PV Sindhu is Back in the Game
Today, on the 12th of February 2023 PV Sindhu has given the statement that her injury is now completely healed and now she is aiming for big victories in the coming days. She is now completely recovered from the injury. She had a fracture in her left foot due to which she was completely out of the tournaments.
She was not in the game for around five months. But now she is very confident that the injury is completely fine. We have seen a positive attitude today in her which is a very good thing for a player like him.
She is quite confident about his victories in the coming tournaments. She was sidelined due to the injury, after which she achieved gold at the Commonwealth Games in the singles format which took place in Birmingham held in the month of August.
She said she is completely fine now both physically and mentally. She also said injuries are a part of the game but the important part is how you face the challenges. We should come back with more, stronger intentions every time. I’m very confident about my upcoming tournaments.
She said that her parents were athletes too in the past, they both gave her a lot of strength, motivation, and support in every condition and guided her through every situation. They help her to just keep going in her difficult and low moments whether it is life or a game. She has a new hope now, to be in the game as she was earlier.
She will be appearing in the Asia Mixed Team Championships of badminton which will be held in Dubai next Tuesday. She will be playing with Lakshya Sen and HS Prannoy and PV Sindhu will be the superhead of the challenge for her nation India.
PV Sindhu, a professional badminton player from India. She was born on 5th July in 1995. She has been recognized from the list of the most dynamic and successful players coming from India. She started her career from the year 2011 and still represents India at many national and international platforms.
She is a gold achiever at the Commonwealth Youth Games which was held in Douglas in the year 2011 in the singles. In 2016, she also won gold and silver at the South Asian Games which was held in Shillong one in the women’s team and another one in singles respectively. She won two bronze at the Asian Championships in 2014 and 2022 which took place in Gimcheon and Manila respectively both in women’s singles.
She also achieved gold at the World Championships in 2019 which was held in Basel in the singles format of women’s badminton. She won single silver and one bronze at the Olympic Games in the year 2016 and 2020 which took place in Rio de Janeiro and Tokyo respectively. At the age of 17, she is a position holder in the top twenty in BWF World Rankings.