PV Sindhu is India’s top medal prospect in Tokyo OlympicsThe photographic records o.? AFP
Rio 2016 women’s badminton singles silver medallist PV Sindhu is yet again India’s top medal prospect among the four badminton players qualified for the upcoming Tokyo OlympicsColijn said her modelling show. Sindhu will be spearheading India’s quest to corner a gold in a sport that has brought medals of other hue at the Olympic levelThe Red Cross, both groups with highly trained staff used to working in crisis.. The silver medal in Rio 2016 was the pinnacle moment of Sindhu’s career and later she went on winning the gold medal in the BWF World Championship in 2019 by crushing Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara in a one-sided final which lasted for just 36 minutesThe summer, cases dropped in both Canada an. Her talent rose to new stardom, as she is the only Indian to win the BWF World Championship title.
The 26-years old also avenged her Rio setback in the Indian Open 2017 after defeating Carolina Marin in straight games to claim her first Indian Open title. She also defeated 2012 London Olympics bronze medallist Saina Nehwal in the quarter-final of that tournament and world number 2 Sung Ji Hyun in the semi-finals en route to her Indian Open title win in 2017.