Saina Nehwal- Female Badminton Player (In a Nutshell)
- Saina Nehwal was born in India on March 17th, 1990.
- She was the No.1 ranked Women’s singles badminton player in the world on April 2nd, 2015.
- “I love winning more than I love playing badminton. Winning is everything.”- Saina Nehwal
- “Rankings are not so important. I am only focused on winning tournaments.”- Saina Nehwal
- “I have always wanted an Olympic medal. I always wanted to see India’s national flag on the podium.”- Saina Nehwal
Saina Nehwal- Female Badminton Player (Nitty Gritty)
- “When I was a kid, my parents would play badminton, but I hardly joined them. I’d just pick up their racquets and fiddle around. Check out how the racquet was made… toss it around to see how light it was! At the time, I didn’t even know I’d play badminton.”- Saina Nehwal
- “At nine, my mom used to tell me she saw an Olympic medalist in me. I used to take it as a joke, but she was very serious.”- Saina Nehwal
- “My hero is Roger Federer.”- Saina Nehwal
Saina Nehwal- Female Badminton Player (What sets her apart)
- “I really thank my parents for giving me a good sense to not get into anything wrong. There are many people around who like controversies, and I actually wonder how do they do it. I don’t have the courage to get into controversies. There are people who love it; I find it silly.”- Saina Nehwal
- “My philosophy is to not be scared at anyone. If I play well, great; if I don’t learn from the match and move on.”- Saina Nehwal
Saina Nehwal- Female Badminton Player (Final Thoughts)
- “I don’t think I have the ability or patience to teach badminton to others.”- Saina Nehwal
- “My schedule is too overwhelming to think about the future.”- Saina Nehwal