PV Sindhu returns to India after making history, greeted with drums and drums at Delhi airport

Star shuttler PV Sindhu returns to India after winning bronze medal at the Olympic Games in Tokyo Due to the growing Indian respect for the Olympic Games, they were welcomed at the Delhi Airport with drums and drums. There were many people in attendance to greet them at the airport. Speaking to the media here, he said: ‘I am very happy. I am so grateful to everyone, including the Badminton Association, who supported and encouraged me. It was a very happy moment. ‘

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Sindhu defeated Hee Bing Xiao of China 21-13, 21-15 in the ninth day of the Tokyo Olympic Games. Sindhu easily won the first set against a Chinese player, but she had to struggle a little to win the second set. Prior to this match, Sindhu lost to Tai Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipei 18-21, 12-21. With this, his dream of winning gold was shattered. With this win, Sindhu became the first Indian woman athlete to win a medal for the country at two consecutive Olympic Games.

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Senior wrestler Sushil Kumar became the first Indian athlete to win two individual Olympic medals, winning bronze at the Beijing 2008 Games and a silver medal at the London 2012 Games. Sindhu had previously won a silver medal at the Olympic Games in Rio, Brazil, but she was only one step ahead of bringing gold. They then lost to Spain’s Carolina Marin in the final. The Indian team won only two medals at the last Olympics. In it, except for Sindhu, Sakshi Malik won bronze medal in wrestling.

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