PV Sindhu loses her final to Carolina Marin, wins silver medal
Indian shuttler PV Sindh wins the first set with 21-19 margin against Carolina Marin. She defeated Japanese Nozomi Okuhara in the semifinal. But, in the second set Marin made a great fight and didn’t give scope to the Indian to keep to fight.
I am opening Random apps for no reason watching #SindhuForGold. Panic all over
— Ishwar Saini (@rathaursaini) August 19, 2016
Intuition it will an another comeback. She will win #SindhuForGold
— Navin (@Shutterbwoy) August 19, 2016
Eh, you Spaniards.
You’re good at smashing tomatoes at each other.
Indians helped create Badminton.
Have some respect!#SindhuForGold
— Sorabh Pant (@hankypanty) August 19, 2016
aay hai beda garak ho is Spaniard ka. Haar ja. Come on girl, get back into the game #SindhuForGold
— Smita Prakash (@smitaprakash) August 19, 2016
Why Spanish Girl is screaming Again & Again?
Cause She Had lost 1st Game??
— Sir Rohit Sharma (@ImRo450) August 19, 2016
don’t the loud cheers disturb the players in badminton? like tennis players get distracted. just wondering. 11-18 #SindhuForGold
— Mihir Ved (@itsmihir1993) August 19, 2016
No Dhoni No Sachin No Virat and we all are watching the sporting Final!! #SindhuForGold
— kumar priyadarshi (@darshi1986) August 19, 2016
— Times of India (@timesofindia) August 19, 2016
#SindhuForGold c’mon darling… U can do it… 1.3 billion hearts pray for u & ready to celebrate ur victory… Never look back go forward..
— Muthulakshmi (@KalaiLakshu) August 19, 2016
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