Saina Nehwal is an Indian Badminton player who is one of the world’s leading Badminton players. She is India’s first badminton player to become the world’s leading single female athlete.
Saina Nehwal, is a badminton legend and was born on March 17, 1990 in Kissar, Haryana region. Saina Nehwal inherited genes from her parents. Dr. Harvir Singh and mother Usha Rani, a former state badminton champion. She is undoubtedly the best female athlete in India. Nana Prasad first coached Saina. After this he was coached by SD Arif, a Badminton coach who received medals while his family moved to Hyderabad, Pullela Gopichand Badminton Academy became his training ground where he developed his game and coached his skills.
After five years of hard work, he won the first international match at the Indian Satellite Tournament in 2003, where he was the first of 16 players. That same year, he won the Junior Czech Open tournament. He was second in the 2004 Commonwealth Youth Games. His incredible interest in Ace led him to win twice in the Asian Satellite Badminton Tournament, once in 2005 and 2006.
In 2006, Saina became the first Indian woman to win the Super Series tournament, the Philippines Open. After that, he won the Super Series, won the World Junior Championship in 2008, the Chinese Taipei Open Grand Prix Gold, the Indian National Badminton Championship and the Commonwealth Youth Games. To keep a record of all his victories, he was announced as the most promising player of the same year in 2008. In 2009, he became the first Indian to win the Badminton World Federation (BWF) Super Series title, the premier badminton series by winning the Indonesian Open.
He also reached the quarter-finals of the World Championship, in 2009, and was awarded the Arjuna Award when his work was awarded with one award. Saina won the CNN-IBN Indian Sports of the Year 2009 category In addition, many other awards and awards were reduced in her court as Padma in 2010 and award-winning Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna won the gold medal as one of eight Commonwealth Games ambassadors. 2010, when the Indian Sports History Seen a good moment in
From the beginning, Saina gave her best to her work and passion. Their graph of success is clear with a determined and trained player. From 2010 to 2011, Saina also won several super-series, including Singapore, Hong Kong, Indonesia Open Series and Switzerland Open. When Saina became the first Indian woman to win a badminton medal at the 2008 London Olympics, it was a memorable year for Saina and India.
Saina was named world champion in 2015 when she won her first women’s singles title in the Indian Open Badminton World Federation (BWF) Super Series, beating Ratchanok Intan of Thailand. He received the 2015 Most Excellent Player of the Year award. Saina is the only one behind Prakash Padukone to win the One Day Open Super Series title.
Winning an medal at the Olympics, Saina was financially rewarded by Haryana Government, Rajasthan Government, Andhra Pradesh Government and the Badminton Association of India. He also supports the ‘Olympic Gold Quest’, a sports and sports support program. Seeing and supporting who has the potential to win an Indian athlete and an Olympic gold medal with a proven track record, is a product ambassador for the Sahara Indian family.
Saina’s hunger goes up to success and she is always trying to win high attempts. The amazing performance of the closing players in the game not only gained their wealth and reputation, but also honored players from all walks of life. He is the highest paid (non-cricket) player in the country. The development of his success and greatness has made him one of the most famous sportsmen in India. Every sport in the world, even though it falls into the success of women, remains in the world and offers a very meaningful life.