’24yrs old and a 24 karat gold’, yes this is ‘PV Sindhu’ the girl with passion and dedication. A Hyderabad girl with all her exalted excitability has given India its first world champion in badminton. The world no 5 player is now the first Indian shuttler to win a gold medal at BWF world championship. Sindhu’s incapacity to win the gold has been the major talking point. On Sunday (I.e 25th of August) in Basel, Sindhu puts an end to all the debate which is going on her incapacity to win the gold medal. The Olympic silver medalist became the world champion and finally in style. Kudos to you girl, whole nation is rejoicing at your victory.
Sidhu takes a sweet revenge from former champion Nozomi Okuhara of Japan. In 2017 world championship finals, Sindhu finished with the silver after battling for 110 minutes on the court with Okhuhara. And the match has recorded a history of longest final tournament. But finally in 2019, she never gave a chance to Okuhara to do anything close as she did in 2017. The match ended up in just 38 minutes and Sindhu won it by 21-7. Finally our ‘Bharat ki Beti’ has become the first Indian to win a gold at BWF world championship. It was Sindhu fifth world championship medal. She has also won a silver medal in Olympic Rio games 2016, another silver medal at Gold coast Commanwealth games, then a silver at Asian games in Jakarta. She is also the second women shuttler to have five medals and third who have medals in all three colors.
After winning she gave thanks to her coach Kim & Mr gopi and her supporting staff too. And after that she added this win is dedicated to my mom because today is her birthday.