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Indian ladies set benchmark for Gen Y & Gen Z

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It is the ninth day of Asian games 2018 in Indonesia and the race for the medals yet continues. And the talk of the day was PV Sindhu and Sania who have reached the semifinals in women badminton
Neena varakil has missed a gold medal for India securing the second place in women long jump with her best effort of 6.51 meters.
The silver medal was secured by Sudha for 3,000 meters for Steeplechase cracking a time of 9.40.03 seconds making it India’s 39th medal.
India was not able to grab the medal for the 400 meters Anu Raghavan was the fourth person to reach the mark in 56.92 seconds
Thailand was trashed by Indian hockey team with 5-0 three goals was secured by Rani and one from Monika and the saviour of the team was Raji who acted as a barrier from guarding the ball to reach the net. As well as the Indian woman squash team squeezes Iran in pool B.

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Jakarta: Indian and Thailand players vie for the ball during the women’s hockey pool match at the Asian Games 2018,Image source: Indian Express

She speaks with her bat that has a sound effect on others PV Sindhu has trashed the Japanese lady Yamagu and who had to settle with the bronze medal and Sindhu become the first Indian woman to enter the finals in Asian games happily flaunting with her silver medal. In the first set, Sindhu was leading with twenty-one points and throwing the Japanese champion with seventeen points. But in the second set, the table turned on her and Sindhu was able to secure fifteen points and giving a lead to Yamagu. And now in the final set, she bounced back by securing a lead of twenty-one points and knocking out Yamagu

On the other hand, Sania Nehwal was not able to reach the finals securing a bronze medal to our country giving way to the Chinese champion Tai Tzu Ying in the first set Sania gave a close fight to her competitor securing seventeen points giving a lead four points. But in the second set, she was bashed by competitor securing fourteen points and missed to secure a silver medal in her first ever Asian games
These Indian women have established themselves setting an example to them who aspires to achieve their dreams.

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These Indian woman have established themselves setting example to them who aspires to achieve their dreams.






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