Rio de Janeiro, Aug 17: India’s PV Sindhu is one win away from creating history in badminton at Rio Olympics 2016. LATEST – Sindhu in final (start time in IST) 21-year-old Sindhu has made it to the semi-finals in women’s singles. Yesterday (August 16), she stunned world number 2 Wang Yihan of China 22-20, 21-19. With her entry into the last-four phase, Sindhu has already.
Profile Here.. P. V. Sindhu Hyderabad, India DOB – 5th July 1995 Event – Badminton Singles P.V. Sindhu is another Badminton sensation in India and will be competing in her maiden Olympics at Rio 2016. Sindhu, daughter of former International Volleyball player and 1986 Asian Games bronze Medallist PV Ramana, has cracked top 10 in the World Rankings. She became the first Indian female.
PV Sindhu wrapped up a convincing win against Canada’s Michelle. She registered a victory by 19-21, 21-15, 21-17. Though, the Indian lost the first set after a hard fought battle but bounced back in the most lethal fashion she could have, totally outplaying her opponent. As it happened #PV Sindhu clinches win by 19-21, 21-15, 21-17 in the second group encounter against Michelle #Michelle.
The Andhra-based protégé of Pullela Gopichand has become the first Indian woman to reach a Badminton final at the Olympics. Here is an overview of her life, career and achievements… Pusarla Venkata Sindhu on Thursday became the first Indian woman to enter a Olympic Badminton final, after defeating 6th-ranked Nozomi Okuhara 2-0 (21-19, 21-10). Thus, assuring India of another medal. She.
It’s new-age India’s new genes that are finally pushing the country towards a medal at the 2016 Olympics. Pusarla Venkata Sindhu, regally rangy at 179 cm (5’10.5”), born to tall, athletic parents from Hyderabad, is spreading her wings — or wingspan — marching towards a medal after she beat Taiwan’s Tai Tzu Ying and Chinese Yihan Wang in successive straight-set matches. Next,.