Having joined ace shuttler PV Sindhu in 2019, South Korean badminton coach Park Tae Sang has ended his association with the Indian ace. After leading her to her second Olympics medal and her first gold at the Commonwealth Games, coach Park made the announcement on social media on Friday.
With such a big decision coming in at a crucial juncture for Sindhu, fans were in for a surprise. They made their views known on Twitter.
PV Sindhu and her coach Park Tae Sang have parted ways, the South Korean confirmed today, taking responsibility of the Indian’s “disappointing moves in all recent matches.”
— SANJEEV KUMAR (@sanjeevmediaNBT) February 24, 2023
Hope this goes work!
Muhammad Hafiz Hashim to now coach PV Sindhu in Hyderabad before the All England badminton championship.
Hashim is a former All England champion.#PVSindhu @Pvsindhu1
— Jai Hind (@kannandelhi) February 24, 2023
“She wanted a change”
End of #CoachPark era with PV Sindhu. They gave Indian badminton fans some lovely moments.https://t.co/gZBgPre3OD pic.twitter.com/VAF2FRIi5C
— Vinayakk (@vinayakkm) February 24, 2023
. @Pvsindhu1 and Park Tae-Sang’s fruitful partnership come to an end.
The South Korean became Sindhu’s coach after her world championships triumph in 2019.#BADMINTON #PVSindhu pic.twitter.com/RhYd04XtEK
— Bhavya Chand (@bhavya_journo) February 24, 2023
It was very good duo!
Coach Park Tae-sang has announced that he and PV Sindhu will be parting ways. He guided Sindhu to a Tokyo bronze, CWG gold and a lot more. During an interview, I asked him why Sindhu is so good. The Korean thought for a while & pulled out his phone to key in something. pic.twitter.com/2apLRQflm2
— Andrew (@AndrewAmsan) February 24, 2023
Yes they are parting ways!
#CoachPark parts way with #PVSINDHU so #Hafiz would be new head coach of suchitra academy as well as for #PVS ? #Badminton expected twist ☺️
Thanks coach park for making PVS defense strong n added some slice on her game 🙌🏼
— karthik (@karjk) February 24, 2023