P V Sindhu Biography

P. V. Sindhu is an Indian Badminton player. She is the first lady who have won consecutively two silver in Olympics. She has really done for India. Here in this post you will know PV Sindhu’s Biography, Story, Biography, Biography, Birth, Education, Latest News, Tokyo Olympics (Tokyo Olympic, Medal, Coach, Age, Husband, Latest Update, Family, Caste, Ranking News, Next Match)

One of the daughters who made our country India proud in the Olympic Games is a professional badminton player: PV Sindhu. She is the first Indian woman to win an international Olympic silver medal and with this she has become India’s fifth female Olympic medalist. Let us give you information about it by throwing light on their life.

Name Pusarla Venkata Sindhu
Age 21 Years 5 July, 1995
Birth Place Hyderabad, Telangana, India
Father’s Name P V Raman [Former Volleyball Player]
Mother’s Name P. Vijaya [Former Volleyball Player]
Siblings P.V. Divya
College Saint N College For Women, Mehdipatnam [MBA Pursuing]
Residence Hyderabad, (India)
Nationality Indian
Profession International Female Badminton Player
Handedness Right Hand
Coach Pullela Gopichand
Highest Ranking 9 [13 March, 2014]
Current Ranking 10 [7 April, 2016]

PV Sindhu Birth, Family and Childhood [Birth, Family and Childhood]

Pusarla Venkata Sindhu was born on July 5, 1995. Her father’s name is P.V.Raman and her mother is P.Vijaya. Both her mother and father have been former volleyball players of our country. She also has a sister, whose name is PV Divya. In the year 2000, her father PV Raman was awarded the Arjuna Award for his sport. Therefore, the reason for her interest in sports is clear that she saw such an environment in her own home. But she was not attracted to volleyball, the sports field of her parents, instead she chose to play badminton. The reason behind this was that she was very much impressed by the success of Pullela Gopichand, who was the All England Open badminton champion in the year 2001. Then Sindhu also started playing badminton at the age of 8.

PV Sindhu Initial Training and Coach [Early Training and Coach]

Sindhu started learning badminton at the Indian Railway Institute of Signal Engineering and Telecommunication in Secunderabad under the supervision of Mehboob Ali. After this she enrolled in the Badminton Academy of Pullela Gopichand. According to her coach Pullela Gopichand, “The most important thing about Sindhu’s personality is that she never gives up and keeps trying.” According to The Hindu, “She used to come on time every day despite the coaching camp being 56 km away from her home, which also shows her dedication to the sport.”

PV Sindhu Career

Sindhu has achieved great success in her young age. The year wise details about his career are as under -:

Sindhu was a bronze medalist at the international level in the 2009 Sub-Junior Asian Badminton Championships held in Colombo.

In the year 2010, she won the silver medal in the singles category in the Iran Fajr International Badminton Challenge. In the same year in the Junior World Badminton Championships held in Mexico, Sindhu reached the quarter-finals. In the year 2010 itself, she was also a team member of the Indian National Team in the Uber Cup.

Year 2012 -:

On June 14, 2012, she lost to Germany’s Juliane Schenk at the Indonesia Open.
On July 7, 2012, he defeated Japanese player Nozomi Okuhara in the final and won the Asia Youth Under 19 Championship.
She surprised everyone by defeating China’s Olympic gold medalist Li Xuerui in the China Master Super Series tournament in London 2012.
This year she reached the best ranking of her career at 15 through her sports performance.
year 2013 -:

This year Sindhu defeated Chinese player Wang Shixian in the World Championship and became India’s first women’s singles medalist.
He was also honored with the Arjuna Award by the Government of India this year for his outstanding performance.
Year 2014 -:

She lost after reaching the semi-final stage in the women’s singles at the Glasgow Commenwealth Games.
She created history by winning 2 consecutive medals in the World Badminton Championship and became the first Indian to do so.
Year 2015 -:

In November 2015, she won her third women’s singles event at the Macau Open Grand Prix Gold.
Year 2016 -:

She won the Malaysia Masters Grand Prix Gold Women’s Singles earlier this year itself i.e. in January 2016.
Sindhu became the captain of Chennai Samsher team in the Premier Badminton League and won 5 matches and led the team to the semi-finals, but here her team lost to Delhi Acers.
In her quarterfinal match, she defeated World No. 2 player Wang Yihan.
On August 18, 2016, at the 2016 Summer Olympics, she defeated Nozomi Okuhara of Japan in the women’s singles.
Sindhu won the silver medal and became the youngest medal winning player of the country.
Year 2017 –:

In 2017, the India Open Super Series was held in Delhi from March to April. In this, Sindhu had competed with the world’s famous badminton player Carolina, Sindhu had created a new history by defeating her.
In August 2017, the BWF World Championships was held in Scotland, where Sindhu reached the final, where she competed with Nozomi Okuhara of Japan. Sindhu had to face defeat here, after which she got the silver medal.
In 2017 itself, the Korea Open Super Series was held in Korea, in which Sindhu once again faced Japan’s Okuhara. Here Sindhu took revenge of his old defeat by defeating Okuhara in the final. With this, Sindhu became the first Indian woman to win the Korea Open.
In August 2017, Sindhu was appointed as the Deputy Collector in Krishna district in the office of the Chief Commissioner under the Revenue Department, Government of Andhra Pradesh. This was a big achievement for Sindhu.
The Dubai World Super Series was held at the end of 2017, in which Sindhu went to the final and faced Japan’s Akane Yamaguchi. In this too, Sindhu had to be content with the silver medal.

Year 2018 –:

The much-discussed All England Open was held in England in 2018. Here Sindhu was up against world’s third ranked badminton player Akane Yamaguchi. After losing to them, Sindhu was ranked number four in the world. People believed that it was Sindhu’s best performance till date in the All England Open Championship.
Sindhu participated in the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast. Sindhu won the gold medal by participating in the mixed team event, along with she got the silver medal in women’s singles.
In 2018, Sindhu won the silver medal for the second time in a row by participating in the World Championships. This was Sindhu’s fourth medal at the World Championships.
The BWF World Tour tournament was held in China in December 2018. In the last badminton series of the year 2018, Sindhu won this final match. Sindhu was the first female badminton player to win this tournament, along with this she had registered her name in the pages of history.
In 2018, Sindhu was ranked seventh in the list of “Highest-Paid Female Athlete 2018” by the famous magazine Forbes.
In the 2018 Asian Games, Sindhu had a final match against Jakarta’s Tai Tzu-Ying, to whom she lost.
PV Sindhu, a silver medalist at the Olympics, set all Indians high by winning gold in the season-ending BWF World Tour Finals. She was the first Indian woman to win it.
Year 2019 -:

In the beginning of 2019, PBL was organized in India, where Sindhu was bought by Hyderabad Hunters during the auction. Sindhu had performed brilliantly in this entire series, she reached the semi-finals. Here he had a match with Mumbai Rockets, from whom he had to face defeat.
The first badminton international match in early 2019 is the Indonesia Master Open. In which Sindhu also reached the quarter-finals. But here he competed with Spain’s gold medalist Carolina Marin, where Sindhu could not stand in front of Marin’s master stroke and had to be out of the Indonesia Master. Sindhu has made special preparations for this game, he wishes to start his 2019 with the Indonesia Open title.
P V Sindhu Tokyo Olympics 2021
PV Sindhu won the quarterfinal match by defeating Akane Yamaguchi of Japan 2-0 in today’s quarterfinal match. After this victory, PV Sindhu has now reached the semi-finals.

PV Sindhu last Olympics which was held in Rio. After winning the silver medal there, PV Sindhu has participated in the Tokyo Olympics held in 2021 this year as well. This year also she is doing her best with double the enthusiasm. His first match was with Israel’s Ksenia Polikarpova on July 25, followed by the next match with Hong Kong’s Cheung Ngan Yi. In both of these, Sindhu won. Due to this great performance, PV Sindhu has reached the quarterfinals today. Yes, she has made her place in the quarterfinals by defeating Mia Blichfeldt in the pre-quarters. He won this match by 21-15.

PV Sindhu Tokyo Olympic Next Match (P V Sindhu Next Match)
PV Sindhu’s semi-final match is from 3:20 pm on July 31. In this match, PV Sindhu is facing China’s Taipei. After winning the semi-final match, PV Sindhu will be sure to bring a medal for India.

PV Sindhu’s next match i.e. quarterfinal match is with Aiken Yamaguchi of Japan at 1:15 pm tomorrow. With this match, there is a hope of all Indians whether PV Sindhu will bring a medal for India or not.

PV Sindhu Achievements [Achievement] -:

इंडिविजुअल टाइटल्स [Individual Titles] –

2016 चाइना ओपन सुन यू 21-11,17-21,21-11
2017 सयेद मोदी इंटरनेशनल ग्रेगोरिया मारिस्का 21-13, 21-14
2017 इंडिया ओपन कैरोलिना मरीन 21-19, 21-16
2017 कोरिया ओपन नोज़ोमि ओकुहारा 22–20, 11-21, 21–18
2018 वर्ल्ड टूर फाइनल नोज़ोमि ओकुहारा 21-19, 21-17

इंडिविजुअल रनरउप  [Individual Runners-up] –

2017 बीडब्लूऍफ़ सुपर सीरीज फाइनल अकाने यामागुची 21-15, 12–21, 19–21
2018 इंडिया ओपन बेईवें 18-21, 21-11, 20-22
2018 थाईलैंड ओपन नोज़ोमि ओकुहारा 15-21, 18-21

पी. 

PV Sindhu National Award [National]-:
Padma Shri, The Youth Highest Civilian Award of India [Year 2015],
Arjuna Award [2013] In 2016, Sindhu was awarded the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award for her outstanding performance in badminton.
PV Sindhu Other Honors [Others] -:
FICCI Breakthrough Sports Person of the Year 2014,
NDTV Indian of the Year 2014,
After winning the Macau Open Badminton Championship in the year 2015, Rs 10 lakh was given by the Badminton Association of India.
5 lakhs given by Badminton Association of India after winning the Malaysia Masters in the year 2016 [for winning the 2016 Rio Olympics.] For qualifying as an Olympic participant, actor Salman Khan was given Rs 1.01 lakh.
PV Sindhu Like and Dislike
Favorite Food Biryani, Chinese and Italian Food
Watching Hobbies Movies
Favorite Actor Hrithik Roshan, Prabhas, Mahesh Babu
PV Sindhu’s Look

पी. वी. सिंधु का लुक (Saina’s Look)

कद (Height) 5 फीट 10.5 इंच
वजन (Weight) 65 किलो
शारीरिक माप (Body Measurement) 34-26-36
आंखों का रंग (Eye Colour) काला
बालों का रंग (Hair Colour) काला

पी

PV Sindhu Interesting information –
Sindhu has always been very hardworking. Sindhu used to do badminton training every morning from 4:15 am.
In 2000, Sindhu’s father PV Raman was awarded the Arjuna Award, the highest honor in the sports world, for his unforgettable contribution to the national volleyball game.
In this way, Sindhu has not only achieved success by winning various competitions, but has also illuminated the name of her country India in the world. We congratulate them on their successes and wish them all the best for their bright future.

FAQ
Q: Who is PV Sindhu?
Ans: Indian badminton player.

Q: How old is PV Sindhu?
Ans: 26 years

Q: What is the full name of PV Sindhu?
Ans: Pusarla Venkata Sindhu

Q: When was PV Sindhu born?
Ans: On 5th July 1995

Q: PV Sindhu belongs to which state?
Ans: Hyderabad, Telangana

Q: What is the name of PV Sindhu’s husband?
Ans: Not married yet.

Q: Who is the national coach of PV Sindhu?
Ans: Pullela Gopichand

Q: PV Sindhu is related to which sport?
Ans: Badminton

Q: When did PV Sindhu win the Macau Open title?
Ans: On 1st December 2013

Q: Who was the opposition in PV Sindhu’s Macau Open?
Ans: Michelle Lee of Canada

Q: Which Indian was the first player to win the world title in badminton?
Ans: PV Sindhu

Q: Who was the first Indian woman to win an Olympic medal in Racket Games?
Ans: Sania Nehwal