India’s personal golden baby – Saina Nehwal, did her nation proud when she bagged a bronze medal in Badminton on the 2012 Olympics held at London. In doing so, she additionally grew to become the very first Indian to win a medal of any type, in Badminton, on the Olympics. A lot kudos to the little woman from Haryana who fought tooth and nail, pushing herself past the boundaries, to not simply be an Olympic medalist, but additionally the primary Indian to win the World Junior Badminton Championships, by the age of 22years.

Nobody deserves the medals as a lot as Saina Nehwal for her sheer dedication, arduous work and uncooked expertise. As described and praised by her mentor and coach, Pullela Gopichand, the badminton participant, she actually is a fighter. Saina grew sturdy regardless of having to face defeat by the hands of as many as eleven gamers, and continued to give attention to the constructive parts to realize what she has and get the place she is now. She would practice day in and time out, keep away from the hullabaloos of the endorsement offers and press conferences, specializing in what’s most important- the follow periods. Whereas different sports activities celebrities are busy enhancing their public picture in no matter methods attainable, even when their on-filed performances are tanking by the day, Saina pays no heed to pointless temptations. Gopichand expresses his pleasure at his protégé’s success, and admits that he lives vicariously by way of her accomplishments.

As a real testomony to the legend that she has already turn into, T. S. Sudhir- former NDTV editor and journalist, has penned down a biography on Saina Nehwal profile. The ebook, panning over 117 pages, is a glimpse of Saina’s previous, her transition from a 9 12 months previous who was motivated to enter the sector of badminton by her parents- who themselves had been high quality badminton gamers, to a twenty two 12 months previous ace prolific shuttler. She states her father and her coach as the 2 those that she admires most in her life. Following the footsteps of cricketers, Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Sachin Tendulkar, Saina heroically flew the Kiran MK II jet coach plane of the Indian Air Pressure in Dundigal, Andhra Pradesh on twenty eighth September 2012. Her efforts and endeavours have paid off and have helped her hit the pay filth. She is credited as the best paid India non-cricket oriented athlete. With a watch on the distant Olympic future, India waits for a gold medal to be annexed in to Saina Nehwal statistics.