P.V Sindhu

P.V Sindhu is a famous Indian badminton player, She is started his career at a very young age. She chooses badminton why because she inspired by the Pullela Gopichand victory of All England Open Badminton Championship in 2001. Now he is the Coach of Pullela Gopichand in Gopichand academy of Badminton from Hyderabad, She is a Right Handed Player. she was born on Andhra Pradesh. Her father is P.V Ramana and her mother is P.V Vijaya, he is a Volleyball Player. She has One sister is also a sports person, She is the National level handball player. She completed his Schooling from Auxilium High School from Secunderabad, She studied his college from St Anna’s women’s college from Mehdipatnam. Currently, she is pursuing an MBA. She is practicing sessions will start every day from 4 am to the last 4 years. Recently she signed for a Chinese sports brand as Brand Ambassador for 50 crores. She is Preparing to get the Gold medal in the Tokyo Olympics for 2020.

Name:- Venkata Sindhu

SurName: Pusarla

Full name:  Pusarla Venkata Sindhu

Sex: Female

Marital Status: Single

Mother Name: P. Vijaya

Father Name: P.V Ramana

Sister: P.V Divya

Qualification: Pursuing MBA

Date of birth: July 5th, 1995

Age:  24 years

Profession: Indian Badminton Player

Born:   Andhra Pradesh, India

Native Place: Hyderabad, Telangana, India.

Nationality:    Indian

Religion: Hindu

Height:  in Centimetres 179 CM

Weight: in Kilograms 65 Kg

Coach:-  Pullela Gopichand

Academy:  Gopichand Badminton  Academy, Hyderabad

Handedness: Right

Hobbies: Travelling and Gym.

Here are the P.V Sindhu records and medals.

Olympic Games:

She won a silver medal with second place from Rio De Janeiro in 2016 in Women’s singles.

World Championships:

She won a silver medal with second place from Glasgow in 2017 in Women’s singles.

She won a silver medal with second place from Nanjing in 2018 in Women’s singles.

She won a Bronze medal with third place from Guangzhou in 2013 in Women’s Singles.

She won a Bronze medal with third place from Copenhagen in 2014 in Women’s Singles.

Asian Games:

She won a silver medal with second place from Jakarta – Palembang in 2018 in Women’s singles.

She won a Bronze medal with third place from Incheon in 2014  in Women’s singles.

Commonwealth Games:

She won a Gold medal with First place from Gold Coast in 2018  in Mixed team.

She won a Silver medal with Second place from Gold Coast in 2018  in Women’s singles.

She won a Bronze medal with third place from Glasgow in 2014  in Women’s singles.

Uber Cup:

She won a Bronze medal with third place from New Delhi in 2014  in Women’s team.

She won a Bronze medal with third place from Kunshan in 2016  in the Women’s team.

Asian Championships:

She won a Bronze medal with third place from Gimcheon in 2014  in the Women’s Singles.

South Asian Games:

She won a Gold medal with First place from Guwahati in 2016  in the Women’s team.

She won a Silver medal with Second place from Guwahati in 2016  in Women’s singles.

Commonwealth Youth Games:

She won a Gold medal with First place from Douglas in 2011  in Girls Single.

Asian Junior Championships:

She won a Gold medal with First place from Gimcheon in 2012  in Girls Single.

She won a Bronze medal with third place from Lucknow in 2011  in the Girls Single.

She won a Bronze medal with third place from Lucknow in 2011  in the Mixed team.

Sindhu Won the rewards when she won the silver medal in the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics. She received from the Telangana government has given 5 crores money reward and land grant.From Andhra Pradesh Government has given 3 crores as prize money and Deputy  Collector job as Group A cadre and 1000 sq yards land grant. 2 crore money from Delhi Government, Bharat Petroleum Corporation offered a Job as an Assistant  sports manager, From Government of Haryana 50 lakhs as a Prize money, From Government of Madhya Pradesh 50 lakhs as Prize money, Badminton Association of India has given 50 lakhs, Ministry of Youth and Sport has given 50 lakhs, Cricketer Sachin Tendulkar gifted a BMW Car.

Awards :

She received a Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Highest sporting honor of India in the year of 2016.

She received a Padma Shri, The fourth highest civilian award of India in the of the year of  2015.

She received the Arjuna Award in the year of 2013.

She received Sportsperson of the year from FICCI in 2014.

She received Indian of the year from NDTV in 2014.

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