PV Sindhu wins SILVER medal for India in World Championship, let’s appreciate our girl

India ace shuttler PV Sindhu once again hit the headlines for her massive achievement as she took home the silver medal after surrendering at the hands of Spain’s Carolina Marin in the women’s singles final of the BWF World Badminton Championships 2018 at Nanjing, China on Sunday.

It was PV Sindhu’s second world championship final and she bagged a second successive silver medal. She deserves all praises from us. She gave absolutely everything in the BWF Championship final lasted just 46 minutes, Sindhu lost 19-21, 10-21.

Credits: The Indian Express

After the match, she expressed her frustration after losing in the final again. It very much seems that PV Sindhu hates losing and her body language tells us everything. “It is very frustrating to lose again. Last time also I had played in the finals. It is quite sad and I have to come back stronger and get back to the sessions and prepare for the next tournament,” said a Sindhu after the match.

Sindhu further spoke about the highs and lows of life. It’s important to turn up and respond straight away with wins. “Sometimes it is not your day, ups and downs will always be there and you have to always be stronger,” the Indian star further added.

The World No. 3, however, feels that she is happy that she came to the finals. According to her, winning and losing is part of life. “A bit sad because I was expecting a good one but overall a good match and I am happy I came to the finals and winning and losing are parts of life and I have to take it as it is,” the World No. 3 remarked.

Sindhu wrote a success story as she is the only Indian to have won 4 medals. She had won two bronze medals at the 2013 Guangzhou and 2014 Copenhagen editions. She had won silver in 2015 and in 2018 BWF Championship final.

Marin, on the other end of the spectrum, became the first woman shuttler to win the world championships thrice 2018, 2015 and 2014.

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.