Commonwealth Games: Manpreet Singh, PV Sindhu named India's flag-bearers
The Indian Olympic Association (IOA), on Wednesday, named India guys's hockey captain Manpreet Singh
and badminton megastar PV Sindhu because the state's flag-bearers for the hole ceremony of the 2022 Commonwealth
Games (CWG), starting July 28 Sindhu became picked with the aid of the IOA after javelin-thrower Neeraj
Chopra was ruled out of the CWG due to an injury Meanwhile, Manpreet's call changed into brought later.
The upcoming edition the Commonwealth Games (CWG) is scheduled to take vicinity from July 28 to August 8 in Birmingham.
Over the years, both Sindhu (badminton) and Manpreet (hockey) have claimed numerous laurels for India.
Sindhu was India's flag-bearer at the hole ceremony of the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast Meanwhile, Manpreet
led the Indian contingent at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Sindhu received bronze medal at Tokyo Games Indian shuttler PV Sindhu
clinched the bronze medal inside the Tokyo 2020 Olympics after beating China's He Bingjiao (ladies's singles).
With a ancient win, Sindhu have become the first Indian to secure Olympic medals in badminton In the Rio 2016 Olympics, Sindhu
became the primary Indian to assert sliver in the game The 27-yr-old is considered one of India's medal hopefuls this time too.
Sindhu expresses her contentment "It's a first-rate honor to be bestowed with the obligation to lead the
contingent and preserve the flag at such an august accumulating. I'm extraordinarily happy and I desire all
my fellow contingent all of the first-class for the Games. I would like to thank IOA also for deciding on me because the flag-bearer," said