WATCH: Tokyo Olympics bronze medallist PV Sindhu returns to India to warm reception

Amid cheers and claps, two-time Olympic medallist Sindhu and her Korean coach Park Tae-sang reached Hyderabad, the hometown of the Tokyo 2020 bronze medal winner

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Amid cheers and claps, two-time Olympic medallist Sindhu and her Korean coach Park Tae-sang reached Hyderabad, the hometown of the Tokyo 2020 bronze medal winner.

At the airport, while employees, passengers and the CISF cheered for Sindhu, she and the coach were felicitated by Telangana Sports Minister V Srinivas Goud, Sports Authority of Telangana (SATS) chairman A. Venkateshwar Reddy along with Commissioner Of Police, Cyberabad VC Sajjanar and other officials.


Sindhu finished third in women's singles badminton at the Tokyo Olympics after beating China's He Bing Jiao in straight games in the bronze medal play-off match in Tokyo. Sindhu also created history in Tokyo as she became the only Indian woman to win two Olympic medals.


Sindhu had first landed in Delhi from Tokyo and got a similar reception at the airport after which she went to Sports Minister Anurag Thakur's house for a felicitation ceremony.

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