India Today Conclave 2018: The 3 decisions that changed PV Sindhu’s career

India Today Conclave 2018: The 3 decisions that changed PV Sindhu’s career

Sindhu said overall the world championship final has been very satisfying for the Indians. An “upset” P V Sindhu rued that a historic gold medal at the World BadmintonChampionships slipped through her hands in the dying moments of the thrilling final against Nozomi Okuhara of Japan. Sindhu and Okuhara fought tooth and nail in the gripping summit clash, described by many as the best women’s singles final in recent times. The Japanese won 21-19 20-22 22-20. “I am upset. In the third game, it was anybody’s game at 20-all. Everybody aims…

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PV Sindhu jumps to career-best No. 5 in BWF rankings, Saina Nehwal stays put at No. 9

PV Sindhu jumps to career-best No. 5 in BWF rankings, Saina Nehwal stays put at No. 9

Mumbai: Ace shuttler PV Sindhu attained her career best BWF women’s singles ranking, jumping to the fifth spot, on Wednesday. Sindhu, who was previously on the sixth spot, surged ahead of Akane Yamaguchi of Japan, to attain her career best ranking. Saina Nehwal, who stayed put at No. 9, is the second Indian in the top 10 spots of the BWF rankings, which is headed by Tai Tzu Ying of the Chinese Taipei. BWF women’s singles rankings. (Photo: Screengrab) BWF women’s singles rankings. (Photo: Screengrab) Meanwhile, Spain’s Carolina Marin remains…

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