Motivational Story Of PV Sindhu, Travels 56 Kilometer For Her Training

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Today we will know here about the journey of PV Sindhu, who has represented India on the basis of her skills. PV Sindhu has always created history for India with her talent and she has always made India proud. PV Sindhu started her international career in 2009.

The full name of PV Sindhu is Pusarla Venkata Sindhu. He was born on 5 July 1995 in Hyderabad, Telangana. If we talk about his family, then his father’s name is TV Ramana and mother’s name is P Vijaya. The parents were also associated with the sport and both were volleyball players. There is also an elder sister of PV Sindhu, who is a doctor. The advantage of this was that PV Sindhu was never stopped for the game and PV Sindhu decided to separate from volleyball and make a career in badminton.

PV Sindhu had decided at the age of just 8 that she would make badminton her career. Since childhood, she was highly inspired by Pullela Gopichand, who won the All England Championship and used to belong from Hyderabad. It was a matter of luck that he later became the coach of PV Sindhu and in the year 2004, he also started taking training from his mentor Pullela Gopichand. There was a distance of 56 km in PV Sindhu’s home and sports academy, but still she used to wake up early in the morning and go to learn. He has had a lot of passion for the game from the beginning. That’s why she has told in an interview that when she was 21 years old, she left the mobile for 8 months at the behest of her coach because her coach had said that her mobile was becoming a distraction for her game.

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In the year 2013, PV Sindhu climbed the first ladder of heights in her game. He made his mark in the World Badminton Championships. After this, he proudly raised India’s name in the Rio Olympics as well. Was awarded the Arjuna Award in 2013. He was awarded the Padma Shri in 2015 and the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna in 2016. In January 2020, Sindhu was awarded the Padma Bhushan, India’s third highest civilian award.


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