Sindhu Won World Tour Finals Title
In Badminton, Sindhu Won World Tour Finals Title, This was one of the biggest tournaments of the seven major tournaments. It was defeated in all and won the title this year. That’s why this Telugu Girl PV Sindhu played in the prestigious World Tour finals. The Indian shuttler, who overcame top players such as Yamaguchi, Tai Ying, Bevan Zhang, and Rachhaanuk, has been scoring long-time opponent Okuhara in the final. This year’s first trophy was proudly won by sindhu & successfully exited from this season. It also created history as the first Indian shuttler to win the World Tour Finals title.
Sindhu Won World Tour Finals Title
Guangzhou: World Tour Finals at the end of the year is another height if one of the world’s tournaments at Badminton is over. Every Shuttler’s dream is to win the title of the world’s best eight sportsmen competion. Indian star badminton player PV Sindhu is the one who has done such a rare title. In the final in Sunday’s play, World’s Sixth Rank Holder Sindhu defeated the world champion Nizami Okukara (Japan) 21-19, 21-17. Last year, Sindhu finished with a silver medal, But for this time She came out with her full efforts as the first Indian shuttler to win this gold medal. Overall, this is the 14th title for Sindhu, It is the first title that she achieved this year. The World Championship, Asian Games, Commonwealth Games, Thailand and Indian Open earlier this year ended up with the silver medal at last year’s World Superseries Finals and Hong Kong Open. Soon afterwards, Sindhu was put on the gold in the gold medal for criticizing the finals. That’s why the match point has been shouting in the knees and how much she was embarrassed.
Sindhu Won World Tour Finals Title Made India Proud
Olympic silver medalist Sindhu kicked off in an hour and two minutes and overcame the thrill and excitement at the hands of rival Okuahara. Early in the game, Sindhu took the lead after a Japanese girl made two errors. Chucked at the net, rallying with 7-3 with drop shots. But shortly after the Japanese shuttler 5-7. But the long-paced rhythm of the Sindhu went to break 11-6. Even though the more aggressive Sindhu went through the 14-6, Oukurah scored 4 points in a row, reducing the lead and leveling the 16-16 score. But after Nizimi beat the next shots out of court, Sindhu came in the lead with a 19-17 lead and then pushed the third game into a spectacular dropout and made her debut in the first game. In the second game, Sindhu took the longest rallies in the 6-4 series. Japan’s Shuttler scored a score of 7-7, After that Sindhu suddenly hit the longest rallies. But gradually increased the lead with 19-16 to finish off the match.
No one is questioning
Each question is asked repeatedly to the question of losing it. Now that you have a golden moment, you can no longer see that question. Very happy. There is no word to describe this victory. This was the first title to win in many finals. That is why this victory is very special. The year ends wonderfully.
– PV Sindhu
The first Indian Shuttler Sindhu won the World Tour Finals title. In the past, Saina (2011) was the runner-up in the final of Gutta Jwala-Dze Jodi (2009) in mixed doubles.
Before the WTF Tournament, Sindhu was runner-up in seven major events.
The next goal is ‘All England’
This is a very Happy Moment, As Sindhu won the World Tour Final in this Biggest Tournament,
World Tour Finals is happiest moments of Sindhu. In this tournament, Yamaguchi, Tai Xu, Racchanok and Okuahara defeated the stars. The main goal of the year is to win the All England Championship next year. No one was successful in All England after winning the Prakash (1980) Sir, I (2001). The belief is that the deficit will be completed next year.
– Pullela Gopichand
This is a good hit for Indian badminton. Excellent finish of the season. You want to achieve more successes next year. – President R. Ramnath Kovind
Congratulations to the Sindhu. Your efforts to win the game from the start of the tournament is a welcome experience. – Vice-President Venkiah Naidu
Your success is proud to our country and the two Telugu States . – Governor Narasimhan
I Congratulate Sindhu with more victories and success in the future also. – CM KCR
Finally, An ace badminton women player from Hyderabad & India, PV Sindhu, Previously to be Know as the Silver Girl in badmintion has removed that tag now & made a history by winning Gold in the final Sindhu Won World Tour Finals Title.