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    Sindhu

    Pusarla Venkata Sindhu is an Indian professional badminton player. She became the first Indian woman to win an Olympic silver medal, and one of the two Indian badminton players to ever win an Olympic medal – the other being Saina Nehwal.

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    Main aim is to clinch top honours at Tokyo: Sindhu
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    Main aim is to clinch top honours at Tokyo: Sindhu

    Ace India shuttler P.V. Sindhu, who recently became the first Indian world champion, on Wednesday said all her focus now remains on clinching the top honours at next year's Tokyo Olympic Games.

    Winning gold at Tokyo Olympics main focus now, says PV Sindhu
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    Winning gold at Tokyo Olympics main focus now, says PV Sindhu

    Months after she became the first Indian to win the BWF World Championships, Ace shuttler PV Sindhu on Wednesday said that her main focus now is to win gold medal at Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

    Deepika, PV Sindhu, Kiran Mazumdar come together to grace Femina's cover
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    Deepika, PV Sindhu, Kiran Mazumdar come together to grace Femina's cover

    Embodying beauty, determination and strength, the October issue of Femina magazine brought together the 'power of three' -- actor Deepika Padukone, world champ PV Sindhu and boss lady Kiran Mazumdar Shaw for their anniversary special cover!

    Korea Open: Sindhu aims to bounce back from China Open setback
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    Korea Open: Sindhu aims to bounce back from China Open setback

    World champion P.V. Sindhu will look to bounce back from her early exit in the China Open when she takes part in the BWF World Tour title at the Korea Open Super 500 tournament starting on Tuesday.

    China Open: Sindhu, Sai Praneeth through to 2nd round
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    China Open: Sindhu, Sai Praneeth through to 2nd round

    P.V. Sindhu on Wednesday cruised to the second round of the 2019 China Open with a straight-game win over Chinese Olympic gold medallist Li Xuerui. In a match that lasted 34 minutes, Sindhu beat Li Xuerui 21-18, 21-12 to reach the second round where she will face either Thailand's Pompawee Chonchuwong or Canada's Michelle Li.

    Lots of potential but need good coaches to harness it: Gopichand
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    Lots of potential but need good coaches to harness it: Gopichand

    P.V. Sindhu sent waves around the badminton world when she waltzed her way to a maiden World Championship gold medal last month. It was a historic achievement, one that no Indian had ever managed to do before, and yet the manner in which she brushed off her opponents in the last two matches one of whom was defending champion Nozomi Okuhara made it look like the gold always belonged to her. Coach Pullela Gopichand, who was courtside when Sindhu was mauling Okuhara, believes that this win is not a one-off if India can nurture and harness the talent it currently has in the junior circuit.

    Treated world championship final like a fresh game: Sindhu
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    Treated world championship final like a fresh game: Sindhu

    Treating the 2019 World Championship final against defending champion Nozomi Okuhara as just another "fresh game" was key to her winning the title, P.V. Sindhu said on Sunday. Sindhu was beaten by Okuhara in the 2017 final in an epic encounter that lasted nearly two hours but the 2019 final turned out to be its anithesis with the Indian winning the match 21-7, 21-7 in a mere 38 minutes.

    I was happy with how Sindhu played: Kim Ji Hyun
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    I was happy with how Sindhu played: Kim Ji Hyun

    P.V. Sindhu had recently scripted history as she lifted her maiden World Championships title after outclassing Japans Nozomi Okuhara in the final and India's foreign badminton coach Kim Ji Hyun has termed the win as the 'perfect execution' of a strategy.

    Sindhu walks ramp for designer Shriya Bhupal ( Exclusive)
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    Sindhu walks ramp for designer Shriya Bhupal ( Exclusive)

    Fresh from her historic triumph at the BWF World Championships in Switzerland last Sunday, star shuttler P.V. Sindhu on Friday walked the ramp for designer Shriya Bhupals first solo show here.

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