Tokyo 2020: After losing to TY Tai of Chinese Taipei in the women’s singles badminton semifinals, PV Sindhu made sure she didn’t come back empty-handed from the Tokyo 2020 Olympics won bronze in women’s singles badminton.
India is not 1 player beat China’s He Bing Jiao by 21-13 and 21-15 in the bronze medal match. It was a complete straight-set victory for the Indian badminton star. This is Sindhu’s second Olympic medal. She first arrived when she lost the final of the Rio 2016 Olympics to Spain’s Carolina Marin. Sindhu had won a silver medal in 2016. So this bronze medal is like a kind of downgrade for the champion player.
In Sunday’s bronze medal match, the first match started well for Sindhu as she quickly gained the advantage over the Chinese player, but as the match progressed, He Bing Jiao managed to equalize the scores. Sindu came back strong once she hit 14 points. She won the first game with relative ease. The second game was also a bit more difficult for the Indians. She looked in total control.
PV Sindhu’s performance in the match was dominant. Sindhu would be a bit disappointed if she received the bronze medal if she failed to win at least the silver medal match.
PV Sindhu previously defeated top-ranked Akane Yamaguchi of Japan, 21-13, 22-20 in the Women’s Badminton Singles Quarter-Final at Musashino Forest Plaza Court 1 to secure a place in the Tokyo Olympics semi-finals. In progress. 2020.
Sindhu was the 2019 badminton world champion and is expected to win the gold in the absence of Carolina Marin of Pain. Nonetheless, she won her second medal at the Olympics and also won her second medal at the Tokyo Olympics in India this year.
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