Tokyo Olympics 2020: PV Sindhu qualifies for women's single Round of 16 in Badminton
PV Sindhu qualifies for women's singles Round of 16 and is the hope for India to get a medal. She is the first Indian to become the World Championship and earned an Olympic silver medal in 2016.
PV Sindhu qualifies for women's singles Round of 16 by defeating Hong Kong's Cheung Ngan Yi by 21-9 21-16. The Indian badminton player has won medals in different tournaments, including the Olympics.
#IND's PV Sindhu advances to the knock-out stage after defeating #HKG's Cheung Ngan Yi 21-9, 21-16 in women's #Badminton singles. ????????#Olympics | #StrongerTogether | #UnitedByEmotion | #Tokyo2020 @Pvsindhu1 pic.twitter.com/7sJerM3P1C— #Tokyo2020 for India (@Tokyo2020hi) July 28, 2021
PV Sindhu is the hope for India to get a medal. She is the first Indian to become the World Championship and earned an Olympic silver medal in 2016. Sindhu ranked no 2 in April 2017. At the beginning of her career, she stepped into the top 20 BWF World Ranking. The badminton player represented India in the 2016 Olympics and became the first Indian badminton player to reach the finals.
PV Sindhu won a silver medal in different tournaments like the 2018 Commonwealth Games and Asian Games and two bronze medals at the Uber Cup. Looking at the past achievements, India hopes for a medal in Tokyo Olympics 2020.