Olympic Medalist PV Sindhu shocks netizens by posting 'I retire'
Sindhu wrote, 'I have been thinking about expressing my feelings for some time. I believe that I am struggling to deal with it."
New Delhi: Olympic silver medalist Indian shuttler PV Sindhu gave a big shock to her fans and badminton lovers on Monday when she shared a post on Twitter which said - Denmark Open was the final straw, I retire.
Sindhu wrote, 'I have been thinking about expressing my feelings for some time. I believe that I am struggling to deal with it. It feels so wrong, you know. That is why I am writing today to tell you that I have done it. '
I am struggling to deal with it: PV Sindhu
The only shuttler in the country to win the silver medal in the Olympics further wrote, "I believe that you will be shocked or confused while reading this, but by the time you read it all, you will understand my thoughts and hope that Will also support me.
Corona Pandemic was an 'eye Opener':
Calling the Corona epidemic an 'eye opener', Sindhu wrote, 'This epidemic has been an eye opener for me. I can work hard to fight the toughest opponent. I have done this before, I can do it again, but how will I defeat this invisible virus which has upset the whole world. '
She further wrote, 'It has been many months at home and we question ourselves whenever we get out of the house. By understanding all this and reading about many heart-rending stories, I have got a chance to learn a lot about myself and this world. This was the last stop due to not being able to represent India at the Denmark Open. '
However, this post by Sindhu became part of a message she wrote about cleanliness as a protection against the corona virus. This post by Sindhu suddenly surprised her fans. She once felt that she is retiring and the Denmark Open was her last tournament. However, after reading the entire post, people came to know the real message.