Birthday: July 5, 1995
Well known: Badminton Players Indian Women
Age: 23 Years, 23 Year Old Females
Sun Sign: Cancer
Otherwise called: Pusarla Venkata Sindhu
Conceived In: Hyderabad
Well known As: Badminton Player
Tallness: 5’10” (178 cm), 5’10” Females
Father: P. V. Ramana
Mother: P. Vijaya
City: Hyderabad, India
P.V. Sindhu is an Indian expert badminton player who earned boundless acclaim in the wake of winning a silver award in the 2016 Rio Olympics. With this success, she turned into the first and most youthful Indian lady to win a silver award at the Olympics. She likewise turned into the second Indian badminton player to win an Olympic award after Saina Nehwal. In 2013, she won a bronze award at the Badminton World Championships to turn into the primary Indian ladies’ singles player to do as such. She rehashed this accomplishment the extremely one year from now by winning another bronze decoration. She has officially won various decorations for her nation, which helped her procure the country’s best two games respects, the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna and the Arjuna Award. She was additionally granted the Padma Shri, India’s fourth most elevated nonmilitary personnel grant, in March 2015. While being destined to a family profoundly established in games may have helped her, as indicated by her mentor Pullela Gopichand, her assurance and pledge to the game is the purpose for her prosperity.
Youth and Early Life
- Pusarla Venkata Sindhu was conceived on July 5, 1995, in Hyderabad, India, to P. V. Ramana and P. Vijaya. Both her folks have been national dimension volleyball players. Her dad, Ramana, who was an individual from the Indian volleyball crew that won the bronze decoration in 1986 Seoul Asian Games, got the Arjuna Award in 2000 for his commitment to the games.
- She has a senior sister, P. V. Divya, who was a national-level handball player. Be that as it may, she was not keen on seeking after elite athletics and turned into a specialist. She later hitched US based programming engineer, Anurag Kumar.
- Sindhu was motivated by Pullela Gopichand’s success in All England Badminton Championship in 2001 and wound up intrigued by badminton.
- She began playing badminton at six years old, and her dad later begun taking her to the badminton courts of Indian Railway Institute of Signal Engineering and Telecommunications in Secunderabad. As a seven-year-old, she couldn’t play with senior players, yet following the exhortation of famous badminton mentor Mehboob Ali, she would do divider practice till the paint on the divider stripped off.
- In 2004, she went under the tutelage of Pullela Gopichand. Under Gopichand’s direction, she won the duplicates title at the fifth Servo All India title and the singles title at the Ambuja Cement All India competition, playing in the under-10 classification.
- At under-13 level, she won the singles title at the Sub-youngsters in Pondicherry, pairs titles at the Krishna Khaitan All India Tournament, IOC All India Ranking, the Sub-Junior Nationals and the Pune All India Ranking. Afterward, she helped her under-14 group win gold award at the 51st National School Games in India.
- She went to Auxilium High School at her home city till ninth grade, after which she completed her training through correspondence because of her bustling timetable. She moved on from St. Ann’s College for Women in Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad, with a four year certification in business.
- V. Sindhu got global acknowledgment after she won a bronze decoration at the 2009 Sub-Junior Asian Badminton Championships in Colombo. The exceptionally one year from now, she figured out how to guarantee the silver decoration in the singles classification at the 2010 Iran Fajr International Badminton Challenge.
- At the 2010 Junior World Badminton Championships held in Mexico, she achieved the quarterfinals. She was additionally part of the Indian national group at the 2010 Uber Cup.
- She vanquished Japanese Player Nozomi Okuhara 18–21, 21–17, 22–20 to win Asia Youth Under 19 Championship on July 7, 2012.
- In the 2012 Li Ning China Masters Super Series competition, she accomplished an unexpected success by overcoming London 2012 Olympics gold medalist Li Xuerui of China by 21–19, 9–21, 21–16. In any case, in the elimination rounds, she lost to fourth seed Jiang Yanjiao of China by 10–21, 21–14, 19–21.
- In spite of her great execution in the China Open, she frustrated in the Japan Open, being crushed by Korean shuttler Bae Yeon Ju in the second round by 21–10, 12–21, 18–21. It was later uncovered that she continued knee damage during the China Open, which influenced her exhibition in the Japan Open.
- In 2012, she took an interest in the 77th Senior National Badminton Championships in Srinagar as her knee damage was obscure by then. She figured out how to achieve the finals, yet was vanquished by Sayali Gokhale for 15–21, 21–15, 15–21. Following this competition, she took rest to recuperate from her damage and missed the World Junior Championships.
- She took an interest in the Syed Modi India Grand Prix Gold occasion in Lucknow in December 2012. She achieved the last without losing a solitary set, however lost in the last to Indonesian player Linda Weni Fanetri.
- In 2013, she won her first Grand Prix Gold title by vanquishing Gu Juan from Singapore by 21–17, 17–21, 21–19 in the Malaysian Open. In August 2013, the then tenth seeded Sindhu vanquished the protecting hero, second seeded Wang Yihan of China, and achieved the ladies’ quarterfinals at the BWF World Championships. In the following game, she crushed another Chinese player, Wang Shixian, to turn into the primary Indian ladies singles player to win an award at the World Championships.
- V. Sindhu drove her group, Awadhe Warriors, in the 2013 Indian Badminton League. They beat Mumbai Marathas to achieve the finals, however lost to Hyderabad HotShots in the last. In December 2013, she vanquished Michelle Li from Canada to win the Macau Open Grand Prix Gold title as the top seeded player.
- At the 2014 Commonwealth Games, she lost to Michelle Li in the elimination round. In any case, she won another award in the BWF World Badminton Championships in 2014 to turn into the principal Indian to win two consecutive decorations in the competition.
- In 2015, for first time, she came to the last of a Super Series occasion, at the Denmark Open however lost to the shielding champion, Li Xuerui, in straight amusements by 19–21, 12–21.
- At the 2015 Macau Open Grand Prix Gold title, she was the shielding champion in the wake of winning the title for two successive years. She vanquished Japan’s Minatsu Mitani in the last by 21–9, 21–23, 21–14 and effectively guarded her title.
- Sindhu began 2016 by winning the Malaysia Masters Grand Prix Gold ladies’ singles title in January. She vanquished Scotland’s Kirsty Gilmour in the last and guaranteed the title for the second time after 2013.
- She was picked as the skipper of the Chennai Smashers group for the 2016 Premier Badminton League. She helped her group fit the bill for the elimination round by winning every one of the five of the gathering association matches. Her group lost to Delhi Acers in the elimination round.
- At the Rio Olympics 2016 ladies’ singles occasion, Sindhu achieved the finals however lost to the top seed Carolina Marin of Spain in the finals. Sindhu turned into the main Indian lady to win an Olympic Silver decoration.
Grants and Achievements
- V. Sindhu made history by turning into the most youthful and first Indian lady to win an Olympic Silver decoration in 2016 Rio Olympics.
- She was granted the Arjuna Award for badminton in 2013. She likewise got the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award for badminton in 2016. These are the two unmistakable games grants given in India.
- In 2015, the Indian Government offered to her the Padma Shri grant. It is the fourth most astounding regular citizen respect granted in India.
- In 2014, she got the FICCI Breakthrough Sportsperson of the year grant. That year, NDTV named her the Indian of the Year 2014.
- Individual Life and Legacy
- V. Sindhu has been a worker of Bharat Petroleum since July 2013. She joined their Hyderabad office as an associate games supervisor and was elevated to appointee sports administrator after her silver-award succeed at the Rio Olympics.
- Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar exhibited her and two other Rio Olympic stars, Dipa Karmakar and Sakshi Malik, with BMW vehicles in 2016 after her silver decoration win. The endowments were supported by previous Andhra batsman V Chamundeshwarnath, who at present fills in as the Hyderabad District Badminton Association president.
V. Sindhu, who achieved the last of a level three occasion just because during the 2012 Syed Modi International India Grand Prix Gold competition, missed her senior sister’s wedding for it. She would have liked to blessing the trophy to her sister, however lost the game to Linda Weni Fanetri of Indonesia.
She missed ordinary school life as she needed to finish her instruction by means of correspondence because of her preparation and game occasions. Nonetheless, she referenced that going all through the world more than compensated for it.
Cricket legend, Sachin Tendulkar, displayed her a BMW vehicle, after she won a silver decoration in 2016 Rio Olympics.