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Day 11 of the Commonwealth Games 2022: PV Sindhu wins the coveted gold

At the Commonwealth Games 2022, PV Sindhu won the women’s singles gold medal with a commanding performance on Monday. With a score of 21-15, 21-13, Sindhu upset former CWG gold medalist Michelle Li. This was her first gold medal and third from the CWG.

Sindhu taped her left ankle before the match even began. The Indian star got off to a fast start in the opening game, but Li came back to even the score at 4-4.

For the most part, the match was equally matched, but Sindhu took an 11-8 lead into the first game’s halftime break.

Sindhu’s medals collection

Day 11 of the Commonwealth Games 2022: PV Sindhu wins the coveted gold

Also read: Table tennis Mixed Doubles Gold Winners in CWG 2022: Achanta Sharath Kamal and Sreeja Akula

Silver (Rio), Bronze (Tokyo)
 
Gold at the World Championships (Glasgow 2019)
 
Games in Asia: (Silver in 2018)
 
National Championships (Gold in 2022, Silver in 2018, Bronze in 2014)
 
Final World Tour stop (Gold in 2018)
 
However, the Canadian star staged a comeback to reduce the lead to three with the score at 17–14. But in the opening game, Sindhu defeated Li with a score of 21–15 because she was simply too strong for him.
 
In the second game, Sindhu continued to play at a high level and quickly built a 9-3 lead.

Following the restart, the Canadian ace came back heroically to reduce the deficit to just three strokes after an unbelievable 57-stroke rally between the two.

However, Sindhu stopped the rally and increased the size of her lead to seal the victory.

Li’s numerous unforced

Li’s numerous unforced blunders in the game caught up with her as Sindhu claimed the lead with a score of 20-13 and seven championship points.

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It didn’t take Sindhu long to close things up, win the match, and take the gold medal home.

Pusarla Venkata Sindhu is an Indian sportswoman and a bright example for athletes in the 21st century. In the previous ten years, the shuttler has become the best in the world, winning dozens of championships all over the world.

PV Sindhu added another piece of metal

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PV Sindhu added another piece of metal to her gleaming cabinet after becoming the first Indian woman to win a silver medal at the Olympics and a gold medal at the BWF World Championships.

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She also made history by becoming the first Indian athlete to win two Olympic medals when she won a bronze at Tokyo 2020, her second consecutive Olympic medal.

At the Commonwealth Games 2022, PV Sindhu won the women’s singles gold medal with a commanding performance on Monday. With a score of 21-15, 21-13, Sindhu upset former CWG gold medalist Michelle Li. This was her first gold medal and third from the CWG.

Sindhu taped her left ankle before the match even began. The Indian star got off to a fast start in the opening game, but Li came back to even the score at 4-4.

For the most part, the match was equally matched, but Sindhu took an 11-8 lead into the first game’s halftime break.

Sindhu’s medals collection

Day 11 of the Commonwealth Games 2022: PV Sindhu wins the coveted gold

Also read: Table tennis Mixed Doubles Gold Winners in CWG 2022: Achanta Sharath Kamal and Sreeja Akula

Silver (Rio), Bronze (Tokyo)
 
Gold at the World Championships (Glasgow 2019)
 
Games in Asia: (Silver in 2018)
 
National Championships (Gold in 2022, Silver in 2018, Bronze in 2014)
 
Final World Tour stop (Gold in 2018)
 
However, the Canadian star staged a comeback to reduce the lead to three with the score at 17–14. But in the opening game, Sindhu defeated Li with a score of 21–15 because she was simply too strong for him.
 
In the second game, Sindhu continued to play at a high level and quickly built a 9-3 lead.

Following the restart, the Canadian ace came back heroically to reduce the deficit to just three strokes after an unbelievable 57-stroke rally between the two.

However, Sindhu stopped the rally and increased the size of her lead to seal the victory.

Li’s numerous unforced

Li’s numerous unforced blunders in the game caught up with her as Sindhu claimed the lead with a score of 20-13 and seven championship points.

It didn’t take Sindhu long to close things up, win the match, and take the gold medal home.

Pusarla Venkata Sindhu is an Indian sportswoman and a bright example for athletes in the 21st century. In the previous ten years, the shuttler has become the best in the world, winning dozens of championships all over the world.

PV Sindhu added another piece of metal

PV Sindhu added another piece of metal to her gleaming cabinet after becoming the first Indian woman to win a silver medal at the Olympics and a gold medal at the BWF World Championships.

She also made history by becoming the first Indian athlete to win two Olympic medals when she won a bronze at Tokyo 2020, her second consecutive Olympic medal.

At the Commonwealth Games 2022, PV Sindhu won the women’s singles gold medal with a commanding performance on Monday. With a score of 21-15, 21-13, Sindhu upset former CWG gold medalist Michelle Li. This was her first gold medal and third from the CWG.

Sindhu taped her left ankle before the match even began. The Indian star got off to a fast start in the opening game, but Li came back to even the score at 4-4.

For the most part, the match was equally matched, but Sindhu took an 11-8 lead into the first game’s halftime break.

Sindhu’s medals collection

Day 11 of the Commonwealth Games 2022: PV Sindhu wins the coveted gold

Also read: Table tennis Mixed Doubles Gold Winners in CWG 2022: Achanta Sharath Kamal and Sreeja Akula

Silver (Rio), Bronze (Tokyo)
 
Gold at the World Championships (Glasgow 2019)
 
Games in Asia: (Silver in 2018)
 
National Championships (Gold in 2022, Silver in 2018, Bronze in 2014)
 
Final World Tour stop (Gold in 2018)
 
However, the Canadian star staged a comeback to reduce the lead to three with the score at 17–14. But in the opening game, Sindhu defeated Li with a score of 21–15 because she was simply too strong for him.
 
In the second game, Sindhu continued to play at a high level and quickly built a 9-3 lead.

Following the restart, the Canadian ace came back heroically to reduce the deficit to just three strokes after an unbelievable 57-stroke rally between the two.

However, Sindhu stopped the rally and increased the size of her lead to seal the victory.

Li’s numerous unforced

Li’s numerous unforced blunders in the game caught up with her as Sindhu claimed the lead with a score of 20-13 and seven championship points.

It didn’t take Sindhu long to close things up, win the match, and take the gold medal home.

Pusarla Venkata Sindhu is an Indian sportswoman and a bright example for athletes in the 21st century. In the previous ten years, the shuttler has become the best in the world, winning dozens of championships all over the world.

PV Sindhu added another piece of metal

PV Sindhu added another piece of metal to her gleaming cabinet after becoming the first Indian woman to win a silver medal at the Olympics and a gold medal at the BWF World Championships.

She also made history by becoming the first Indian athlete to win two Olympic medals when she won a bronze at Tokyo 2020, her second consecutive Olympic medal.

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