Saina Nehwal | Biography | Age | Career in Details | Achievements

Biography of Saina Nehwal

Today girls are not behind any of the boys in any field. Whether it is the field of education, technical field or the field of sports. Women have made their own identity in every place and have brightened the name of their country around the world. Today I am going to talk of a similar daughter who has emerged as a source of inspiration for all girls. I am talking about Indian badminton player Saina Nehwal. Currently Saina Nehwal is one of the best players in the world. Saina, who won medal in badminton in the Olympic Games, became the first Indian woman.

 Introduction: - Saina Nehwal was born on March 17, 1990 in a Jat family of Hisar, Haryana. His father's name is Dr. Harisingh Nahwal and mother's name is Usha Nehwal. Her father has been working as a scientist in Agriculture University of Hisar and her mother is a domestic lady. Saina's primary education was done in Hisar, but later her father had moved to Hyderabad due to transfer. Saina completed her 12th education from St. Aens College, Hyderabad. Saina is also fond of karate in childhood. During school education, Saina also won brown belt in karate.

Saina's parents have both been a good badminton player at the state level. Due to being a badminton player of both, Saina's tendency was to Badminton from the very beginning. Father Harvir Singh gave full support and encouragement to the daughter looking at the badminton interest. Saina got the initial training of Badminton from coach Nani Prasad at Lal Bahadur Stadium in Hyderabad, later Saina was trained by Dronacharya Award winner SM Arif. After that he was trained by Pullal Gopichand till September 2014. Currently Saina is training with former Indian badminton champion and national coach Vimal Kumar. Saina Nehwal plays for Awadh Warriors in the Indian Badminton League. She was named as the world’s no. 1 badminton player on 2 April, 2015. If you talk about Saina's achievements, I have less words for her achievements. He never looked back, he went through difficulties and reversing the situation and getting medals on medal.

Saina's achievements :-

Tournament

Venue

Year

Medal

Olympic

Beijing, China

2008

Quarter finals

Olympic

London, England

2012

 

bronze

Commonwealth Games

Melbourne, australia

2006

bronze

Commonwealth Games

Delhi, India

2010

Gold

Commonwealth Games

 

Quineland, Australia

2018

Gold

Badminton asia championship

Wuhan

2016

Bronze

Badminton asia championship

Delhi, India

2010

Bronze

Asian Games

Incheon, South Korea

2014

Bronze

Uber Cup

Delhi, India

2014

Bronze

Indian National Badminton Championships

Delhi, India

2007, 2008

Gold

World junior badminton competition

Incheon, South Korea

2006

Silver

World junior badminton competition

Pune, India

2008

Gold

World Badminton Championship

Jakarta

2015

Silver

World Badminton Championship

Glasgow

2017

Bronze

 

 

BWF Super Series  : -

Tournament

Venue

Year

Medal

Korea Open Super Series Premier

South Korea

2012, 2013

 

Quarter finals

Malaysia Open Super Series Premier

Malaysia

2012, 2013

Bronze

All-England super series premiere

England

2015

Silver

India super

India

2015

Gold

Indonesia Super Series

Indonesia

2009, 2010, 2012

Gold

Singapore super series

Singapore

2010

Gold

China most super series

China

2008

Silver

Japan super series

Japan

2011

Silver

Australian Open

Australia

2014

Gold

Denmark Open

Denmark

2012

Gold

French super series

France

2012

Silver

China open super series

China

2014

Gold

Hong Kong Open Super Series

Hong Kong

 

2010

Gold

 

 BWF Super Series Masters Finals

China

2011

Silver

Bwf world competition

 

2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014

Quarter finals

BWF Grand Prix Gold and Grand Prix Contest: -

Tournament

Venue

Year

Medal

Swiss Open Grand Prix

Switzerland

2011, 2012

Gold

Thailand open

Thailand

2012

Gold

Malaysia Open

Malaysia

2011

Silver

India open

India

2009, 2010, 2014, 2015

Gold

 

Awards : - Saina Nehwal was honored with various awards: -

  • Arjuna Award                                  -          2009
  • Padam Shri                                     -          2010
  • Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award   -          2010
  • Padam Bhushan                             -         2016
  • CNN-IBN Indian of the Year in Sports in 2009
  • Big Star Most Entertaining Sportsperson of the Year in 2015

 

Money for Bronze Medal at the 2012 London Olympics: -

  •  1 crore rupees from the Government of Haryana Government
  •  ₹ 50 lakhs from the Rajasthan government
  •  ₹ 50 lakhs from Andhra Pradesh government
  •  ₹ One lakh rupees from Indian Badminton Association
  •  Distinguished doctorate degree from Mangalayan University has been awarded a standard degree.

The above achievements of Saina Nehwal can give you an idea of ​​how great Saina Nehwal is. She is ideal for all players and girls. He has proved that if one goes beyond hard work, dedication and allegiance then there is no goal in this world that can not be attained. We pray for Saina Nehwal that she will keep on touching new heights by winning in every fight in the future and brightening the name of her country.

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Meenakshi Sharma

Passionate to writing the Biography of Great Legends

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