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Asia Games: Sindhu becomes the first Indian to win Silver in Badminton

P. V. Sindhu created history by winning a silver medal in Badminton on Tuesday.

She went down to Taiwan’s Tai Tzu Ying by 13-21 16-21 in the final of women’s singles badminton event.

Tai Tzu Ying had a positive start and did well to keep up the lead until the end. Sindhu couldn’t break through Ying and eventually went down.

Sindhu finished second in seven of her last eight international finals (WBC 2017, Hongkong SS 2017, SS Finals 2017, India Open 2018, Thailand Open 2018, WBC 2018).

Earlier, Saina Nehwal made the country proud by winning the Bronze medal after losing to Tzu Ying 17-21 14-21.

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