Historic Win By PV Sindhu As She Becomes The First Indian To Win Gold In ‘BWF World Championship’

PV Sindhu creates history by defeating Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara in World Badminton Championship. She claimed the gold and becomes India’s First Badminton player to achieve it.

PV Sindhu
Via: DNA India

Sindhu defeated Nozomi by 21-7, 21-7 and created a history to be remembered a cherished.

 

PV Sindhu
Via: Fox Sports Asia

The 24-year old dedicated her victory and medal to her mother as it was her birthday. She said-

I dedicate this medal to my mother. It’s her birthday today.

She also thanked and dedicated her medal to her coach Pullela Gopichand and her support staff.

In Hyderabad, her family celebrated her winning.


Kiren Rijiju, Minister of State of the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, also congratulated her by tweeting:


The match was one-sided and lasted 38 minutes.

Twitter Was Flooded With Congratulatory Tweets:

India is proud of her.

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