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PV Sindhu champion home in Hyderabad

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Hyderabad, Aug 22 (The News)

At the champion’s home in Hyderabad today, there is biryani and Mysore pak. Exceptional treats for 21-year-old PV Sindhu who returned today with an Olympic Silver around her neck.Sindhu arrived at the Hyderabad air terminal on Monday morning and will return home at Kokapet just much later in the day after a triumph rally in an extraordinarily authorized open twofold decker transport and festivities at the Gachibowli Stadium in the city.

Her mom P Vijaya said she has cooked Sindhu’s most loved sustenance today she adores biryani and Mysore pak, a sweet, however has not eaten these in months as she prepared for the Rio Olympics. She gets the treat just today and is prone to be back by tomorrow to the strict regimen that she takes after under the supervision of her mentor Pullela Gopichand preparing for her next competition.

The frozen yogurt that Sindhu was permitted after her spectacular execution at Rio, where she extended world no 1 Carolina Marin to a one hour 23 minute last, stood out as truly newsworthy, principally in light of the fact that she gets the chance to eat one so once in a while. “Sindhu did not have her telephone amid the most recent three months. The principal thing is I will return is her telephone. The second thing, in the wake of coming here for the last 12-13 days, I had denied her from having sweet curd which she prefers most.

I likewise halted her from eating frozen yogurt.

. Presently she can eat whatever she needs,” an elated Gopichand had said a week ago after Sindhu turned into the principal Indian lady to win a Silver at the Olympics.Pullela Gopichand is known not a strict drill sergeant and it appears to have worked. He has prepared two Olympic medallists in Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu and Srikant Kidambi achieved the men’s badminton quarter finals this year.

Sindhu, a two-time World Championship bronze medallist, beat three players who outrank her in transit to the last. She beat world No 8 Tzu Ying Tai of Chinese Taipei in the prequarters, world No 2 Wang Yihan of China in the last eight and in the semi-last, she breezed past world No 6 Nozomi Okuhara of Japan to guarantee India its first silver in badminton.

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