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PV Sindhu brings home a bronze medal from Tokyo Olympics 2020

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PV Sindhu has won a bronze medal in Tokyo Olympics 2020 which makes her the second Indian athlete to win two Olympic medals after wrestler Sushil Kumar and the only female athlete of the country to do so.

PV Sindhu brings home a bronze medal from Tokyo Olympics 2020
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After PV Sindhu making his win, India has got 3 Olympic medals in Tokyo Olympics 2020. The first two were won by Mirabai Chanu, who won a silver in weightlifting and Lovlina Borgohain, who got a bronze medal in boxing.

She had won a silver in Rio but having done that doesn’t make this bronze any less important. When she lost the chance to win a silver this time, she didn’t know how to feel about it.

PV Sindhu brings home a bronze medal from Tokyo Olympics 2020
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“I didn’t’ know if I should be sad that I lost a chance to play the final, or be happy that I have another shot at a medal”, she said. But then she was reminded of the joy of standing on the podium regardless of the color of the medal.

PV Sindhu brings home a bronze medal from Tokyo Olympics 2020
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She then waited entire day to play on Sunday for her medal. “I woke up, did my stretches, had breakfast and came back to my room. But constantly, I was just thinking about the match. You have to let go of everything and be calm but that did not happen for me today,” she said.

She played the match with neck-to-neck competition from the other side. Although she spent a lot of time being anxious before the game, she managed to stay patient while she was on the court playing the match.

PV Sindhu brings home a bronze medal from Tokyo Olympics 2020
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This win was significant because of the expectations from her. Sindhu said, “I would say this medal was tougher than the one I won in Rio. But if I can do it, anyone can.”

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