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PV Sindhu: Rio Olympics Was My Biggest Life Lesson


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The Indian badminton star P.V. Sindhu, the story of whose performance will find its way to the silver screen with her biopic, says Sindhu, the 2016 Rio Olympics was her biggest life lesson, following with which she explored her capabilities and further with the help of her coach Pullela Gopichand.

PV Sindhu: Rio Olympics Was My Biggest Life Lesson

She said, “It was my first time at the Olympics and I am really had no idea what the atmosphere would be like. I did not really know how it was going to be and what it will be, but my coach Mr. Pullela Gopichand has always believed in me and told me that ‘You can do that’.

“The kind of hard work he put in and the sacrifices he made pushed me to work harder. That made me really think ‘I can do anything’ and that is the one of my life lessons that I learnt,” Sindhu told in an interview.

Sindhu Made India Proud

The Sindhu made India really proud at the Rio Olympics, where she thrashed Japan’s player Nozomi Okuhara in the women’s singles badminton in the semi-final, and she becoming the first Indian woman to win a silver medal at the quadrennial event.

That was also an India’s first silver in the badminton event at the Olympics. The Saina Nehwal had won the bronze at the year of 2012 in the London Olympics.

The Sindhu, at the age of 22, says that her coach urged her to believe in herself and that has helped her to play the game well.

Just in the last month, she brought back a silver medal from the Glasgow’s Badminton World Championships. The Honoring Gopichand’s unwavering support to her over the years, the Sindhu has also paid a Teacher’s Day tribute to him through a digital film that she has herself co-produced with the sports drink brand called Gatorade.

This digital film is titled in the name of I HATE MY TEACHER which celebrates those who keep pushing you.

“They push you so much that, because of them, you achieve so much. He has always been behind me, showing his anger and also taking the responsibilities. It is because of them that is the teachers and the coaches that we get so much of this success, said by Sindhu.

To reach this height of success, she has had a journey full of bruised knees and the afternoons spent perfecting the backhand shot. Does she really miss enjoying the usual life of a youngster her age?

“The Badminton is the real me, and whatever I am today is because of this badminton. It is not that I don’t have a personal life or anything, but the badminton is my passion and I don’t regret it. If you want to achieve anything in life, you have to believe in yourself first. It is very important,” this statement is said by P.V. Sindhu.

Badminton Star

The badminton star is also having an interesting point to make in terms of the India’s growth in the sports.

“India is growing in the terms of the sports and there will be many sports coming up in the years ahead. The Junior players are doing well,” said by Sindhu, who is also excited about a Bollywood biopic on her life. And it is being produced by Sonu Sood.

Asked about the developments on that front, she said: “We have been discussing it and we also met a couple of times. But nothing has been decided yet. We hope it is going to come out soon.” Said Sindhu.

So, these are The Important Statements that the current Indian Badminton Star P.V. Sindhu mentioned in her interviews and to the media. Surely there is going to make a biopic on her life and the sports. If any Queries or Questions is persist then please feel free to comment your view points.