PV Sindhu won bronze at the Tokyo Olympics
The first Indian woman to win an Olympic medal with two men. Badminton bronze medal match star PV Sindhu lost to Bing Xiao at the Tokyo Olympics.
On Sunday, she became the first Indian woman to win two separate Olympic medals. Sindhu was clinical throughout the competition. In the semi-finals, World No. 1 So Sindhu suffered a heartbreaking loss to Xu Ying.
The semifinal rounds were held on 18-21 and 12-21. Sindhu continued to fight for the medal for the country. He was able to regain his three-point advantage. In the second game against He Bing Jiao, he won 11-8 at midfield.
PV Sindhu- Profile
Pusarla Venkata Sindhu is an Indian professional badminton player. He has won many medals for India in many past tournaments, including the Olympics. He was able to win a gold medal at the 2019 World Championships.
He recently won two bronze medals for India at the Tokyo Olympics. His devotion, excellent, hard work has enabled him to conquer the glory of India.
However, she was the first Indian woman to win a silver medal at the Olympics and a gold medal at the BWF World Championships. Indus is currently ranked 7th as a shuttler Badminton in the world.
Content Details – Swati – Content Writer – World Women’s News