India at Tokyo Olympics: Family members of Mary Kom, PV Sindhu send heartfelt wishes

Ace Indian female athletes MC Mary Kom and PV Sindhu are amongst the top prospects to grab a medal for their nation at Tokyo Summer Olympics.

Mary Kom and PV Sindhu
Mary Kom and PV Sindhu

All Indian fans are rooting for PV Sindhu (badminton) and MC Mary Kom (boxing) as they start their Tokyo 2020 campaign on day three. Both of them have already won Olympic medals in the past where Mary Kom clinched bronze in the flyweight category event at the 2012 London Olympics while Sindhu grabbed silver in the women’s singles event at the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Everyone is expecting another medal from these Indian eves at the ongoing edition of the Olympics. Meanwhile, the family members of Mary Kom and PV Sindhu have sent their best wishes and video messages.

Kom’s three children sent innocent wishes for their mother while cheering her to bring gold to India.

“You’re the best mumma.”

“Hi mumma. Don’t be lonely mumma. We’re with you! Play well because I want to kiss that gold medal you have been dreaming of!”

“Hi mum. I, along with Neivar, Prince, Rechungvar, Papa and others are praying for you and will be watching you play. Enjoy it the Olympics. All the best mum.”

“Hi mumma. You’re everything for us and I want you to win a gold medal for all of us in the Tokyo Olympics and I know you can do it.”

“Super mom! Super hero! Good luck!”

The 2012 Olympic bronze medalist is set to kickstart her Tokyo 2020 campaign today with the round of 32 match against Miguelina Hernandez Garcia (Dominican Republic). 

“Give your best” – Sindhu’s parents

Coming to wishes for Sindhu, the World Champion’s parents expressed how they are proud of her. They also wished the 26-year-old to come back with flying colours.

“Hi Sindhu. Amma and dad here. We are very proud of you. All the very best.”

“Hi Sindhu. All these years you have really worked hard. Give your best. Come with the flying colours!”

“All the best Akka!”

The Hyderabad-born has already commenced her journey at the XXXII Olympiad with victory in a group stage match against Israel’s Ksenia Polikarpova. Sindhu rushed home with straight sets of 21-7, 21-10. She will now face Hong Kong’s shuttler Cheung Ngan Yi in her upcoming clash on July 28.

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