PV Sindhu Match 1 August: Indian women’s badminton player PV Sindhu lost in the semi-final match of the Tokyo Olympics on Friday. With this, his dream of winning a gold medal in the Olympics was shattered. Sindhu gave a tough fight to the Chinese player in the semi-finals, but she could not win. However, Sindhu has a chance to win the bronze medal on Sunday. She would like to complete her journey with a medal.
Sindhu’s father said this
PV Sindhu’s father PV Ramanna on Saturday said his daughter had to forget the painful semi-final loss to world number one Tai Tzu Ying for her bronze medal match against China’s He Bing Xiao in Tokyo Olympics women’s singles on Sunday. For that you have to start afresh.
Defending world champion Sindhu’s dream of winning a gold medal was shattered by a semi-final loss, but she has a chance to win a bronze medal for which she will face Bing Xiao on Sunday. Ramanna, who was a member of India’s 1986 Asian Games bronze medal-winning volleyball team, said, “Tomorrow we have to be more alert and he will have to do his best to win a medal for the country.”
He said, “He will have to forget the defeat although it is painful for any player to play for the third and fourth places. She should take Sunday’s match as a new match. Sindhu had won a silver medal at the Rio Olympics five years ago. This time Sindhu was expected to do better than Rio’s performance, but it did not happen. On Saturday, Indian boxers also could not win their matches.