P.V. Sindhu – WiKi, Metals, Awards, Family, Biography

P.V. Sindhu is an Indian Professional Badminton Player. She won medals at multiple tournaments including Olympics, BWF circuit and a gold at the 2019 World Championships. She is the first Indian to become the Badminton World Champion and the first Indian woman to earn an Olympic Silver medal.

P.V. Sindhu won her first super series title at the 2016 China Open and followed it up with four more finals in 2017, winning the titles in South Korea and India. In addition to that, she has won a silver medal each at the 2018 Commonwealth Games and 2018 Asian Games, and two bronze medals at the Uber Cup.

P.V. Sindhu finished off as 3rd in the group after defeating He Bingjiao with score 21–19, 21–19 in her last match. She was named the BBC Indian Sportswoman of Year on 8 March 2020. In April, she was elected as one of the ambassadors of BWF Committee’s campaign – “I am Badminton” to promote clean and fair play in the sport.

Full Name Pusarla Venkata Sindhu
Nick Name P.V. Sindhu
Profession Badminton
DOB 5 July 1995
Age 25
Birth Place Hyderbad, Andhra Pradesh, India
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Religion Hinduism
Nationality Indian
Marital Status Unmarried
Affairs NA
Physical Appearance Height: 5’ 10

Weight: 65 kg

Measurement: 34- 26- 36

Eye Colour: Black

Hair Colour: Black

Family Father: P.V. Ramana

Mother: P. Vijaya

Sister: Divyaram Pusarla

School Auxilium High School, Secunderabad
College St. Ann’s College for Women, Mehdipatnam
Qualification MBA
Hobbies Watching Movies, Yoga
Awards World Championships Medal – Bronze (2013),

Bronze in Uber Cup (2014, 2016),

Hat trick Macau Open (2013, 2014, 2015),

Bronze in world championships (2014),

Bronze in Commonwealth Games (2014),

Malaysian Masters (2013,2016)

Honours Arjuna Award (2013),

Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award (2016),

Padma Shri (2015),

Padma Bhushan (2020)

Coach Pullela Gopichand

BWF Super Series/ BWF World Tour:

Year Tournaments Played Titles/ Position
2010 BWF World Junior Championship Quarter Finals
2012 Fuzhou China Open Semi Finals
2015 Denmark Open Finals / Silver
2016 Olympics 1st Runner up / Silver Medal
2016 China Open Winner/Gold
2017 India Open Winner/Gold
2017 Korea Open Winner/Gold
2017 French Open Semi Finals
2018 All England Open Semi Finals
2018 Malaysia Open Semi Finals
2018 BWF World Tour Finals Winner/ Gold
2019 BWF World Championship Winner
2019 Singapore Open Semi Finals
2019 Indonesia Open Finals/ 1st Runner up

BWF Grand Prix Gold and Grand Prix:

Year Tournaments Played Titles/ Position
2010 India Open Second Round
2011 Dutch Open Finals/Silver
2014 Swiss Open Semi Finals
2016 German Open Quarter Finals
2016 China Masters Quarter Finals
2017 Syed Modi International Winner/Gold
2018 Thailand Open Finals/Silver
2013, 2014, 2015 Macau Open Winner/Gold
2013, 2016 Malaysia Masters Winner/Gold
2015, 2018, 2019 Indonesian Masters Quarter Finals

Commonwealth Games:

Year Venue Result
2018 Commonwealth Games, Australia Silver
2014 Commonwealth Games, Scotland Bronze

South Asian Games:

Year Venue Result
2016 South Asian Games 2018, India Silver

Social Media Links:

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https://www.facebook.com/PVSindhu.OGQ/

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