- Tag results for PV_Sindhu
The two top Indian women shuttlers entered the second round of the Indonesia Open with contrasting victories against their Thai opponents.
“Sometimes I look at my matches and feel ‘Wow! I can jump so high. I do it so well,’ sIndhu spreads her infectious laugh.
The 21-year-old shuttler has been working with Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd (BPCL) since 2013 and is currently an assistant manager (sports) at its Hyderabad office.
The Centre has cleared Padma awards for MS Dhoni, PV Sindhu and badminton coach Pullela Gopichand among others.
For PV Sindhu, the year 2016 will always be etched in her memory as one of the most memorable ones.
The battle lines are drawn. Six teams will fight it out for the next fourteen days for the coveted Premier Badminton League title.
IT’S a common sight in every household — everyone glued to television sets whenever India and Pakistan face each other.
For PV Sindhu, beyond the seemingly endless cycle of felicitation functions and selfies, some things have not changed.
The Indian ace fought against time to recover from an Achilles tendons and went on to win the Australian Super Series.
The 21-year-old badminton sensation PV Sindhu became the third Indian to win the China Open singles crown.
Second seed Sindhu clinched her maiden Super Series Premier title at China Open and then reached the finals at the Hong Kong.
The 21-year-old captivated India by clinching silver at the recently concluded Rio Olympics.
One of the Smashers’ major talking points for last season was their inability to play their home matches.