Pusarla Venkata Sindhu (brought into the world 5 July 1995) is an Indian expert badminton player. By winning the gold award at the 2019 World Championships, Sindhu turned into the principal Indian at any point to turn into a titleholder in badminton. Having made her universal presentation in 2009, she rose to a vocation high positioning of no. 2 in April 2017. Throughout her profession, Sindhu has won awards at various competitions on the BWF circuit, including a silver decoration at the 2016 Olympics which made her the principal Indian lady to win an Olympic silver decoration just as the main Indian to arrive at the Olympic last in badminton.

Sindhu came to global consideration when she broke into the best 20 of the BWF World Ranking in September 2012 at 17 years old. Starting in 2013, Sindhu won a decoration at each big showdown, except for 2015. She is only the second lady after Zhang Ning to win at least five awards at the big showdowns, and among not very many players to have won a decoration of each shading at the BWF World Championships.


Revenue and Remuneration


With an income of $8.5 and 5.5 million individually, Sindhu made the Forbes’ rundown of Highest-Paid Female Athletes in 2018 and 2019. She is the beneficiary of the games respect Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, and India’s fourth most astounding non-military personnel grant, the Padma Shri.


Individual Life


P. V. Sindhu has been utilized with Bharat Petroleum since July 2013, as an associate games supervisor with their Hyderabad office. Following her silver-decoration succeed at the Rio Olympics, she was elevated to delegate sports manager. She was selected as the principal brand minister of Bridgestone India.[95] Also, the Andhra Pradesh Government has named P. V. Sindhu as Deputy Collector (Group-I). She was the banner carrier of the Indian group in the 2018 Commonwealth Games.


Awards And Achievements




  • Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, most noteworthy brandishing honor of India (2016)
  • Padma Shri, the fourth most noteworthy non-military personnel grant of India (2015)
  • Arjuna Award (2013)



  • FICCI Breakthrough Sportsperson of the Year 2014
  • NDTV Indian of the Year 2014
  • ₹1 million (US$14,000) from the Badminton Association of India, for her triumph in the 2015 Macau Open Badminton Championships.
  • ₹500,000 (US$7,200) from the Badminton Association of India, for her triumph in the 2016 Malaysia Masters
  • Prizes for winning the silver decoration at the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics
  • ₹50 million (US$720,000), and a land award from the Government of Telangana.
  • ₹30 million (US$430,000), a Group A framework job(Deputy Collector of Andhra Pradesh) and 1000 yd2 land award from the Government of Andhra Pradesh.[106]
  • ₹20 million (US$290,000) from the Government of Delhi.
  • ₹7.5 million (US$110,000) from her boss, Bharat Petroleum Corporation, with advancement from collaborator to delegate sports director.
  • ₹5 million (US$72,000) from the Government of Haryana.
  • ₹5 million (US$72,000) from the Government of Madhya Pradesh.
  • ₹5 million (US$72,000) from the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports.
  • ₹5 million (US$72,000) from Badminton Association of India
  • ₹5 million (US$72,000) from NRI agent, Mukkattu Sebastian
  • ₹3 million (US$43,000) from the Indian Olympic Association
  • ₹500,000 (US$7,200) from the All India Football Federation.
  • BMW vehicle from the Hyderabad District Badminton Association and just as Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar
  • ₹101,000 (US$1,500) from Salman Khan, for qualifying as an Olympic member.