PV Sindhu loses to World No 1 Carolina Marin, claims Olympic silver
NEW DELHI: PV Sindhu has won India’s second medal of the 2016 Rio Olympics, but it isn’t the one she, her coach P Gopichand and all those who tuned into the gold medal women’s singles badminton match at the Riocentro on Friday wished for. Sindhu, tenth in the global rankings, lost to Spain’s Carolina Marin, ranked No 1, 21-12, 12-21, 15-21 to settle for silver.
Still proud of her.
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Congratulations Sindhu. May her achievement inspire many Indian girls to achieve many feats in sports. She has made the country proud.
But Sindhu created shivers in Marin and as a result, it was not an easy win for world number one player.
superb fight ..she is a world class player .
Babu Rajendran Chandran
Even though Carolina Marin won the Gold,Sindhu not only won the Silver but also the hearts of millions and millions of viewers!
Happy..Happy..Happy….Thanks to proud Sindhu a proud daughter of India…
proud of this girl. 1st Silver for India since the start of Olympics
Bengaluru – 12 mins ago
It”s worth more than gold
This silver is no less than gold
She is a TRUE Winner.
Hats off to PV Sindhu…. the efforts/hard-work of a great Indian Daughter… you made US & INDIA Proud.
Thank you PV Sindu on behalf of the Entire Nation.
Proud of you Sindhu, you are my superstar.
I was so angry at our athletes few days back but now they have made me proud. Total domination by women over men in these Olympics…..Simply incredible
You may have won the silver…but you”re our Golden Girl. We are proud of you, Sindhu
Although she lost to a better technically sound player, her fighting spirit and level of commitment needs to be saluted. We all r proud of her achievement. May her endeavor inspire a million to follow her foot step. I am sure she will keep getting better with experience.
Congrats Sindhu, you played like a champion!!
Congratulations sindhu for this historic medal
She lost d match bt won everyone”s hearts