<p style=”text-align: justify;”>P V Sindhu is a history maker for India. She is the first female to win silver medal in Olympics games from India. She won silver medal in badminton in 2016 Olympic which held in Rio de Janeiro. Hence became first Indian woman to win silver medal in Olympics.
P V Sindhu Career:
Pusarla Venkata Sindhu conceived in a Telugu family to Arjuna awardee P. V. Ramana and P. Vijaya – both previous volleyball players. In spite of the facts that her folks played proficient volleyball. Sindhu picked badminton over it since she drew motivation from the accomplishment of Pullela Gopichand, the 2001 All England Open Badminton Champion. She began playing badminton from the age of eight.
Sindhu initially took in the fundamentals of the game with the direction of Mehboob Ali at the badminton courts of Indian Railway Institute of Signal Engineering and Telecommunications in Secunderabad. Hence not long after she joined Pullela Gopichand’s badminton foundation.
In the global circuit, Sindhu was a bronze medallist at the 2009 Sub-Junior Asian court diversion Championships control in national capital. Since at the 2010 Islamic Republic of Iran Fajr International court diversion Challenge, she won the tree wreath inside the singles class. Sindhu achieved the quarterfinals of the 2010 Junior World court diversion Championships that was control in United Mexican States. Since she was a colleague in India‘s national group at the 2010 Uber Cup.
- On 7 July 2012, she won Asia Youth Under 19 Championship beating Japanese Player Nozomi Okuhara in final.
- She won Malaysian open title 2013, beating her opponent from Singapore Juan Gu.
- Since she beat Wang Shixian 21–18, 21 – 17 to become India’s first medallist in women’s singles at the World Championships.
- P V Sindhu created history by becoming the first Indian to win two back-to-back medals in the World Badminton Championships.
- Since in January 2016, Sindhu won the Malaysia Masters Grand Prix Gold women’s singles title after beating Scotland’s Kirsty Gilmour in the final.
Rio 2016 Olympic:
At the women’s singles event, Sindhu was ninth-seeded along Hungarian Laura Sárosi and Canadian Michelle Li in Group M. During the Group stage matches, she upset Laura Sárosi (2-0) and Michelle Li (2-1). Further she ousted Taipei’s Tai Tzu-Ying (2-0) in the Pre-Quarter finals to meet 2nd seeded and World No.2 Chinese Wang Yihan in the Quarter-finals, whom she defeated 2-0 games.
The win against Wang Yihan set the Semi final match with the Japanese Nozomi Okuhara, who went down 0-2, making certain Sindhu a soapbox end. Since this set stage for her final disagreement with World No. 1 and high seeded Spaniard Carolina Marín. The 83-minute match resulted in favour of the Spaniard against Indian, 2-1 games eventually Sindhu clinching trophy. Since she charted history of achieving the effort as she is youngest and 1st ladies individual to bag Olympic trophy representing Asian country.