p v sindhu becomes 1st indian to win the bwf world championships, congratulations

p v sindhu becomes 1st indian to win the bwf world championships, congratulations
P.V. Sindhu is an extraordinary person, when it comes to badminton. P.V Sindhu became the first Indian to win Badminton World Championships gold after beating Nozomi Okuhara of Japan. She was seeded fifth and she has won against Taiwan’s Pai Yu-po, America’s Zhang Beiwen, Taiwan’s Tai Tzu-ying and China’s Chen Yufei!
P.V. Sindhu became created a new mark in the field of badminton after winning a silver medal in Rio Olympics. Sindhu is filled with Patriotism!! Loyalty!! Courage!! Culture!! &Hard Work!!
However, her 2019 wasn’t going too well. She had lost at the quarterfinals of Indonesia Masters, the finals of the Indian National Badminton Championship, the prestigious All England Badminton Championships, the India Open, the Malaysian Open, Indonesia Open, and Japan Open. Then she took a break from the Thailand Open to prepare for the BWF World Championships, and look at the great result!
Everyone can learn something from another person’s story. So, let’s see what we can learn from the story of this amazing badminton player.
1. Sacrifice is the first step of success-
Sindhu has not used her phone from last 3 months. She has also given up things like ice-cream and sweets on the instructions given to her by her coach Pullela Gopichand. Could do something like that? No matter what you want to achieve in your life small or big, you will always have to give something up. The amount depends on your goal and determination.
2. Commitment and hard work will always pay off-
P.V. Sindhu used to go 56km every day to reach her academy. She used to practice for almost 6-7 hours a day and 6 days in a week. This is the real meaning of hard work. Commitment and hard work will never leave you empty handed. They will surely pay you off. But you need to be patient, wait for the right time, and remember to not quit.
3. No opponent is too big to defeat-
P.V. Sindhu had played against the players with the world ranking of 1 and 2. She defeated World’s number 2 in semi-finals. So, this is proof that no matter what qualities or Strengths your opponent has, you just need to have faith in your own abilities, strengths and qualities and have patience to get through.
4. Break customary, if needed-
Sindhu is the daughter of two great players of volleyball, still, she selected Badminton. Usually children are expected to choose what their parents or siblings choose and go for. But, Sindhu started playing Badminton from the age of 8! Now, because she pursued her dream, she became the first Indian to win a gold medal in this sport! From this we learn, you should peruse your dreams no matter what the other person say!


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