First Indian to Win World Championship Gold : PV Sindhu

By Sachin Kaushik 26-Aug-2019

PV Sindhu has become third time lucky. The world No. 5 is now first Indian shuttler to win gold at BWF World Championships. She is also the joint-most successful women's single shuttler at the world meet, having won 5 medals in just 6 appearances. 

PV Sindhu became only the 4th singles player ever to have a full set of world championship medals.
PV Sindhu's inability to win the gold medal had been a major talking point. At times, the 24-year-old had to address it at press conferences, interviews and public appearances.
On Sunday in Basel, Sindhu, it seems, wanted to put an end to all the debate surrounding her inability to win the yellow metal, debate around her temperament in big matches.
The Olympic silver medallist became the world champion and in style!
PV Sinhu scripted history by winning India's first-ever gold in World Championships. Sindhu, who lost in the finals on last two occasions, defeated Japan's Nozomi Okuhara in straight games 21-7, 21-7 in just 36 minutes. Sindhu dominated the game right from the word go. She used her height to push Okuhara back and forth throughout the match, leaving her with little or no answers.
Aria Telecom congratulates her for winning the Gold at the BWF World Championships. The passion and dedication with which she’s pursued badminton is inspiring.

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