India’s women’s star badminton player PV Sindhu won the medal by defeating He Bingjiao of China in the bronze medal match. PV Sindhu won the second medal for India at the Tokyo Olympics 2020. Rio Olympics silver medalist Weeley PV Sindhu had lost to Chinese Taipei Tai Tzu Ying in the semi-final match and missed out on reaching the final, but she won the bronze medal match for India. Head held high with pride. She became the second medal winner for India at the Tokyo Olympics after weightlifter Mirabai Chanu.
This is PV Sindhu’s second medal in Olympics. She became the only female player to win two medals in badminton for India and created history. Not only this, she has also become the first Indian female athlete to win two medals in any sport for India. In the bronze medal match, PV Sindhu defeated opponent Bingjayao 21-13 in the first game.
After this, Sindhu also won the second game 21-15 after some struggle. Sindhu’s journey in the Tokyo Olympics was spectacular. He had maintained the winning streak from the beginning. Although the only defeat was in the semi-finals, he made a comeback and won a medal for the country.
In this match, PV Sindhu completely dominated her opponent China’s Bingjiao. Although he made some mistakes due to which he had to eat points, but in the end he won. In the first game too, the score was level at 6-6, while in the second game, once the score was level and everyone’s breath was stopped, but then Sindhu returned and won in a bang style. Did it
PV Sindhu’s journey to bronze medal in Tokyo Olympics
– First match (group stage): 2-0 win against Polikarpova Ksenia (Israel)
– Match 2 (Group Stage): 2-0 win against Cheung Ngan Yi (Hong Kong)
– Match 3 (Round-16): 2-0 win against Mia Blichfield (Denmark)
– Fourth match (quarterfinal): 2-0 win against Akane Yamaguji (Japan)
– Fifth match (semifinal): lost to Tai Tzu Ying (Chinese Taipei) 0-2
– Match 6 (Bronze Medal): 2-0 win against Bingjiao (China)