She has come a long way — from a 16-year-old watching Saina Nehwal win the 2012 London Olympics bronze to being India's lone badminton medal hope in the 2016 Games.
10th Global Rank, Indian, faught till end and lost to World No 1 Spanish Carlina Marilona with21-19, 12-21, 15-21 a tough match in which Carolina was forced to earn each point aginst tough fight.
Till the last point the match was alive.
Sindhu defeated World No:5 and world No 2 wang yihan of China.on her way to reach final.
Her jouney to finals denotes her eligibility to stand beside Gold Medalist World No 1 as she defeated World No 5 and world No: 2 to reach finals.
Her victory made India forget the exit of Saina Nehawal from olympics as saina was nursing Knee injury effecting her performance.The injury happened during pre olympic training and got aggravated during olympics restricting her leg movement in the olympics.
PV Sindhu lightened up spirits of 125 crore Indians by winning Silver Medal for India in Rio Olympics 2016.
We should also thank Coach Pullela Gopichand, her Parents P. Vijaya and P. Venkata Ramana, family for nurturing and presenting such a star, PV SINDHU , for India.