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Saina Nehwal

Indian badminton star Saina Nehwal's Won the Olympic bronze medal

Saina Nehwal (born April 17, 1990) is an Native indian Khel Ratna tennis gamer currently rated 5 on the globe by Badminton Globe Federation. Saina is reinforced by the Olympic Gold Pursuit. Saina is the first Native indian woman to arrive at the single men and women quarterfinals at the Olympics and the first Native indian to win the Globe Younger Badminton Competition. Saina Nehwal made history on May 21, 2009, becoming the first Native indian to win a Extremely Sequence tournament, by getting the Philippines Start with a success over higher-ranked China Wang Lin in Jakarta. Saina won her second career Extremely Sequence name by successful the Singapore Start name on May 20, 2010. She completed a hat-trick in the same season by successful the Indonesian Start on May 27, 2010. This win led to her rise to 3rd position and therefore to No. 2. Later in the same season she also won Hong Kong Extremely Sequence on Dec 12, 2010. After experiencing a poor 2011 season, Saina become the first Native indian single men and women gamer to arrive at the peak stage of year-ending Extremely Sequence Finals beating two-time All The united kingdom successful and Globe No. 5 Tine Baun in the semi-finals. Previously trained by S. M. Arif, a Dronacharya Prize champion, Saina is the ruling Native indian nationwide junior successful and is currently trained by Indonesian tennis star Atik Jauhari since Aug 2008, with the former All The united kingdom successful and nationwide trainer Pullela Gopichand being her tutor.


Saina was the under-19 nationwide successful. Saina designed record by successful the famous Oriental Satellite tv Tennis competition (India Chapter) twice, becoming the first gamer to do so. In 2006, Saina showed up on the international landscape when she became the first Native indian lady to win a 4-star competition, the Malaysia Start. Coming into the competition as the 86th seeds, Saina went on to stun several top seeded gamers such as the then globe variety four Xu Huaiwen before beating Julia Wong Pei Xian of Malaysia for the name. The same season also saw Saina as sprinter up at the 2006 BWF World Younger Tournament, where she missing a difficult conducted go with against top seeds China Wang Yihan. She did one better in the 2008 by becoming the first Native indian to win the World Younger Tennis Tournament by beating 9th seeded Japoneses Sayaka Sato 21–9, 21–18.

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