Indian shuttler “P.V. Sindhu” has beaten Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara to make a smashing and historic entry into the badminton finals of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio Olympics on Thursday. She becomes the first Indian to enter the Olympics final spot in Badminton.
On Friday, she will meet Spain’s Carolina Marin for the title clash at 7:30 pm Indian standard time. Carolina Marin is currently the world number 1 in the badminton.
With her impressive feat, Sindhu now has a shot at gold, but has assured a medal-starved India of at least a silver.”My target is gold, promise to play my heart out,” Sindhu told after the match.
Wrestler Sakshi Malik’s Bronze is India’s only medal so far in what has been a disappointing Olympics campaign for the nation.
Let’s her wish to win the gold medal and create history.