AIFF to give Rs 5 lakh each to Indian Athletes PV Sindhu, Sakshi Malik


PV Sindhu settled with a silver decoration after she confronted an annihilation because of Spaniard Carolina Marin. Sindhu lost 21-19, 12-21, 21-15 to Marin in badminton ladies' singles last at the Rio 2016 Olympics on Friday. Sindhu needed to settle for a silver award – the first by an Indian badminton player.

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Sindhu had additionally turned into the most youthful to win an award at the Olympics at 21 years old. Sindhu lost however not before setting up a decent battle against a much snappier Marin why should fast lock on to shots. In the opening diversion, Sindhu returned from behind to go 1-0 up against Marin.

The Indian shuttler was 6-11 behind at the interim and kept on trailing before she took control when the scoreline was 16-19, not to support her.

Marin had some mishits and mistakes in the stage which permitted Sindhu to stash the opening diversion 21-19, winning five focuses on the run all the while.

In the wake of winning the principal diversion, Sindhu confronted an annihilation in the second which took the amusement into decider. In the decider, Sindhu began on the back as Marin was rapidly up 4-0 and afterward 9-4.

At that point the Hyderabadi returned to win four focuses in succession helped by Marin's blunders and Sindhu's unimaginable returns. And afterward at the break, Sindhu drove 11-10 after Marin's shot went long.

The second part of the choosing amusement permitted Marin to by and by unite her preference and Sindhu couldn't recuperate from this surge.

At 20-14, Marin had six gold decoration risks however Sindhu spared one when Marin pushed the bus wide.

However the Indian couldn't spare the following when a calculated shot by the Spaniard fell amidst the court.

All India Football Federation President Mr. Praful Patel on Friday (August 19) praised Indian shuttler PV Sindhu and Woman wrestler Sakshi Malik for winning awards in Badminton and Wrestling individually in the progressing Rio Olympics and AIFF has likewise reported a prize of Rs. 5 lakh each both for Sindhu and Sakshi.

"AIFF Media communicates it's backing and solidarity to the wearing society for doing India pleased. We honor Rs. 5 lakh each to Sindhu and Sakshi," Patel tweeted from his own twitter account @praful_patel.

"They do right by us. Their accomplishments motivate the whole Nation," Mr. Patel said.

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