5 Facts You Didn’t About PV Sindhu
PV Sindhu, this 21-year-old girl from Andhra Pradesh is on a high. She has become the first Indian woman to reach the Women’s finals at the Olympics. And again, she is the first woman to win a silver medal while all the other Indian women medalists had won the Bronze. Now, this is one of the most spectacular moments for any Indian, the moment when this young girl made it to the finals by winning the first set of the match. Sindhu has made India proud by winning a Silver medal and today when she faces Carolina Marin, the world champion in badminton from Spain, all eye are set in this match. The competition will be held today at 6:55 PM.
Here are five unknown facts about this ferocious badminton player:
PV Sindhu started off her career at a very young age of eight after drawing inspiration from Pullela Gopichand after he won the All England Open Badminton Championship in 2001.
After that, there was no turning back for this girl, and she started winning games. She is India’s first medalist in women’s singles at the Badminton World Championships.
In 2013, she won her maiden Grand Prix Gold Title.
Sindhu has faced Carolina Marin, her current opponent at the Rio Olympic 2016 finals seven times before and she has won three games. It proves that this Indian champion has the mettle to give a tough competition to Marin at the finals today (19th August 2016).
Know about her dedication – this girl starts her practice every day at 4:15 AM, working out with her coach for the past three years and we hope that her passion and dedication towards the game will help her reap the success at the finals today.5 Facts You Didn't Know About PV Sindhu by Gayathry