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PV Sindhu created history by defeating Okuhara in just 38 minutes
PV Sindhu created history by defeating Okuhara in just 38 minutes

This year, the stars of Indian badminton star PV Sindhu are on the rise. Sindhu did what no Indian was able to do to date. This year, in the world badminton, Sindhu has made her world champion by waving India's glory.

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Star shuttler PV Sindhu has made this year memorable by fulfilling the expectations of Indians. Ended 42 years of India's drought. For India, she became the first Indian to win the World Championship title. Sindhu had earlier won four medals in this championship, but her color was never gold. Sindhu, who won two silver and two bronze medals, finally achieved the gold medal this year.

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This month of the year, 25 August 2019, was a historic day for Indian batminton. In the final of the World Badminton Championship on Sunday, the Indian star has won 21–7 and 21–7 unilateral wins against Japanese player Nozomi Okuhara. In just 38 minutes, Sindhu created the history of Indian badminton.

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Indian star badminton player PV Sindhu won the gold medal in Basel, Switzerland, Sindhu ended the tournament's drought of 42 years. This was the fifth time Sindhu won a medal in this tournament. He won a bronze medal in the years 2013 and 2014, while the player won a silver medal in 2017 and 2018. In 2018, Sindhu ended the silver medal drought by losing to Spain's Carolina Marine and Japan's Nozomi Okuhara in 2017 in the final.

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