Se-Young in the BWF World Tour finals on December 5. An Se-Young scored 21-16 against Sindhu's 21-12 in the final round of the match, which lasted 39 minutes. The BWF Finals Tour 2021 started on December 1 and concluded on December 5, with the victory of South Korea. The event was held in Bali Convention Centre, Indonesia.
PV Sindhu, the two-time Olympic medal winner, caught the attention of people by grooving to a viral song ''Love Nwantiti'' in a short clip on Instagram. The 26-year-old can be seen dancing in a mind green lehenga. The clip received over 4 lakh likes and over 2600 comments so far. Notably, she received the Padma Bhushan from President Ram Nath… read-more
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A sum of Rs 30 lakh will be awarded to Tokyo Olympic bronze medallist Indian shuttler PV Sindhu by the CM of Andhra Pradesh Jagan Mohan Reddy. According to the State Sports Policy, a bronze medallist is authorised to get Rs 30 lakhs in reward. The Andhra government has also permitted 2 acres of land for setting up Badminton Academy in Visakhapatnam.
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