Rio Olympic silver-medallist PV Sindhu turned 25 on Sunday and numerous followers took to social media to increase heat birthday greetings to the Indian shuttler.
On the occassion of PV Sindhu’s birthday, followers took to Twitter and left no stone unturned to precise their love for her. Infact, #pvsindhu was trending on the micro running a blog web site on Sunday.
While some followers have shared heartfelt needs for the Indian shuttler, the others have uploaded photos of Sindhu from the badminton courtroom.
Sharing an image of Sindhu holding Indian flag, a Twitter person wished the badminton star by saying that the nation wants girls like her.
“Happy #pvsindhu.Our Country Needs Women Like You. Long live, More Power, Respect,” the person tweeted.
Our Country Needs Women Like You. Long dwell, More Power, Respect pic.twitter.com/tEDRP4dndE
— Bhatakta Tweet (@BhataktaTweet) July 5, 2020
Another person listed down a few of the achievements of Sindhu together with a collage of the Padma Shri winner.
“Happy Birthday #PVSindhu.She is the first Indian women to win a Olympic Silva Medal.A badminton world champion and as will as Padma Shri & Padma Bhushan award
#PrideOfIndia,” he tweeted.
— Manish Biswas (@ManishB93789678) July 5, 2020
A Twitter person named Soham Parmar shared an image of Sindhu holding the silver medal at Rio Olympics and wished the badminton star on her particular occassion.
He wrote, “Pride of India, Pride of Indian Badminton.#pvsindhu, the name’s enough!Happy Birthday ma’am. Your Rio memories are immortal for all the Indians.”
Pride of India, Pride of Indian Badminton.#pvsindhu, the identify’s sufficient!
Happy Birthday ma’am. Your Rio reminiscences are immortal for all of the Indians. pic.twitter.com/PSSaomkuP8
— Soham Parmar (@Defier_52) July 5, 2020
“#pvsindhu #HappyBirthdayPVSindhu, Pride Of Our Nation, Young Women’s Inspiration, First Olympic Silver Medalist Of Badminton, First Gold Medalist Of World Badminton Championship, First Indian to Won 5 Medals From World Badminton Championship HBD @Pvsindhu1,” one other person tweeted.
Pride Of Our Nation
Young Women’s Inspiration
First Olympic Silver Medalist Of Badminton
First Gold Medalist Of World Badminton Championship
First Indian to Won 5 Medals From World Badminton Championship
HBD @Pvsindhu1 pic.twitter.com/srSc5ruOcx
— SakthiBala (@SakthiBala141) July 5, 2020
Born on July 5, 1995 in Hyderabad, Sindhu bought the primary style of badminton from nationwide chief coach and former India shuttler Pullela Gopichand. She started enjoying badminton as early as on the age of eight earlier than becoming a member of Gopichand’s Badminton Academy in Telangana.
Sindhu stepped into the worldwide area in 2009 with the Sub-Junior Asian Badminton Championships in Colombo, the place she bagged a bronze medal. It was Sindhu’s first-ever worldwide medal below the steerage of Gopichand.
It was in 2013 when Sindhu lifted her first Grand Prix gold by defeating Gu Juan of Singapore within the summit showdown of the Malaysian Open. She continued her momentum on the BWF World Championships later in that yr to accept a bronze medal. Later in the identical yr, Sindhu bagged Macau Open Grand Prix medal apart from being awarded the Arjuna Award, one of many highest honours for any sportsperson within the nation.
A yr later, Sindhu scripted historical past by changing into the primary Indian shuttler to win a medal on the BWF World Championships for 2 consecutive years. She as soon as once more settled for the bronze in 2014. Sindhu additionally appeared for the primary time on the Commonwealth Games in the identical yr and made a semi-final end on the event.
The Indian shuttler’s most memorable second got here in 2016 when she turned the first-ever feminine athlete from the nation to clinch a silver medal on the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Sindhu, who was conferred with Padma Shri award in the identical yr, went down towards the then world primary Carolina Marin of Spain within the closing of the Olympics Games.
In 2017, Sindhu turned the primary Indian to win Korean Open by defeating Japanese star Nozomi Okuhara within the finals. She then had a powerful marketing campaign on the BWF World Championships, the place she settled for a silver. A yr later, she but once more settled for a silver medal on the World Championships.
Sindhu additionally participated on the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast and completed her marketing campaign on the event with a gold within the blended group occasion and a silver medal within the girls’s singles occasion.
In 2019, Sindhu turned the first-ever participant from the nation to win a BWF World Championships gold on the 2019 version of the celebrated event in Basel, Switzerland. It was Sindhu’s fifth medal on the World Championships, thus making her the joint-highest medal-winner in historical past of the ladies’s singles occasion of the event together with two-time Olympic gold medallist Zhang Ning of China.