P. V. Sindhu is an Indian badminton player and the first Indian woman to win the silver medal in Olympics. In March 2015, she Honoured with Padma Shri Award, the fourth highest civilian award in India. Sindhu stood at 7th place in the Forbes’ list of Highest-Paid Female Athletes in 2018 and 2019.
Biography & Age
P. V. Sindhu was born on 5 July 1995 (Age 26Years; in 2021) in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. Her real name is Pusarla Venkata Sindhu. Sindhu made international debut in the year 2009 at The Sub-Junior Asian Badminton Championships.
Sindhu completed schooling in Auxilium High School, Secunderabad. She pursued an MBA degree at the St. Ann’s College for Women, Mehdipatnam.
5′ 10″ Feet Inches (1.79 m)
P. V. Sindhu Parents, Family and Caste
Sindhu belongs Kamma caste in Andhra Pradesh.
Her parents are a professional volleyball player. Her father, Ramana, is a volleyball player, who Awarded with Arjuna Award in 2000, he won the bronze medal in 1986 Seoul Asian Games and her mom P. Vijaya is a national level volleyball player. Sindhu has an elder sister Divyaram Pusarla who is a professional handball player and Doctor.
Boyfriend and husband of P. V. Sindhu
Still, now no rumors about the relationship of P. V. Sindhu.
In 2009, Sindhu made her international debut in the Sub-Junior Asian Badminton Championships in Colombo as a Badminton Player and won the bronze medal. Next, she played in the 2010 Iran Fajr International Badminton Challenge, where she bagged the silver medal. She won a Gold medal at the Douglas Commonwealth Youth Games in the singles event. In 2012, PV Sindhu stunned Olympic gold medallist Xuerui by defeating her in China Masters; This was Sindhu`s biggest win in her career. In 2013, Sindhu won Malaysia Grand Prix defeating Juan Gu of Singapore in the final. Same year, she became the first women’s singles player to win a medal at the Badminton World Championship. In November 2015, PV Sindhu completed a hat-trick of Macau Open titles defeating Japan’s Minatsu Mitani.
In 2016, Sindhu won Malaysia Masters; she won the Malaysia Masters in 2013 also. In 2016, Sindhu became the first Indian woman to win Olympic silver after defect with Carolina Marin in the final. In 2018, Sindhu Become 1st Indian To Win BWF World Tour Finals in Guangzhou, China. In 2018 Asian Games, Sindhu bags historic silver in women’s singles after defeated Tai Tzu-Ying and became the first Indian to win the season-ending BWF World Tour Finals. In 2019, Sindhu became first Indian to win the gold medal at the BWF World Championships by defeating Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara.