PV Sindhu aims to crack top-ten badminton rankings by year-end

PV Sindhu, who tasted her maiden success at the international level when she won the singles crown in the Malaysian Gold Grand Prix earlier this year, said the Chinese were not as invincible as they appear to be.

updated: June 28, 2013 23:06 IST
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Mumbai: Rising Indian shuttler PV Sindhu is confident of breaking into the top-10 of world rankings by the end of this year.

"I was 11 and then slipped to 12th because I didn't play a few tournaments like Singapore and Indonesia due to an injury to my left knee. I now fit and back to training and preparing well for the championship. There is still one month to go so preparing very well for that.

"My aim is by the end of this year, I would like to come into the top-10. My dream is that," Sindhu told PTI at a function organised by Olympic Gold Quest, the sports foundation she has been associated with for the last two years.

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