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Saina Nehwal Profile, Biography, Achievements, Medals, Awards



Saina Nehwal Profile, Biography, Sports career, Education, Achievement and Award

Saina Nehwal is the Indian badminton player. She is currently the world's best female badminton player and is the first Indian woman to reach this point. She is the first Indian to win a medal in badminton in Olympics.

Saina Nehwal was born on March 17, 1990. She is the second daughter of Nehwal, Harvir Singh and Usha Rani. Saina was born in the Hindu-Jat family of Hisar. His father works in CCS HAU. At CCS HAU, Hisar, Saina accepted her primary education. Later, his family went to Hyderabad. Nehwal also won the brown belt in karate. The Army completed its 12th Century with St. Anse's College in Hyderabad.

On August 4, 2012, Saina won the Bronze Medal at the London Olympics. She is the first Indian and first Indian woman after Prakash Padukone to become the number one international badminton player. In addition, he is the first Indian to win the World Junior Badminton Championship and Super Series Tournament. Saina got a lot of help from the Olympics Gold Quest.

Saina has been awarded the Padma Shri by the Government of India and the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award for the highest play award.
She is the world's top seed female badminton player. She is the first Indian woman to reach this point. She is also the only female player to get first preference for the third time in a month.
In the 2012 London Olympics, Saina made history, winning the Bronze medal in badminton women's singles event.
She is the first Indian player to achieve this goal in badminton.


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