August 19, 2016 22:06 IST

PV Sindhu vs Carolina Marin Badminton Final Match

1 of 5 Olympics 2016,PV Sindhu,Badminton,Live Blogs latest Olympics 2016 news
Indian shuttler P.V. Sindhu settled for silver at the Rio Olympics after being beaten 21-19, 12-21, 15-21 by World No.1 Carolina Marin of Spain in the badminton women's singles event here on Friday. It is India's second medal in the Rio Games after wrestler Sakshi Malik bagged bronze in the women's 58 kilogram category on Wednesday.
2 of 5 Olympics 2016,PV Sindhu,Badminton,Live Blogs latest Olympics 2016 news
Indian shuttler P.V. Sindhu settled for silver at the Rio Olympics after being beaten 21-19, 12-21, 15-21 by World No.1 Carolina Marin of Spain in the badminton women's singles event here on Friday. It is India's second medal in the Rio Games after wrestler Sakshi Malik bagged bronze in the women's 58 kilogram category on Wednesday.
3 of 5 Olympics 2016,PV Sindhu,Badminton,Live Blogs latest Olympics 2016 news
Indian shuttler P.V. Sindhu settled for silver at the Rio Olympics after being beaten 21-19, 12-21, 15-21 by World No.1 Carolina Marin of Spain in the badminton women's singles event here on Friday. It is India's second medal in the Rio Games after wrestler Sakshi Malik bagged bronze in the women's 58 kilogram category on Wednesday.
4 of 5 Olympics 2016,PV Sindhu,Badminton,Live Blogs latest Olympics 2016 news
Indian shuttler P.V. Sindhu settled for silver at the Rio Olympics after being beaten 21-19, 12-21, 15-21 by World No.1 Carolina Marin of Spain in the badminton women's singles event here on Friday. It is India's second medal in the Rio Games after wrestler Sakshi Malik bagged bronze in the women's 58 kilogram category on Wednesday.
5 of 5 Olympics 2016,PV Sindhu,Badminton,Live Blogs latest Olympics 2016 news
Indian shuttler P.V. Sindhu settled for silver at the Rio Olympics after being beaten 21-19, 12-21, 15-21 by World No.1 Carolina Marin of Spain in the badminton women's singles event here on Friday. It is India's second medal in the Rio Games after wrestler Sakshi Malik bagged bronze in the women's 58 kilogram category on Wednesday.