PV Sindhu: The first player in the history of badminton to be called India's Golden Girl will make history in Tokyo - Newztezz Online


Friday, July 23, 2021

PV Sindhu: The first player in the history of badminton to be called India's Golden Girl will make history in Tokyo

The world's largest sports festival is about to begin in a matter of days. 
Many players from India will take part in it and will also fly the flag of success. The most promising name among the players is 
PV Sindhu who has had many successes before. His struggle behind that success is not the same. India's biggest hope is from gold medalist badminton player PV Sandhu. The strongest contender for a medal in badminton is PV Sindhu. Sindhu, who won a medal at the Rio Olympics, became the world champion in 2019. Indus is the only female shuttler to go to the Tokyo Olympics. Last year has not been good for them. She was knocked out in the opening rounds of some tournaments. However, she reached the final of the Swiss Open in March. Sindhu is considered a big match player. So, this time the hope of Olympic gold can be fulfilled from them.

Pusarla Venkat Sindhu is an Indian badminton player. According to the Badminton World Federation's list released on September 21, 2018, she was in the top 50. The first female player in Indus badminton history to win consecutive medals at the Olympics, World Championships, Asian Games and Commonwealth Games. On August 10, 2016, Sindhu became the first Indian badminton player to win a medal in the World Championships. On March 30, 2016, she was awarded the fourth highest civilian award, the Padma Shri.

Pusarla Venkata Sindhu is the most famous Indian badminton star of the 21st century. As the first Indian woman to win an PV Sindhu silver medal at the Olympics and gold at the BWF World Championships, the world champions are in a category when it comes to Indian badminton in the 21st century. Along with fellow badminton player Saina Nehwal and boxer Mary Kom, she is a shining star for women sports in India. Currently ranked seventh in the world, the shuttler PV Indus is becoming India's biggest hope in badminton as the nation has high hopes for India in Tokyo 2020.

National level award to PV Sindhu

  • Padma Bhushan, India's third highest civilian award
  • Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, India's highest sporting honor (2016)
  • Padma Shri, India's 4th Highest Citizen Award (2015)
  • Arjuna Award (2013)

Won the first international medal in 2009

PV Sindhu's parents p. V. Raman and p. There is victory. He himself is a former volleyball player. Father Ramanbhai was awarded the Arjuna Award by the Government of India in the year 2000. Although her parents were professional volleyball players, she decided to play badminton after being inspired by the success of 2001 All England Open badminton champion Pullela Gopichand. Sandhu started playing badminton at the age of eight. Born on July 5, 1995 in Hyderabad, PV Sindhu started her international career in badminton in 2009. He won his first medal at the international level in 2009 after making a splash at the national level.

What is a career in badminton

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Indus is getting huge support

Recently, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S. Jag Mohan Reddy met Sindhu to wish her well for the Tokyo Olympics. And also gave an incentive prize of Rs 5 lakh. In addition to the incentive prize, Reddy also handed over government documents ordering the allotment of two acres of land to Indus for setting up a badminton academy in Visakhapatnam. On this occasion, Sindhu said, "I thank the Andhra and Telangana governments. Whenever I need any kind of help, and it is provided to me. They understand the player’s need, and also provide them support. Sindhu, who won a silver medal at the Rio Olympics, is confident that she will also win a gold medal in Tokyo.

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Job profile

PV Sindhu has been working with Bharat Petroleum in his Hyderabad office since July, 2013 as his Assistant Sports Manager. He was promoted to deputy sports manager after winning a silver medal at the Rio Olympics. He was appointed as Bridgestone India's first brand ambassador. He was also appointed as Deputy Collector (Group-1) by the Andhra Pradesh Government. She was the flag bearer for the Indian team at the opening ceremony of the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

In 2016, she became the first Indian woman to reach the Olympic badminton final. In the semi-final match, he defeated Nozomi Okuhara of Japan. On August 15, 2016, he won a silver medal in the final of the 2016 Rio Olympics. Sindhu's father P. V. Raman is honored with Arjuna Award. P. V. Raman represented India in volleyball. Indus lost in the final of the 2016 Rio Olympics. And she was also a runner-up in the 2017 and 2018 World Championships.

India have full hopes of a medal in badminton from PV Sindhu. The countdown to the Tokyo Olympics has also begun but it will not be easy for PV Sindhu to win a medal this time. He may have to play in a potential quarter-final against Japan's Akane Yamaguchi, which is a difficult task to overcome. Even if Sindhu works to defeat Yamaguchi, he will have to fight even tougher rivals.

Indus Fact File

  • Indus initially went to a badminton camp 56 km away from home every day for training.
  • Woke up at 4:15 a.m. and started practicing badminton.
  • Sindhu started her badminton training at Secunderabad with Mehboob Ali and then joined Pullela Gopichand's academy.
  • Sindhu is a huge fan of India's famous badminton player Pullela Gopichand.

Internationally, he won a bronze medal in the 2007 Sub-Junior Asian Badminton Championships held in Colombo. In 2010, Iran won a silver medal in the Fajr International Badminton Challenge. She reached the quarterfinals of the 2010 Junior World Badminton Championships in Mexico. She was a member of the Indian national team for the 2010 Uber Cup.

In 2013, he won a bronze medal at the World Championships. She has won bronze medals at the 2014 World Championships, Asian Games and Commonwealth Games. He won a bronze medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics and the 2017 World Championships. PV Sindhu has been honored with Arjuna Award in 2012, Padma Shri Award in 2015 and Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award since 2016. 

Sindhu made history by winning the BWF Badminton World Championship-2019 in Switzerland. She became the first Indian woman to win the Badminton World Championship. Olympic silver medalist Sindhu won the gold medal in the final of the BWF Badminton World Championships 2019 in Basel, Switzerland, beating world number four Nozomi Okuhara of Japan 21-7, 21-7 in a straight set. She has won silver and bronze medals at the Badminton World Championships in 2017 and 2018 and five medals in 2013 and 2014.

He earns so much money

According to Forbes' list of highest-earning female athletes in 2019, Sindhu's earnings are US 55 55 lakh (approximately Rs 38.86 crore). Forbes said, "Sindhu is the leading female athlete in the Indian market. She became the first Indian woman to win the BWF World Tour Finals in 2018.

Decided to become a shuttler from childhood

In 2001, Pullela Gopichand won the All England Open Badminton Championships, at which point Sindhu grew up and decided to become a shuttler. He started playing badminton when he was just 8 years old. He started his basic badminton training under the supervision of Mehboob Ali from the Railway Institute of Siglan Engineering Ground, Secunderabad. Sindhu then started training at Pulicha Gopichand's Gopichand Academy in Hyderabad. The story of Sindhu, who has won the World Championship, is a unique example of success, but she did not get that success overnight. PV Sindhu is a brilliant player. After winning a bronze medal at the 2009 Sub-Junior Asian Badminton Championships, Sindhu has never looked back.

At the age of 18, Sindhu had won a bronze medal at the World Championships and became the first player to achieve such a feat. Sindhu is one of the only financially successful women players in India. He made પાંચ 500,000 playing badminton in 2018 and another 80 8 million from advertising. That meant he earned 63 1.63 million per week, which is more than many cricketers earn.

Apart from badminton, Sindhu enjoys listening to music. Excluding food, fashion and family, Sindhu's entire focus is on the Tokyo Olympics-2020. Winning an Olympic medal again is his biggest dream. Sindhu wants to win a gold medal this year. He wants to be India's first Olympic gold medalist.

Find out which medals have been won

Olympic Games
Silver2016 Rio de JaneiroWomen’s singles
World Championship
Gold2019 BaselWomen’s singles
Silver2017 GlasgowWomen’s singles
Silver2018 NanjingWomen’s singles
Bronze2013 CopenhagenWomen’s singles
Bronze2014 GuangzhouWomen’s singles
Uber Cup
Bronze2014 New DelhiWomen’s team
Bronze2016 KunshanWomen’s team
Asian Game
Silver2018 Jakarta–PalembangWomen’s singles
Bronze2014 IncheonWomen’s team
Commonwealth Game
Gold2018 Gold CoastMixed team
Silver2018 Gold CoastWomen’s singles
Bronze2014 GlasgowWomen’s singles
Asian Championships
Bronze2014 GimcheonWomen’s singles
South Asian Game
Gold2016 Guwahati–ShillongWomen’s team
Silver2016 Guwahati–ShillongWomen’s singles
Commonwealth Youth Game
Gold2011 DouglasGirls’ singles
Asian Junior Championships
Gold2012 GimcheonGirls’ singles
Bronze2011 LucknowGirls’ singles
Bronze2011 LucknowMixed team

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