PV Sindhu’s attack: A cerebral carnage which was more than just the smash

The Sindhu attack at Tokyo – a cerebral carnage – came through in three rallies, where save for the kill stroke in the end, the menace stayed hidden, lying in wait for the ambush. Shared News: August 2, 2021 9:51:01 am PV Sindhu of India in action during the match against He Bingjiao of China. […]

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PV Sindhu on her England trip, ‘retiring’ and the path ahead

PV Sindhu said ‘Denmark Open was the last straw’. (Source: File) PV Sindhu, who is now preparing for the Asian leg of the BWF tour in January next year in London, revealed the different techniques, game-play, and training sessions she’s using to help her get back on track after the long break from tournaments forced […]

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PV Sindhu, Ben Stokes complete sporting ascendancy on Super Sunday

On a Super Sunday that enthralled sports fans, PV Sindhu in Basel and Ben Stokes in Leeds worked their way, in contrasting styles, to sporting glory. The World Championships 2019 women’s singles final and penultimate day of the 3rd Ashes Test are certainly unforgettable sporting episodes. Highlight: PV Sindhu became the 1st Indian to win […]

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Singapore Open: PV Sindhu seals semifinal spot, Saina Nehwal ousted

PV Sindhu survived a scare before making the semifinals but Saina Nehwal was thoroughly outplayed in her straight-game quarterfinal loss on a mixed day for India at the Singapore Open badminton tournament PV Sindhu survived a scare before making the semifinals at the Singapore Open badminton tournament. (Source: Twitter/BAI_Media) PV Sindhu survived a scare before […]

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PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal sail into second round of Singapore Open

Indian shuttlers PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal sailed into the second round of the Singapore Open with straight-game wins over their respective rivals in the women’s singles event in Singapore on Wednesday. Shared News: Published: April 10, 2019 2:34:56 pm PV Sindhu took just 27 minutes to get the better of Indonesia’s Lyanny Alessandra Mainaky […]

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PV Sindhu breaks finals jinx, seals gold at BWF World Tour Finals

PV Sindhu won her first final to clinch the gold medal in eight attempts to wear the gold medal at the year-ending BWF World Tour Finals. PV Sindhu with the trophy and gold medal after winning the World Tour Finals. (Source: Screengrab/Hotstar) PV Sindhu had reached the final day of a tournament seven times since […]

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Twitterati congratulate PV Sindhu on becoming first Indian to win BWF World Tour Finals title

PV Sindhu ends the year on a high as she beat Nozomi Okuhara 21-19, 21-17 to become the first Indian to win the title of women’s singles BWF World Tour Finals on Sunday. PV Sindhu wins the BWF Badminton World Tour Finals title. (Source: Screenshot) After losing five finals this year, PV Sindhu ends the […]

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