PV Sindhu has withdraw from the Uber Cup to focus on the upcoming Paris Olympics.

Sindhu Withdraws from Uber Cup for Paris Olympics preparation PV Sindhu, a double Olympic medallist, along with the two top women’s doubles pairs, has chosen to withdraw from the Uber Cup. However, a formidable men’s team is gearing up for the Thomas Cup defense, set to kick off in Chengdu on April 27. Sindhu, who […]

PV Sindhu Advances to Quarterfinals at Madrid Spain Masters

PV Sindhu advances to the Madrid Spain Masters quarterfinals PV Sindhu showed her skills at the Madrid Spain Masters, winning a spot in the quarterfinals with a strong victory over Huang Yu-Hsun from Chinese Taipei. The match was quick, with Sindhu winning 21-14, 21-12 in just 36 minutes. During the game, Sindhu played smartly and […]

PV Sindhu Gets Training Boost for Paris Olympics with Prakash Padukone’s Help

PV Sindhu, a top badminton player from India, is planning to train in Bangalore at Prakash Padukone’s academy as she prepares for the Paris Olympics. She’s going to have her whole support team there, including her physio and trainer. Sindhu’s focus will be on improving her shot selection, adding variety to her game, and making […]

PV Sindhu vs Nozomi Okuhara: An Exemplary Rivalry in Women’s Badminton

PV Sindhu and Nozomi Okuhara have always produced cliffhangers in their recent matches, and their close head to head record underlines their competitiveness. While they both give each other tough competition, they are contrasting figures having different styles of play.  Sindhu is almost a foot taller than Okuhara. While Sindhu has built her game with […]

BWF named PV Sindhu as an ambassador for ‘i am badminton’ awareness campaign

PV Sindhu was unveiled as one of the ambassadors for Badminton World Federation’s ‘i am badminton’ awareness campaign on April 22, 2020. The BWF’s integrity unit was formed five years ago. This campaign is a platform in which players can express their love and respect for badminton by advocating and committing to clean and honest play. We are proud […]

PV Sindhu: Throwback to her top 5 performances

The 2019 season has been a rollercoaster ride for India’s star shuttler, PV Sindhu. Since the historic World Championship gold, she has been on a downward run with her best performance in reaching the finals of Indonesia Open. However, the World no. 6 has given the country several historic wins which should not be forgotten […]

All England Open 2020: Sindhu through the quarters, Lakshya Sen, Ashwini-Sikki bow out

The sixth-seeded and 2016 Olympic silver medallist, PV Sindhu remained the sole Indian in standing after the second round, at the Birmingham Arena after Lakshya Sen and Women’s doubles pair of Ashwini Ponnappa and Sikki Reddy exited the tournament on Thursday.   Sindhu sailed to the quarterfinals of 2020 All England Open with a straightforward […]

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