Tokyo Olympics: PV Sindhu’s South Korean coach calmed her in hindi; Find out what he said

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Tokyo Olympics: PV Sindhu’s South Korean coach Park Tae-Sang explained how he helps the star shuttler maintain focus during crucial moments on the court.

PV Sindhu won the women’s singles bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday, defeating China’s He Bing Jiao in straight games.

PV Sindhu became the first Indian woman to win two Olympic individual medals, adding to her silver from Rio 2016.

Park gave his words of wisdom for Sindhu in high-pressure situations to the media on Monday: “aaram se.”

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“In important moments when she gets a point and the pressure is very high, the next shot or rally, it’s very easy to make mistakes,” Park said

“So in important moments I tell her to calm down,” he said, at which moment Sindhu promptly intervened to remind him that he says “aaram se” – the Hindi for ‘take it easy’.

Coach Park, burst our in laughter and said “Yes, aaram se. I know what aaram se means.”

He had previously expressed his delight with Sindhu’s bronze, noting that she was the first player to earn an Olympic medal under his tutelage.

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PV Sindhu also praises her coach

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“I have known coach Park for a very long time. When we started training together, it took us some time to get to know us. But we both had the dream to win an Olympic medal,” PV Sindhu said.

“The efforts and hard work that he put in towards me is really great,” she added.

“Initially after the semis, I was really sad. I was in tears. But my coach said it’s not over yet, there’s another chance. So there were lots of mixed emotions,” she said.

“But coach Park said one thing that I remember that there is a big difference between getting a bronze and the fourth position. So that really hit me. To win a medal for your country at the Olympics is definitely a proud moment,” PV Sindhu said before adding that it pushed her to give her best in the bronze medal match.

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