Bearer of a billion Indian hopes for a second medal at the Rio Olympics 2016, shuttler Pusarla Venkata Sindhu produced one of the finest and most passionate performances of her career, to pummel Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara into submission in the women’s singles semi-final on Thursday. The brilliant 51-minute victory by a 21-19, 21-10 scoreline over the reigning All-England champion made the 21-year-old Sindhu the first player from India to earn the right to contest an Olympic badminton final.
PV Sindhu Today Match Time: 6:55PM
On Friday evening, Sindhu will spar with Spanish two-time world champion Carolina Marin for the coveted gold medal. Marin looked in commanding form as she dislodged defending champion Li Xuerui of China from the Olympic throne, with a dominating 21-14, 21-16 triumph.
- In the first set, Sindhu gain 21 & Marin gain 19.
- In the Second Set Marin gain, 21 & Sindhu gain 12.
- In the Third Set PV Sindhu gain 15 & Spain Marin gain 21.
Finally, We congratulate Marin for winning Gold Medal in Rio Olympics 2016 Women’s Singles.