There is no doubt that they will get plenty of ‘home’ support as well. Stroll down New Street to the much-photographed shiny bronze bull and you’ll come across an inspiring troupe of Indians and friends from the subcontinent, most of them conversing in a stilted Brammy accent, but in disguise of the fact Incapable that they yearn for it. that visit
Indian shoppers have their own bundle of stories, just a means of selling their wares, to build that association. A month from now, they will probably have another story about how shuttle Queen Sindhu enthralled them all.
After winning the Singapore Open last Sunday, the leader on the world tour will look confident in a three-match match against Asian champion Wang Zi Yi of China. First, of course, comes the Team Test as India look to retain the gold they earned in 2018 at the Gold Coast, Australia.
At that time 23-year-old Sindhu did not participate in that event, but don’t we all remember the Saina vs Sindhu final, where individual pride was also at stake? As the shuttle took off, Sindhu, in red, felt sad as Nehwal, in traditional Indian color, clenched her fist in a forceful display of emotion.
History of India in Commonwealth Games
But life is a see-saw, and as the song progresses, the swirling kaleidoscope shakes us all in turn. 2016 Rio Olympics silver, 2017 and 2018 world silver, 2019 world gold, Tokyo Olympics 2020 (21) bronze – many big medals have come to her since then.
Even if you fall, you have to keep fighting. And Sindhu is still struggling, still fighting, still trying to dodge her opponents who are wielding their knives in her gameplan. No one is quite as mysterious as Tai Tzu Ying, who has been pulling Sindhu’s strings time and again, slaying the Chinese Taipei shuttler in back-to-back performances.
Malaysia wins this month (17-5 one-on-one on aggregate).
And there are other rivals, the new crop, the old one, other chapters. But it should be so. It is always important to face challenges in a sportsperson’s career. There is something admirable about this Hyderabad girl, she keeps going.
Before the Singapore Open, her first Super 500 victory was inevitable, ‘What went wrong?’ Analyzes his victory despite a disappointing defeat. Experience makes you rich but always a puzzle to solve and with the guidance of her coach, South Korean Park Tae-sang, and including trainer Srikant Verma and physiotherapist Evangeline, she is aiming to climb that extra notch.
With the World Championships ahead of the Commonwealth Games to be held this August, Sindhu’s mind may be swimming again in Tokyo. But you can only take things step by step. A break after competing in six tournaments in 10 weeks is exactly what the doctor ordered for recovery and reflection.
The Birmingham stopover can only build on the confidence and momentum that he garnered with his third and biggest win of the season. With all the bright stars missing from the Commonwealth universe, the main contenders for World No 7 will be (on paper) World No 13 Michelle Lee of Canada, former gold medalist, World No 18 Kirsty Gilmour of Scotland and World No 19 of Singapore. Yo Jia Min. Hardly any Asian Games will offer depth.
His last stay in Birmingham was not a pleasant one. At the All-England in March this year, she went down to Sayaka Takahashi of Japan in the second round. This time around, the event will take place in Solihull in the West Midlands, which is only 15km from the Birmingham centre, and it will bring more luck to him. At least, we hope…
2014 Bronze, 2018 Silver… 2022 Gold?
This should be a natural progression for India’s pride Pusarla Venkata Sindhu.