PV Sindhu Wins BWF World Tour Finals
Sindhu beats Nozomi Okuhara in a straight game to clinch her maiden BMF World Tour Finals title on Sunday.
The Indian superstar showed her game and won against the similar foe in Nozomi Okuhara. She played in composure and showed immense patience in the match against the Japenese player.
Earlier the year was not of a great start as she had lost a match against another Japanese player, Akane Yamaguchi, and thus wins in this match was not even considered.
This year was exceptionally difficult for the lady as not a single win was destined for her but the Indian shutter was in form by the end of the year and made us proud. She made a fast start but still faced tough competition.
She won points in the crucial junctures to maintain her power in the match. After having got a lead in the second match, the Indian lady got three match points in her favor and this simply got her the title.
The 23-year-old had several failures to crush her spirits but coming out of all the negativity and becoming the shining star is what sportsmanship is about and this makes the win all the more special for her and the nation. Asian Games and the Commonwealth Games in this year, and WorldChampion had to see failure twice.
Being world Number six, a player she has the never give up attitude and is what got her the title in the match held at the Chinese city of Guangzhou, where the match lasted for just an hour. She was in full form and had complete grip over the match, and the winning moment was as the forehand smashes, and then going on her knees and hands on the ground.