PV Sindhu Achievements

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“Working Hard for Something We Don’t Care About is called Stress. Working Hard for Something we love is called Passion”.

Yes, the above quote has taken by many people. But who taken it seriously only those had get success in their life’s. In those successful people list, one of the young woman names has recently entered. She is an Indian Ace Badminton Player who got Silver Medal in Rio 2016 Olympics. I think that here you got her name in your mind, yes your guess is correct. Today I am very glad to publish an article about PV Sindhu life Achievements and Indian sports women’s Sindhu badminton career.  Today she made India very proud with her achievements in Badminton sport. Every youngster should take the inspiration of PV Sindhu as an example. We has mentioned all the awards, achievements, personal life of PV Sindhu in this article. Read the complete article and know more about PV Sindhu Achievements.


Full Name Pusarla Venkata Sindhu
Born on 5 July 1995 (age 21), Hyderabad
Awards and Medals Padma Shri, Arjuna Award for Badminton, CNN-IBN Indian of the Year in Sports


Education St. Ann’s College for Women
Profession Indian professional badminton player


Indian Sports is one of the platforms for many talented people. Now many of the legends are born from this Indian Sports platform. In the same platform, badminton Sindhu has got famed worldwide. She has done India very proud in many badminton tournaments along with Rio 2016, Championships. After Saina Nehwal, Badminton Sindhu is a Second most popular and prominent player in India. In badminton match, P Sindhu has named in top 10 in world badminton rankings. she had performed very well in all the matches. Sindhu had won several badminton titles after joining in Pullela Gopi Chandh Badminton Academy.

One of the Reporters of HINDU has written that “The fact that she reports on time at the coaching camps daily, traveling a distance of 56 km from her residence, is perhaps a reflection of her willingness to complete her desire to be a good badminton player with the required hard work and commitment.”


She born on 5th July 1995. PV Sindhu parents are P.V. Ramana and P.Vijaya. PV Ramana is a former Indian volleyball player who had won Arjuna Award of Government of India 2000. She gets inspired by her Father PV Ramana. When Sindhu was 8 year’s old she started playing badminton. Later she has inspired by her present Coach PULLELA GOPI CHANDH at England Open Badminton Championship which was held on 2001. Later she had joined in pullela gopichand badminton academy in Hyderabad which had developed her skills in Badminton.

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After joining Gopichand badminton academy PV Sindhu had played many times and won several matches. She played under 10 years category match and also won the title All India Ranking Ambuja Cement and also 5th Servo in doubles category of 5th Servo All India Ranking. Sindhu won Sub-juniors in Pondicherry and received the Single’s title under 13 years category. Won doubles titles at All India Tournament Krishna Khaitan, IOC All India Ranking, the Sub-Junior Nationals and the All India Ranking in Pune.

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Career Achievements:

  • PV Sindhu also won the under-14 team gold medal at the 51st National School Games in India.
  • On 2009 at Sub Junior Asian Badminton Championships which were held in Colombo, Sindhu won a bronze medal.
  • She later won the 2010 Iran Fajr International Badminton Challenge Silver Medal in the singles category.
  • later she reached to the quarterfinal match which was held in Mexico on 2010 Junior World Badminton Championships. 
  • Sindhu won Asia youth under 19 category on 7th July 2012.
  • On 2012 Sindhu defeated London Olympics gold medalist Li Xuerui of China at Ning China Masters Super Series tournament.
  • After that, she entered into semifinals. In Lucknow 2012 Syed Modi India Grand Prix Gold event, she had finished runner – up in the match. Later Sindhu won Malaysian open title by defeating Juan Gu from Singapore by 21–17,17–21,21–19 on 2013.

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  • On 8-8-2013 she had beaten the Wang Yihan of china who is defending a championship, to perform in the Quarter Finals of Worlds Badminton Championships.
  • At her age 18 Sindhu won the 54minutes match with Second-Seeded player Wang Shixian.
  • She defeated Chinese player Wang Shixian and won the India’s First medalist in women’s singles at the world’s Championships.
  • On December 1st, 2013 P Sindhu also beaten Canada’s Badminton Michelle Li and won the Macau Open Grand Prix Gold Title.
  • On  2014, PV Sindhu created new history by becoming the First Indian to win medals continuously in the World Badminton Championships.
  • she entered into semi-finals of glass glow commonwealth games. She entered into world cup semi final match in Denmark.

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  • She had beaten the second-ranked Wang Shixian by her skills and work hard. Sindhu reached the maiden final of a Super Series event playing at Denmark Open in October 2015.
  • After that, at Macau, Open Grand Prix gold Sindhu won 3rd successive women’s singles title in final by beating Japan’s Minatsu Mitani.
  • Again Sindhu won Malaysia Masters Grand Prix match in January 2016 by defeating Scotland’s Kirsty Gilmour in the final.
  • On 2016, Sindhu played her first Olympics and beated Nozomi Okuhara. She also defeated three highly ranked opponents.
  • In the final match with Marin, she has after keeping valiant fight Sindhu has to settle for the Silver medal. But whatever, she is the young lady who won the Olympic medal at the age 21 and also First Indian badminton sports player to win the Silver medal in Rio Olympics 2016.

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Arjuna Award has received by the PV Sindhu on 2013. On 2015 She also got Padma Shri award. Sindhu got FICCI Breakthrough sports person along with NDTV Indian of the year. On July 2013 Sindhu has been recruited as an assistant sports manager by Bharat Petroleum at their Hyderabad office. After Following her 2016 silver-medal win at the Rio Olympics, she was promoted to deputy sports manager at Bharat Petroleum at their Hyderabad office.  For all her work hard, attitude, spirit and passion about her Badminton Sport with the guidance of her Coach Pullela Gopi chandh along with her family support she got all the success and make India Proud. Hope, Like our PV Sindhu many youngsters from India get success in their life and make India proud always.









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