PV Sindhu Wins Silver Medal In World Badminton Championship 2017

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PV Sindhu Wins Silver Medal: Once again Indian Badminton player PV Sindhu bagged a Silver medal in the World Badminton Championship 2017. Of Course, after the extraordinary game at Rio Olympics, once again she proved herself, PV Sindhu Wins Silver Medal with the mind-blowing performance at the Glasgow, Scotland.

PV Sindhu Wins Silver Medal In World Badminton Championship 2017

However, after entering to the Finals India has so many hopes on the Sindhu. Finally, she bagged Silver medal over the toughest fight with the Japan player Nozomi Okuhara. One more interesting news is Okuhara is the first Japanese player to win the Gold in the Singles Badminton Champion.

PV Sindhu Wins Silver Medal

Moreover, which is the toughest fight between Okuhara and Sindhu with a score of 19-21, 22-20, 20-22. Almost around 2 hours the fight happen for Gold. Finally, Nozomi bagged Gold medal with a higher of 2 points in the total three rounds. In the first round Sindhu win 19 points while the Okuhara wins 21 points in the first round with a leading of 2 points by the Japanese player.

Similarly, for the second round, Sindhu bagged 22 points and Japanese player wins 20 points. However, overall first and second rounds both have scored equal points. Of Course, the third round is the toughest fight between the Japan and India players. Finally, with the 20-22  Sindhu lost the title and PV Sindhu Wins Silver Medal. However, all Indians started praising Sindhu for the Silver title.

Sindhu is the second Indian who wins Silver in the World Badminton Championships 2017, after the Saina. Also, the winner Okuhara thanked her fans for the extreme support. Every Indian praising Sindhu for her tough of war fight in the finals at the Scotland. Of Course, which is the pride moment for all Indians. All the Indians started tweeting about the victory of Sindhu, like no matter which type of medal it is you are a Golden girl of India. Finally, Sindhu wins a Silver medal at the World Badminton Championship 2017.

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