My parents have taught me that things doesn’t end with one loss: PV Sindhu

Sindhu overcame the challenge from Nozomi Okuhara in the final to win her maiden World Championship crown.
My parents have taught me that things doesn’t end with one loss: PV SindhuPV Sindhu recently claimed her maiden World Championship. (Photo: Twitter)
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PV Sindhu has the whole world at her feet after lifting her maiden World Championship title. The Hyderabadi overcame the challenge from Nozomi Okuhara in the final to win her maiden crown. 

Back home the congratulatory messages continued to pour and she has been felicitated events were been conducted for the new world champion,

The ride has not been an easy one for Sindhu who had through go through a lot of struggles and make a lot of sacrifice before making it to the top.

Speaking to Entertainment Times Sindhu spoke about how her parents were supportive when she faced ups and downs in her career. 

"Even though I lost the World Championships before, I always thought it’s okay, never mind, there is always the next time. My parents have taught me that it doesn’t end with one loss. You have to keep working at your game. When you lose close matches, you think it is over. Even if I lose, I take a break for a day or two. Then I need to get back to the court and fight to come back stronger" said Sindhu .

For an athlete, there is always a source of inspiration that helps him/her to focus on the goal and achieve it. For Sindhu, It has been her parents and especially her coach Pullela Gopichand who has shaped her career right from her younger days.

"My parents and my coaches has been the biggest influencer. Most important is Gopi sir. He is very patient with me. I could make the same mistake 10 or 20 times, but he never raises his voice or shows his frustration. And my new coach, Kim. She is absolutely brilliant" she said.

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