pv sindhu biography

B. V. Venkata Sindhu is the name of the Indus name of Indus. On July 5, 1995, p. V. Ramana, p. Vijay was born in Hyderabad. The couple was volleyball players. Ramana ancestors belong to the West Godavari district. He was born in Nirmal, Adilabad district. He moved to Guntur by employment.

Ramana settled in Hyderabad for his volleyball career, with a job in the railway. Successful mother of Vijayawada. In 2000, Ramana received the Arjuna Award. Her parents both played volleyball players with Sindhu’s Pullela Gopichand’s inspiration badminton. Gopichand had won the All England Badminton tournament and was the man of the news. The Sindhu started playing badminton at age eight.

On September 21, 2012, Sind was the first to win the top 20 list in the rankings of the International Badminton Federation. On the 10th of 2013, China has been the first Indian to win the World Badminton Championships in the World Badminton Confederation. On March 30, 2015, the Government of India has given the Padma Shri to the Indus.

On August 18, 2016, she became the first Indian woman to reach the final of the badminton division of Olympics by defeating Japan’s Nozomi Omkara in the semi-finals of the Rio Olympics. She was the youngest Indian player to become the first Indian woman to win the silver medal at the Olympics in the subsequent final. Saina Nehwal is the second Indian athlete to win the medal in Badminton after her bronze in 2012 Olympics.

She won the silver medal at the Rio Olympics in 2016 and became the first woman to win a silver medal in the Olympic competition in 2013. In the year 2013, the world’s 12th player PV Sindhu, the world’s 12th player in the World Senior Championship, Carter went down to the final, defeating a better-ranked Chinese player than him.

PV Sindhu, India’s second medalist, was awarded India for the 2016 Rio Olympics medals. In the women’s singles division, the Group A beat Meyveli Lee of Canada 2-1 to defeat Laura Sarkozy of Hungary 2-0 to win the Chinese Taipei Queen in the 16 the round and reach the quarterfinals.

In the quarterfinals, China defeated Wang Ihan 2-0 in the semifinals. In the semi-finals of August 18, 2016, she fought hard with Japanese sportsman Nizamomi Okuhara and reached the finals to win 2-0.

In the finals of August 19, 2016, Spain’s Carolina Marin fought hard and lost 21-19, 12-21, 15-21. The women’s singles badminton at the Olympics has earned India the first and only silver medal in the sport.

Indira Gandhi National Award for Indira Gandhi National Award The Padma Shri award (2015), Arjuna Award (2014) for her outstanding performance in the badminton.