HYDERABAD: Shuttler PV Sindhu said her dream is to become World No. 1 and she is giving her best to see herself there as a worlds best player.Sindhu, who bagged a career-best ranking of World No. 2 a few months ago, said when she started playing at the age of eight her first dream was to represent India. Women’s University in Hyderabad soon.
“When I started playing at the age of eight my dream was to play for India and that was the first dream. When I started playing for India that is when I thought someday I have to be top of the world.”I am trying to be World No. 1.Now my dream is to become World No. 1 and definitely, it’s in progress. I would want to see myself there,” the Rio Olympics silver medallist said.
Participating in a discussion with students and teachers during a promotional event organized by Auxilium High School, Sindhu said her mother has always been her inspiration.”She has always been there saying that ‘do your best’ and ‘give your best’ in whatever you do. Be brave and stay strong and all women should do that and believe in ourselves,” Sindhu said her mother’s words.
About PV Sindhu :
Pusarla Venkata Sindhu is an Indian professional badminton player, who is currently worlded no 3 in the BWF World Ranking. At the 2016 Summer Olympics, she became the first Indian woman to win an Olympic silver medal. She is one of the two Indian badminton players to ever win an Olympic medal – other being Saina Nehwal. She was also a silver medalist at the 2017 BWF World Championships and, in 2017, became first Indian ever to win Korea Open Super Series.
Sindhu came to international attention when she broke into the top 20 of the BWF World Ranking in September 2012 at the age of 17. In 2013, she became the first ever Indian women’s singles player to win a medal at the Badminton World Championships.
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