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Due to an injury, PV Sindhu will miss the Badminton World Championships

Due to an injury, Sindhu will not compete in the forthcoming Badminton World Championships. The athlete who won two Olympic medals now has a stress fracture in her left ankle. During the women’s singles quarterfinals of the just finished 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games, Sindhu sustained an injury. Despite this, she persevered to win the gold medal for India.

“Yes, missing the Worlds (championship) is frustrating, especially given Sindhu’s current form after winning the Singapore Open and the CWG Gold. But these are not under our control, “Sportstar cited PV Ramana, PV Sindhu’s father, as saying.

The former volleyball player for India also stated that his daughter would like to return to the court in mid-October of this year.

PV Sindhu recently defeated Canadian Michelle Li in straight games to win the women’s singles gold medal at the Commonwealth Games for the first time.

The former World Champion afterwards tweeted to declare her exit from the major competition.

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While still feeling good about helping India win a gold medal at the CWG, Sindhu announced that she will be skipping the World Championships.

With the aid of her coach, physiotherapist, and trainer, she said, “I felt the agony and there was an injury scare during the CWG Quarter Finals, but I wanted to push as far as I could.

Sindhu continued by saying that although the agony was excruciating in Birmingham, she will return to the court in a few weeks.

“Both during and after the finals, the pain was intolerable. Therefore, as soon as I returned to Hyderabad, I hurried to have an MRI. My left foot’s stress fracture was confirmed by the medical professionals, who advised a few weeks of rest. I’ll be returning to training in a few weeks “She composed.

we wish her strength to brave this situation and also for her speedy recovery

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