PV Sindhu BioGraphy : PV Sindhu’s full name is “Pusarla Venkata Sindhu”, who is an Indian professional badminton player. She was the first woman to win an Olympic silver medal for India and she and Saina Nehwal are the only two Indian badminton players to have won an Olympic medal for India. Apart from this, she won silver medal in women’s singles in Commonwealth Games 2018. She went on to win silver medals for India in both the 2017 BWF World Championships and the 2018 BWF World Championships. Not only this, she also won the silver medal for India in the Asian Games 2018, which was held in Indonesia.
PV Sindhu BioGraphy
PV Sindhu was born on 5 July 1995. Her birth place is Macherla, Andhra Pradesh. Her father’s name is PV Ramana. Her mother’s name is P Vijaya. Her parents were volleyball players. Sindhu was very impressed with badminton player Pullela Gopichand, seeing her, she started playing badminton. Initially, Sindhu took training in badminton from coach Mehboob Ali, she used to train at the stadium of Railway Institute in Secunderabad.
P. V. Sindhu Career
PV Sindhu BioGraphy: PV Sindhu’s first international success came in 2009 in the Sub Junior Asian Badminon Championships held in Colombo where she won a bronze medal. She won the title by defeating Japanese player in the Asia Youth Under 19 Championships held in 2012. In the li ning china masters super series held this year, Sindhu surprised everyone by defeating Jiang Yanjiao of China, the gold medalist of London Olympics. In the Syed Modi Indian Grand Prix held in Lucknow in 2012 itself, she traveled to the final without a match green but sadly lost in the final to Indonesia’s player. In 2005, Sindhu defeated Japan’s player to win the Macao open grand prix gold championship. 2016 was the most special for Sidhu, in January she won the Malaysia Masters title. And in the same year, she won the silver medal in the Olympics held in Rio, Brazil. Sindhu competed with Carolina Marine of Spain in the final match but sadly Sindhu could not win this match.
PV Sindhu Education
PV Sindhu BioGraphy ,PV has done her schooling from Auxilium High School. She enrolled herself in St. Ann’s College for MBA and later passed her intermediate examination from Mehdipatnam.
|PV Sindhu BioGraphy|
|Real Name||Pusarla Venkata Sindhu|
|Nick name||P.V Sindhu|
|Age||26 Year Year Old|
|Date Of Birth||5 July 1995|
|Religion||kapu / naidu|
|Birth Place||Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh (now in Telangana), India|
|Coach Name||Park Tae-sang|
|PV Sindhu Family|
|Father Name||P. V. Ramana|
|Mother Name||P. Vijaya|
|Sister Name||PV Divya|
|Husband Name||Yet Not married|
|PV Sindhu Education|
|School Name||Auxilium High School, Secunderabad|
|University Name||St. Ann’s College for Women, Mehdipatnam|
|PV Sindhu Physical Status|
|Height||1.79 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Weight||65 kg (143 lb)|
|Shoe Size||Don’t know|
|Bra size||Approx 36 B|
|Butt Size||Approx 36 inches|
|Waist Size||Approx 30 inches|
|Dress Size||4 (US) Approx|
|PV Sindhu Relationship Status|
|Are you married ?||No|
|Is she Lesbian||No|
|Any Affair||Yet Not|
|Boy Friend||Yet Not|
|Husband Name||Yet Not|
|PV Sindhu Social Network|
|PV Sindhu (Women singles)|
|Career record||344 wins, 148 losses|
|Highest ranking||2 (7 April 2017)|
|Current ranking||7 (23 March 2021|
P. V. Sindhu Interesting Fact
- She is a right handed player.
- Her highest rank was 9 in 2014.
- Her career gained momentum when she won the gold medal in the singles event of the 2011 Douglas Commonwealth Youth Games.
- she took her basic training of badminton from Mehboob Ali from Indian Railway Institute, Secunderabad and later she started taking training from Pullela Gopichand’s Badminton Academy and she is also their current coach.
- Her coach Pullela Gopichand is also the chief coach of the Indian badminton team.
- She is a hardworking athlete, we can say this because she gives time to her sports by following a rigorous training schedule.
- She wakes up at exactly 4.15 A.M for her badminton training.
- Her father was a volleyball player.
P. V. Sindhu Favorites
- She like to eat biriyani very much.
- Her favorite actors are Prabhas, Mahesh Babu and Hrithik Roshan.
- She likes watching movies and watching sports
P. V. Sindhu Award & recognition
|Award & recognition|
|Award for winning the silver medal at the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics||
PV Sindhu Personal life
P. V. Sindhu, the first Indian shuttler to win the World Championship, is not married yet. Nor is she dating anyone right now. We will get any updates regarding her personal life, we will update here in this post immediately.
PV Sindhu Net Worth
The popularity and brand value of India’s top badminton player PV Sindhu is skyrocketing these days. PV Sindhu is the only Indian player in the list of top 15 highest-paid female players in the world released by Forbes. Most of Sindhu’s earnings come from endorsements and sponsorships. And after she won the silver medal in the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics, she was given a lot of money by the Government of India and the State Government. All her details are available in this post, you can check who gave how much amount to PV Sindhu. So overall the net worth of PV Sindhu is around $20 million.
PV Sindhu- Olympic Games
- Silver medal – 2nd place 2016 Rio de Janeiro Women’s singles
PV Sindhu -World Championships
- Gold medal – 1st place 2019 Basel Women’s singles
- Silver medal – 2nd place 2017 Glasgow Women’s singles
- Silver medal – 2nd place 2018 Nanjing Women’s singles
- Bronze medal – 3rd place 2013 Copenhagen Women’s singles
- Bronze medal – 3rd place 2014 Guangzhou Women’s singles
PV Sindhu -Uber Cup
- Bronze medal –3rd place 2014 New Delhi Women’s team
- Bronze medal –3rd place 2016 Kunshan Women’s team
PV Sindhu -Asian Games
- Silver medal – 2nd place 2018 Jakarta–Palembang Women’s singles
- Bronze medal – 3rd place 2014 Incheon Women’s team
PV Sindhu -Commonwealth Games
- Gold medal – 1st place 2018 Gold Coast Mixed team
- Silver medal – 2nd place 2018 Gold Coast Women’s singles
- Bronze medal – 3rd place 2014 Glasgow Women’s singles
PV Sindhu -Asian Championships
- Bronze medal – 3rd place 2014 Gimcheon Women’s singles
PV Sindhu -South Asian Games
- Gold medal – 1st place 2016 Guwahati–Shillong Women’s team
- Silver medal – 2nd place 2016 Guwahati–Shillong Women’s singles
PV Sindhu -Commonwealth Youth Games
- Gold medal – 1st place 2011 Douglas Girls’ singles
PV Sindhu -Asian Junior Championships
- Gold medal – 1st place 2012 Gimcheon Girls’ singles
- Bronze medal – 3rd place 2011 Lucknow Girls’ singles
- Bronze medal – 3rd place 2011 Lucknow Mixed team
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