Flawless PV Sindhu enters Tokyo Olympics Round of 16

The sixth day of the Tokyo Olympics began on a bad note for India as the women's hockey team suffered its third straight defeat, losing to defending champions Great Britain 1-4. However, PV Sindhu brought smiles back to Indian faces as she continued her winning run to enter the Round of 16.

Flawless PV Sindhu enters Tokyo Olympics Round of 16

The sixth day of the Tokyo Olympics began on a bad note for India as the women's hockey team suffered its third straight defeat, losing to defending champions Great Britain 1-4. However, PV Sindhu brought smiles back to Indian faces as she continued her winning run to enter the Round of 16.
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Indian star badminton player PV Sindhu is continuing her successful form at the Tokyo Olympics. The Rio Olympic Silver medalist has won her second game on Wednesday. PV Sindhu won 2-0 against Cheung Ngan Yi of Hong Kong in a Group J badminton match. With this victory, Sindhu confirmed her place in women’s singles Round of 16.

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Although the Indian badminton ace made it look like a very easy match, Cheung put a great effort on the court. Sindhu won 2-0 against Cheung Ngan Yi of Hong Kong in a Group J badminton match. As a result, she took medal hopes for India in badminton a step closer. Sindhu’s flawless run till now confirmed her place in the Tokyo Olympics pre-quarterfinals or usually known as Round of 16.

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The Hyderabad player looks super confident and gave her best against Cheung Ngan Yi. Sindhu won the match with the statistics 21-9 and 21-16 against the Hongkong player. Sindhu put up a dominant display in both the group stage matches and will now face Mia Blichfeldt of Denmark. The Indian shuttler has a 4-1 head-to-head record in 5 meetings against the Denmark shuttler. In their last meeting in Swiss Open 2021, Sindhu hammered Mia in straight games.

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