Hyderabad: Expressing happiness over winning a bronze medal in the just-concluded World Championship, young Indian shuttler PV Sindhu yesterday said she would like to learn from her mistakes and improve in the future.
"I am very happy to get a bronze medal. This is memorable because I got it in a big event like the World Championship," said the 19-year-old, flanked by chief coach Pullela Gopichand, upon her return from Denmark.
'Could have done better'
Sindhu said she could have done better in the semi-finals but some simple errors cost her the match. "Everyone is telling me that I did not play my game in the semis.
Maybe, a little bit," she conceded. "My opponent Carolina Marin played well. I committed a few silly mistakes.
You can't play 100 per cent every day, things like this may happen sometimes. Overall, it was a good match, she really played well," Sindhu said.
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