PV Sindhu is one of the biggest names in Indian sports. The shuttler is among the very best in the world and shares a healthy rivalry against Saina Nehwal. Recently she beat Saina to give her own side, Hyderabad Hunters, a 3-1 lead over North Eastern Warriors in the Premier Badminton League. Did Sindhu’s victory come as a result of the many lessons she learnt last year? Sindhu was always awesome with the racquet, but 2018 may have given her an edge.
Sindhu shared a post on Instagram recently, where she said that the passing year taught her a lot. The ace sports star learnt that things don’t always turn out the way you plan or the way one thinks that they should. She also learnt that some things do not get fixed no matter what. That’s not all. Sindhu shared her teachings on keeping positive as we enter a new year. “I’ve learned that you can get through bad times and keep looking for better ones, as long as you have people who love you,” she captioned.
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Well I have learned a lot last year ...I learned that things don’t always turn our way you planned,or the way you think they should . And I’ve learned that there are things that go wrong that don’t always get fixed or get put back together the way they we’re before . I’ve learned that some broken things stay broken and I’ve learned that you can get through bad times and keep looking for better ones, as long as you have people who love you keeping it this way and ending up saying goodbye to 2018 which has given me a lot❣️❣️and Entering into this new year 2019 with new moments😍, new adventures🤘🏻,new lessons🤗,new memories💫,new challenges✨ and new opportunities💞 I wish everyone a blissful,awesome and cheerful and a happy NEW YEAR 2019 #happynewyear#2019#newbegginings#newlessons#happiness#newopportunities#💞
Finally, she signed off saying that she hopes to keep things “this way and ending up saying goodbye to 2018.” Sindhu looks forward to the new year with new challenges and opportunities. With her recent victory against Saina, it seems like her 2019 started off well.