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Manasi Joshi Age, Husband, Boyfriend, Family, Biography & More

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Education: Bachelor Of Engineering
Father: Girishchandra Joshi
Age: 30 Years

Manasi Joshi

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Bio/Wiki
Other Name(s)Manasi Girishchandra Joshi and Manasi Nayana Joshi
ProfessionPara-Badminton Player
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 171 cm
in meters- 1.71 m
in feet inches- 5’ 7”
Weight (approx.)in kilograms- 66 kg
in pounds- 145.50 lbs
Badminton
International DebutSpanish Para-Badminton International Championship (March 2015)
Coach/Mentor• J. Rajendra Kumar
Manasi Joshi with Her Coach
Pullela Gopichand
Manasi Joshi with Her Coach- P. Gopichand
Medals• 2015: Medal in mixed doubles Para-Badminton World Championships
• 2016: Bronze in Para-Badminton Asian Championships (women's singles & women's doubles)
• 2017: Bronze in women's singles Para-Badminton World Championships
• 2018: Bronze medal in women's singles at Thailand Para-Badminton International
• 2018: Bronze medal in women's singles in Asian Para Games
• 2019: Gold medal in women's single in Para-Badminton World Championship, Basel, Switzerland
Personal Life
Date of Birth11 June 1989 (Sunday)
Age (as in 2019) 30 Years
BirthplaceAhmedabad, Gujarat
Zodiac signGemini
NationalityIndian
HometownMumbai
SchoolAtomic Energy Central School, Mumbai
College/UniversityK. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai
Educational QualificationsBachelor of Engineering (Electronic)
HobbiesTravelling and Swimming
Relationships & More
Marital StatusUnmarried
Family
Husband/SpouseN/A
ParentsFather- Girishchandra Joshi (Scientist, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai)
Manasi Joshi's Family
SiblingsBrother- Kunjan Joshi (Entomological Researcher)
Manasi Joshi with Her Brother
Sister- Nupur Joshi
Manasi Joshi with Her Sister
Favourite Things
Favourite Badminton Player Pramod Bhagat
Favourite FoodChole-Kulche

Manasi Joshi

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Some Lesser Known Facts About Manasi Joshi

  • Manasi Joshi is a well-known Para-Badminton player. She has won a gold medal in BWF Para-Badminton World Championships (2019).
  • She started playing badminton with her father when she was 6 years old.
  • After completing her Bachelors, she started working at Atos India. In 2011, when she was on her two-wheeler driving to her office, a truck hit her and crushed her left leg and it was amputated. She was hospitalised for almost 50 days, and later, she started walking with a prosthetic leg.
  • Even after losing her one leg, she continued to work at Atos. Her life found a new direction when her company organised a badminton tournament. She participated in it and won the match.
  • In 2014, she represented Maharashtra at selection trials for the Asian Games, and in the same year, she won her first national tournament against the Arjuna Award winner- Parul Parmar.

    Manasi Joshi with Parul Parmar

    Manasi Joshi with Parul Parmar

  • She went on to play at various national and international tournaments.
  • In 2018, she enrolled herself in P. Gopichand badminton academy at Hyderabad for training.
  • In 2019, Manasi Joshi and Para-Athlete, Deepa Malik, appeared in the ‘Karmaveer’ episode (11 October 2019) of Kaun Banega Crorepati 11 (2019).

    Manasi Joshi in KBC

    Manasi Joshi in KBC

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