Sindhu lost in three games 21-12, 15-21, 13-21 in 68 minutes to bow out of the championships in
Sindhu, who became the first Indian to win the world championship in August, has been recommended
Sindhu on Sunday demolished Japan's Nozomi Okuhara 21-7, 21-7 in the final of the women's singles
After losing the finals of BWF World Championship in 2017 and 2018, Sindhu was determined to make
Sindhu defeated her opponent in just 37 minutes to become the first-ever Indian to win BWF World
PV Sindhu looked awfully out of form as she surrendered without a fight to former world champion
Saina has defeated Marin five times and has lost to the Spaniard as many times in the last 10
Badminton ace PV SIndhu took to social media to open up on the historic win on Wednesday.
PV Sindhu registered a historic win against Nozomi Okuhara to win her maiden World tour title, and
India's P V Sindhu let out tears of joy and relief when she finally laid her hands on a gold medal
Korea Open: The fifth-seeded Indian squandered four match points to go down 21-15 15-21 20-22 to
Fifth seed Saina will cross swords with 2017 world champion and third seed Japanese Nozomi Okuhara
The World No. 3 Indian produced a dominant display against her World No. 6 Japanese rival as she
Okuhara will look to play that extra shot and frustrate Sindhu who has a more attacking game.