Saturday, December 2

Badminton: Sindhu going through bad form, at worst ranking in a decade

Indian badminton star PV Sindhu has slipped to 17th position in the latest rankings released by the Badminton World Federation on Tuesday. This is the worst ranking for Sindhu in the last decade, and it comes as a result of her recent struggles with form since returning from injury.
Sindhu had to undergo a heel injury during her victory in the Commonwealth Games, which forced her to take a break from the game for five months. Since her return, she has been struggling to find her rhythm, and her performance has been below par in recent tournaments.
The Indian shuttler has earned a total of 49,480 points in 14 tournaments this season, which is a significant drop from her previous performances. She has been in the top-10 continuously since 2016, but her recent form has seen her slip down the rankings.
However, Sindhu is a fighter, and she has shown in the past that she can bounce back from setbacks. She has a strong work ethic and a never-say-die attitude, which has helped her achieve success in the past. Sindhu will now need to regroup and work on her game to get back to her best form. She has the talent and the ability to compete with the best in the world, and with the right mindset and preparation, she can climb back up the rankings.

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