Saina Nehwal is truly the best badminton player from India to get an Olympic medal. The Indian shuttler impacted the world forever when she won the bronze award at the London 2012 Games. The Haryana shuttler came into the spotlight when she won the BWF World Junior Championships in 2008. That very year she appeared in Beijing, in any case, it was in London 2012 that she procured generally speaking qualification. Brought into the world in March 1990, Saina Nehwal started playing badminton at eight years of age after her family moved from Haryana to Hyderabad. Her presentation into the game was fundamental since she didn’t have a clue about the language and she expected to add the greatness of her mother, who was a state-level badminton player herself. The Indian shuttler successfully did that by tending to India at the main level in 2008 at the Beijing Olympics.
Saina Nehwal represented the Commonwealth Games in the year 2006 in the Philippines where she coached under Vimal Kumar and won the championship. She also bagged gold medals in her 2010 and 2018 championship at the Commonwealth Games, after her struggling battle against Mew Choo Wong. She managed to win the game after a lot of tough games.
Saina has always been one of the best smashers in Indian Badminton history, she has proved to be one of the best finishers as well. Take a look at her best smashes in the course!!!