Twitter Is Full Of Pride After PV Sindhu Wins Gold In CWG 2022 Against Canada’s Michelle Li
After defeating Canada’s Michelle Li on Monday, India’s top badminton player PV Sindhu won the nation’s 19th gold medal at the current Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham. The 27-year-old defeated Michelle Li in the women’s singles final 21-15, 21-13 to win the match and another medal at the prestigious quadrennial sporting event. During Game 1 of the gold medal match, Sindhu originally appeared to be having trouble with an injury, but she kept up her winning streak and took the lead with a score of 21-15.
She continued on to win Game 2 by a score of 21-13 to finish the triumph in one set. With Sindhu’s victory, India currently has 56 total medals from the CWG 2022, including 19 gold, 15 silver, and 22 bronze. In badminton, India hopes to win two further gold medals on the final day of CWG 2022.
After Sindhu’s victory, many people on Twitter could not stop lauding her and for good reason! Here are all the ways in which people congratulated Sindhu,
P V Sindhu has won the nation's heart by winning a historic badminton gold at #CommonwealthGames. You created magic on the court, enthralling millions. Your masterly win makes our Tiranga fly high & our national anthem resonate at Birmingham. Heartiest congratulations!
— President of India (@rashtrapatibhvn) August 8, 2022
PV Sindhu continues to bring glory to the nation!
Heartiest congratulations to her for clinching Gold medal in Badminton Women's Singles event at #CWG. She has yet again proved that her hard work & determination know no bounds. Wishing her many more such triumphs in the future. pic.twitter.com/8yHUH81ELb
— Vice President of India (@VPSecretariat) August 8, 2022
PV sindhu done it once again.
Gold for India.
🥈 in Rio 2016
🥉 in Tokyo 2021
🥇 in World Championship 2019
🥈 in Glasgow CWG 2018
🥇in Birmingham CWG 2022#Badminton #CWG22 #CWG2022 #PVSindhu pic.twitter.com/mvAwBz0et7
— Jai Upadhyay (@OG_JaiUpadhyay) August 8, 2022
Golden Girl 🏅!
PV Sindhu beats Michelle Li of Canada in straight games to win gold in badminton women's singles in style!!🏆💛
Literally hobbling on 1 leg. Congrats Champion. What a brave performance. Just so proud🏸🇮🇳￼￼#CWG2022 #PVSindhu #CWG pic.twitter.com/2Tz2C9eM0Y
— Nisha Dwivedi (@iamnishadwivedi) August 8, 2022
Heartiest Congratulations to P.V Sindhu for winning Gold medal in Women's Singles-Badminton at #CWG22!
What an incredible achievement! She has brought glory to the nation for which we are all very proud! @Pvsindhu1
— Ashok Gehlot (@ashokgehlot51) August 8, 2022
✨ 2 time Olympic medalist | Silver & Bronze
✨ 5 time World Championships medalist | 1 Gold, 2 Silver & 2 Bronze
✨ Asian Games | 1 Singles Silver
✨ 3 time CWG Singles medalist | 1 Gold, 1 Silver & 1 Bronze
💫 One & only P.V Sindhu | @Pvsindhu1 💫 #CWG2022 #CWGwithIAS pic.twitter.com/fvNvz6Qq0R
— India_AllSports (@India_AllSports) August 8, 2022
The brilliance of @Pvsindhu1 creates history once again!
You had us glued to our tv screens!
What an amazing show of excellence and determination!
Congratulations on a remarkable GOLD 🇮🇳 #CWG2022 !
PV SINDHU you are India’s PRIDE ! pic.twitter.com/jmbxQE9j6I
— Anurag Thakur (@ianuragthakur) August 8, 2022
The Greatest Indian Badminton Player: PV Sindhu🐐🇮🇳
— The SportsGram India (@SportsgramIndia) August 8, 2022
P.V Sindhu beats her Canadian rival M – Li by 21 – 15, 21 – 13 in women's badminton. Clinched the gold.
Took India to position 4 at the Commonwealth Games, Birmingham.#RuknaNahiHaiCheer#CommonwealthGames2022 pic.twitter.com/ILy5hSuNoP
— Jaspal Mansa,Chandigarh 🇮🇳 @Bhatti (@jaspalmansa31) August 8, 2022
PV Sindhu – India's Golden girl, India's Pride:-
•Silver in 2016 Rio Olympic.
•Bronze in 2020 Tokyo Olympic.
•Bronze in 2014 CWG.
•Silver in 2018 CWG.
•Gold in 2018 CWG (mixed team).
•Gold in 2022 CWG.
WHAT A LEGEND. pic.twitter.com/DklkuZxW5i
— CricketMAN2 (@ImTanujSingh) August 8, 2022
PV Sindhu, one of India’s greatest athletes, adds the elusive Commonwealth Games women’s singles gold to her glorious collection. She struggled with her left leg in the semis & final but it didn’t matter. Sindhu was not going to be denied. What a champion! 👏#CWG2022 #Badminton pic.twitter.com/o4X0j1iQvy
— Aditya Chaturvedi (@aditya_c19) August 8, 2022
Also Read: Indian Women Cricket Team Beats England To Reach The Finals At Commonwealth Games, 2022. We Wish Them The Very Best!
— Otto fired Fandom (@ottofiredfandom) August 8, 2022
Also Read: PV Sindhu Cliches Her First Gold Medal At The Commonwealth Games 2022. It’s A Historic Win!
— Akash balani (@akashbalani91) August 8, 2022
— Mukul Hinoniya ✨ (@iMukulhinoniya) August 8, 2022
PV Sindhu, Savita Punia, Nitu Ghanghas..Across sports, so many stars. India's women athletes are doing us proud.
— Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) August 7, 2022
— Dr Chandni Sengupta (@ChandniSengupta) August 8, 2022
PV Sindhu is an icon for female gender of india, she inspired so many that now every state of India has it's own woman iconic player
Thanks PT usha, u started the trend n now many have followed u.
Bharat is greatfull all of you not only for sport bt eradicating soc gendr evils
— Fattesingh Gaikwad (@336c3d300c3949b) August 8, 2022
— Sahil Bakshi (@SBakshi13) August 8, 2022
Congratulations! P. V. Sindhu For winning commonwealth games gold medal 🥇
— Priyanka Kanchan (@PriyankaKancha7) August 8, 2022
The 27-year-old also defeated Singapore’s Jia Min Yeo 21-19, 21-17 in the women’s singles badminton semi-final at CWG 2022 in Birmingham, guaranteeing herself a medal. It is important to note that this was PV Sindhu’s second Commonwealth Games gold medal. PV Sindhu earned a gold medal in the mixed team competition at the Gold Coast CWG 2018 as well as a silver medal in the women’s singles competition.
Before winning the 2022 Swiss Open, Sindhu started her 2022 campaign with a title triumph in the Syed Modi International in India. With a victory over Asian Champion Wang Zhiyi in the summit match, Sindhu won her first Singapore Open title before competing in the Commonwealth Games 2022. She subsequently won the silver medal in Birmingham’s Mixed Team badminton competition to begin her CWG 2022 campaign before taking home the gold in the Women’s Singles. We could not be prouder of PV Sindhu and we congratulate her on her achievement!’