The Silver Princess “PV SINDHU” – First Indian Women to WIN a Silver in Olympics

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    PV Sindhu was full of energy and aggression when she smashed out Nozomi Okuhara. Pusarla Venkatasai Sindhu is on her way  for an Olympic gold medal India is been waiting for a gold since the time Abhinav Bindra won it 8 years back. Sindhu – the tall and polite girl–  Has two World Championship bronze medals. 

    She has been Training with coach Gopichand, for the last two months on her fitness and agility on the court. Sindhu  had that attacking game, the powerful  smashes and the power in her bang those strokes. This 2016 Olympics, she has been in a hitting zone where she has  made all her opponents look as if they are playing in a lesser pace, she has raised hopes for the country  that gold is not too far off. “One match at a time,” she’s been saying.

    She is ranked No 10 the last year. “No pressure. It’s just a great moment for me playing the Olympics finals,” Sindhu said. She has beaten all the opponents who have troubled her in her past. Today was the Final against spain’s  Marin It was a very tight and enthralling match luck was not on the side of sindhu and she lost to Marin and settled for silver.

    Never the less it was one amazing journey for her she is the first indian women to win a silver at the Olympics she has re-written history and she will be remembered for generations to come. Abhinav Bindra was only one in the gold club and now Sindhu has joined him. A big congratulations to her she has made India proud.

    I can’t remember the last time an Indian  women athlete brought the whole nation together like the way Sindhu did.

    She is Truly the silver princess.

     Interesting Facts About PV Sindhu 

    1. Their parents were Vollyball players even though she choose badminton because of Gopichand Pullela as her inspiration.
    2. First Indian women to win Silver Medal & youngest Indian.
    3. She revived PADMASRI in 2015.
    4. She ranks 11th all over the world in badminton.
    5. She reaches her coaching camp on time even though her residence is 56km away from the camp. .
    6. Under 10 Years category she won the 5th servo all indian ranking championship in double category.
    7. Under 13 years sindhu won the single title at the sub juniors, doubles titles at the Krishna Khaitan All India Tournament.
    8. Under 14 she won the gold medal at the 51st national school in india .
    9. Sindhu won bronze medal at 2009 sub-junior asian badminton championship.
    10. In 2010 she won silver medal in iran fajr international 
    badminton challenge .