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P. V. Sindhu Height, Age, Boyfriend, Husband, Family, Biography & More

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Marital Status: Unmarried
Education: MBA
Age: 27 Years

P.V.Sindhu

Bio
Full NamePusarla Venkata Sindhu
ProfessionIndian Badminton player
Physical Stats & More
Heightin centimeters- 179 cm
in meters- 1.79 m
in Feet Inches- 5' 10 1⁄2"
Weight (approx.)in Kilograms- 65 Kg
in Pounds- 150 lbs
Figure Measurements (approx.)34-26-36
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
Badminton
International Debut2009 Sub-Junior Asian Badminton Championships in Colombo
CoachPullela Gopichand
Handedness Right
MedalsGold
• Commonwealth Youth Games Douglas (Girls' singles) (2011)
• Asian Junior Championships Gimcheon (Girls' singles) (2012)
• South Asian Games Guwahati–Shillong (Women's team) (2016)
• Commonwealth Games Gold Coast (Mixed team) (2018)
• World Championships Basel (Women's singles) (2019)
• Commonwealth Games Birmingham (Women's singles) (2022)
P. V. Sindhu won bronze in Women's singles at the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games

Silver
• South Asian Games Guwahati–Shillong (Women's singles) (2016)
• Olympic Games Rio de Janeiro (Women's singles) (2016)
PV Sindhu After Winning A Silver At The Rio Olympics
• World Championships Glasgow (Women's singles) (2017)
• World Championships Nanjing (Women's singles) (2018)
• Asian Games Jakarta–Palembang (Women's singles) (2018)
• Commonwealth Games Gold Coast (Women's singles) (2018)
• Commonwealth Games Gold Coast (Mixed team) (2022)

Bronze
• Asian Junior Championships Lucknow (Girls' singles) (2011)
• Asian Junior Championships Lucknow (Mixed team) (2011)
• World Championships Guangzhou Women's singles (2013)
• World Championships Copenhagen Women's singles (2014)
• Uber Cup New Delhi (Women's team) (2014)
• Asian Championships Gimcheon (Women's singles) (2014)
• Commonwealth Games Glasgow (Women's singles) (2014)
• Asian Games Incheaon (Women's team) (2014)
• Uber Cup Kunshan (Women's team) (2016)
• Olympic Games Tokyo (Women's singles) (2020)
P. V. Sindhu showing her Bronze medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
• Asian Championships Manila (Women's singles) (2022)
Awards, Honours• Arjuna Award (2013)
• Padma Shri (2015)
PV Sindhu Receiving The Padma Shri
• Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award (2016)
PV Sindhu Receiving The Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award
• In 2020, she was honoured with Padma Bhushan, India's third highest civilian award. She received the award at the Rashtrapati Bhavan on 8 November 2021 by President Ram Nath Kovind.
P. V. Sindhu receiving Padma Bhushan from President Ram Nath Kovind
Career Turning PointWinning a Gold at the 2011 Douglas Commonwealth Youth Games singles event
Highest Ranking 2 (7 April 2017)
Personal Life
Date of Birth5 July 1995
Age (as of 2022)27 Years
BirthplaceHyderabad, India
Zodiac signCancer
NationalityIndian
HometownHyderabad, India
SchoolAuxilium High School, Secunderabad
CollegeSt. Ann's College for Women, Mehdipatnam
Educational QualificationMBA
FamilyFather- P. V. Ramana
Mother- P. Vijaya
Sister- Divyaram Pusarla (elder)
P.V.Sindhu with family
Brother- N/A
HobbiesWatching movies, Doing Yoga
Favourites
Actor(s)Mahesh Babu & Prabhas (Tollywood), Hrithik Roshan & Ranveer Singh (Bollywood)
ActressDeepika Padukone
FoodBiryani, Ice-creams, Pasta, Pizza
Athlete(s)Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Usain Bolt
SuperheroWonder Woman
Boys, Affairs and More
Marital StatusUnmarried
Affairs/BoyfriendsNot Known
HusbandN/A

P.V.Sindhu Badminton

Some Lesser Known Facts About P. V. Sindhu

  • Does P. V. Sindhu smoke: No
  • In her childhood, Sindhu wanted to become a doctor.

    PV Sindhu In Her Childhood

    PV Sindhu In Her Childhood

  • Sindhu’s elder sister, Divyaram Pusarla, was a national-level handball player who later became a doctor.

    PV Sindhu With Her Sister

    PV Sindhu With Her Sister

  • She started playing badminton at the age of just 8 and a half years.
  • Sindhu learned the basics of sports at the Indian Railway Institute in Secunderabad under the guidance of Mehboob Ali. Later she joined Pullela Gopichand’s badminton academy and is currently coached by him. Notably, Gopichand is also the Indian Badminton team’s chief coach.
  • She was named the 2014 NDTV Indian of the year.
  • Sindhu’s Parents are former Volleyball players.
  • In the year 2000, her father P. V. Ramana was awarded the Arjuna Award for his contribution in Volleyball.

    PV Sindhu With Her Father

    PV Sindhu With Her Father

  • Her best performance came in 2012 Li Ning China Masters Super Series competition when she defeated the 2012 London Olympics gold medalist Li Xuerui of China.
  • In 2013, she became the first Indian women’s singles player to win a medal at the Badminton World Championship.
  • on 30 March 2015, she received India’s 4th highest civilian honour- Padma Shri.
  • In 2016, Sindhu made her entry into the Rio Olympics finals by defeating Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara in the semifinals and became the first Indian shuttler to reach the finals of the Olympics.
  • In the finals of the Rio Olympics, P. V. Sindhu was defeated by Spain’s Carolina Marin in the 83-minute match.
  • Soon after her Silver win at the Rio Olympics, her caste became highly searched on Google.
  • After her Silver at the 2016 Rio Olympics, the Andhra Pradesh Government appointed her as the Deputy Collector.

    PV Sindhu After Being Appointed As The Deputy Collector By The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu

    PV Sindhu After Being Appointed As The Deputy Collector By The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu

  • Sindhu secured the World Tour title after defeating Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara in the 2018 World Tour final.
  • In 2018, Forbes ranked her at seventh position in its list of “Highest-Paid Female Athletes.”  The same year, she also stood first on Forbes India’s first list of 22 Young Achievers.
  • Sindhu considers Sachin Tendulkar her role model and her coach, Pullela Gopichand, inspiration.

    PV Sindhu With Sachin Tendulkar And Pullela Gopichand

    PV Sindhu With Sachin Tendulkar And Pullela Gopichand

  • Sindhu has featured on the cover of many popular magazines including GRAZIA, JFW, and ELLE.

    PV Sindhu on the cover of Elle Magazine

    PV Sindhu on the cover of Elle Magazine

  • On 1 August 2021, she became India’s most decorated female sportsperson when she defeated He Bing Jiao of China to win the women’s singles bronze medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics; it was her second Olympic medal after she won a Silver at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
  • In July 2022, she clinched the Singapore Open title, defeating China’s Zhi Yi Wang.

  • Here’s an interesting video about P V Sindhu’s biography: