At the age of just 24, PV Sindhu has registered her name in gold in the history of Indian badminton.
Sindhu, who won a silver medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics, has clinched gold for the first time at World Championships.
PV Sindhu defeated his rival Nozomi Okuhara from Japan in straight sets in the BWF World Championships 2019 on Sunday.
Sindhu, who lost to Okuhara in the final match lasting 110 minutes in 2017, finished the game in just 38 minutes after two years.
Indian ace shuttler Sindhu, who is ranked fifth in the world rankings, ceased the first game in 16 minutes.
Sindhu defeated Okuhara from Japan 21-7 and 21-7 in straight sets to win a gold medal.
Earlier, Sindhu had won bronze at the World Championships in 2013 and 2014 and silver in 2017 and 2018.
However, this time with winning gold, Sindhu became the first Indian to win gold at the World Championships.
Moreover, Indian ace shuttler PV Sindhu equalled the great Chinese player Zhang Ning with the five World Championships medals.