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May 26, 2020
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Sindhu credits overseas coach Kim Ji Hyun for change in game

It was a jinx she had to carry for many years, not winning big finals and ending up only as a runner-up. Despite being a silver medalist in the Olympics, PV Sindhu was aching for that one final title win that would mark the beginning of a new high. That moment came for the ace Indian shuttler after she lifted the World Championships title recently.

There has been a significant change in Sindhu’s game with a marked improvement, the credit for which she entirely gives to her new Korean coach Kim Ji Hyun. Ever since Sindhu started training under Kim, she took her game a notch higher. Beating Nozomi Okuhara to claim World Championships title is a great relief for PV Sindhu because she had lost that epic final against her in 2017.

Sindhu in a glam avatar (Picture: Khaskhabar)

Now, she has got the monkey off her back. With an improved game, she can win many more finals for the country in the future.

Image courtesy: BWF

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