As far as the history of badminton playing concerns, Saina Nehwal is a glorious name to be referred and cherished with pride by each of her fans. She is formerly the leading badminton luminary playing Women’s Singles. Her excellent shots and miraculously almost consistent performance have not only made her nation proud, but also to that part of the world beyond the reach of her soil which celebrates her victory in a grand modus operandi. Thus, her breathless playing concocted with a determined devotion has been acclaimed all across the globe, wherever she visited to represent her flag.
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She effortlessly won the under-19 badminton champion in the year 2006, and after that she was not required to look back ever, even for a while. Her illustrious as well as significant win at the ‘Asian Satellite Badminton Tournament’ is praiseworthy considering her experience back during the time it was held and also her perseverance to stand out amongst many eminent faces from her contemporaries. May be that’s how the legends are made!
In the year 2006, when Saina Nehwal was just a growing teen of 14 years, her win was recognised as a celebratory event making history at the Philippines Open. Her success story does not end being told here. Saina was the first woman ever to arrive at Olympic Games’ quarter finals. There is a gifted leader in her that has shown commendable leadership skills in important badminton tournaments. She turned out to be absolutely successful in leading the Indian Women’s Team to the stage of Quarter-finals of Uber Cup in the year 2010. She also extended herself out to the semi-finals of Yonex Sunrise Badminton Asia Championships in the year 2010 as well. Hence, her achievement list climbed up to much more prominent steps towards an elevated glory.
Saina is the first Indian worth a concrete note of appreciation to win World Junior Championships triumphing over the universally acclaimed Japanese player Sayaka Sato. She has even won an intriguing Super Series Tournament stabilising her decision at securing the Indonesia Open in the year 2009. She succeeded in receiving the bronze medal at London Olympics in the year 2012. Also, she was a promising sportswoman playing for Hyderabad Hotshots in Indian Badminton League (2013). Her admirable carrying out representing her team is beyond little words of acclamation. She made her nation proud like anything winning silver at BWF World Championship in the year 2015. This year, however, it is really unfortunate to experience a saddening moment of significant prominence. Saina had to deal with her injuries at the beginning of this year. She faced defeat against the ruling player of the time and the present Olympic Champion Li Xuerui at India finals in semi-finals. Winning against a regnant badminton player Ratchanok Intanon, Saina had been successful in reaching the quarter-finals in the event of the Australian Super Series. It is a proud moment to declare that Saina Nehwal has been entitled with her first ever title winning a victory over Sun Yu from China.
Saina Nehwal , with her prospering tag of ‘natural talent’ who has been efficiently coached and skilfully trained by current celebrated badminton player Vimal Kumar. Her hard work and perseverance has taken her this far. Her sincere efforts have taken her to the finals of Olympics. She crossed her hellish hurdle withstanding her Achilles Tendon difficulties. Yet still she never stooped down to meet defeat. Her honest endeavour and vigorous undertakings are surely going to make her grab the gold in Olympics since hard work definitely pays off. She is certainly going to recover from her deadly injuries and reach her dream in the near future.