PV Sindhu Makes india proud at TOKYO Olympics once again

PV Sindhu the pride of India has bought home back two Olympic medals.

She has defeated China’s He Bing Jiao in consecutive tournaments to earn her additional successive Olympic medal. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has congratulated them by calling her India’s pride and also tweeted her picture.

The Prime Minister of the country is very proud of her and why wouldn’t he. It is the proudest moment for everyone in the country, everyone is celebrating this enormous win to India’s daughter. She is spectacular in every way, and have been making us proud for year

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Her Journey in Olympics

PC Sindhu has made us all proud by winning the w silver medals and became the first Indian to win the 2 consecutive medals for the first in the Tokyo Olympics,

On Sunday,  PV Sindhu has created history to become the first-ever woman to win two titles after securing a bronze medal after winning the straight game against Bing jiao who is the number 9 player in the world, amazing, isn’t it?

As we know more about Bing Jiao she has secured her placed in the women’s singles third-place play-off from China.

Sindhu is the only player who happens to have secured medals from one of the most renowned tournaments including the world best known as Commonwealth Games, Asian Games, and BWF World Tour Finals

Well, no doubt Sindhu is incredibly the best and have the best sportsman spirit and loaded India with medals from the last 5 years

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Sindhu didn’t look back against Bing Jiao of China who has distressed her in history by assaulting her backhand arm. Presently ranked nation No. 9, two places below Sindhu, Bing Jiao appreciates a decent 9-6 lead in the head-to-head clashes

To know more about Bing Jiao she has also won the four tournaments in a line before the 26-year-old PV Sindhu has changed the game with an amazing winning score of 21-19, 21-19 win at the 2019 BWF World Tour Finals.

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