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PV Sindhu Net Worth 2021, Endorsement, Olympics Carrier

The Indian Professional Badminton player PV Sindhu is currently standing at 7th position in Wolrd Ranking. Also, PV Sindhu is the only female Badminton Player to take part in the upcoming Tokyo Olympics 2020. The Opening Ceremony of Tokyo Olympics 2020 will take place on 23rd July 2021 and the schedule will conclude on 8th August 2021. Check PV Sindhu Net Worth 2021, Endorsement, Olympics Carrier.

In 2016, PV Sindhu was featured in Rio Olympics and made history by winning a silver medal by the first female individual representing India. So the complete details related to PV Sindhu net worth, endorsements, and Commonwealth games are available here.

PV Sindhu Net Worth 2021, Salary, Income, Endorsement, olympics carrier

PV Sindhu Net Worth 2021

PV Sindhu’s Net Worth of 2021 estimates at a whopping Rs. 72 Crores INR. In years 2018 and 2019 PV Sindhu was featured in the Forbes list of Highest-Paid Female Athletes. The net worth of PV Sindhu in 2018 and 2019 estimates at $8.5 Million and $5.5 Million respectively. She is the only Indian Female Badminton player in the top 10 World Rankings. While PV Sindhu was awarded many prestigious sporting events. So Many brands approach PV Sindhu for endorsements. Not just in Badminton in other sports also Brand Endorsements played a big role in the earnings of any Sportsperson.

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PV Sindhu Brand Endorsements:

Current;y PV Sindhu Endorses more than 13 Brands approx. In the year 2019, PV Sindhu signed a sponsorship deal worth ₹500 Million with Chinese sports brand Li Ning for Four-year. Also, it was one of the biggest deals in Badminton sport. From which PV Sindhu will get $400 Million as Sponsorship and Remaining for the Equipment. Before that PV Sindhu signed a contract with Yonex for ₹35 Million/year from 2016 to 2018.

Apart from this, she endorses brands like JBL, Bridgestone Tires, Bank of Baroda, Gatorade, Moov, Myntra, Flipkart, Nokia, Panasonic, Stayfree, Boost, Apis Himalaya Honey, Ojasvita. While She is also Brand Ambassador of Central Reserve Polic Force and Vizag Steel. In 2017 an Economic Times Report stated that PV Sindhu is just behind Virat Kolhi in terms of Earnings from Brand Endorsements.

Endorsements List:

  • JBL
  • Bridgestone Tyres
  • Bank of Baroda
  • Gatorade
  • Moov
  • Myntra
  • Flipkart
  • Nokia
  • Panasonic
  • Stayfree
  • Boost
  • Apis Himalaya Honey
  • Ojasvita
  • Central Reserve Police Force
  • Vizag Steel
  • Li Ning

Olympic Career:

PV Sindhu is the first female badminton to win Silver Medal at the Olympics Games. In Rio Olympics 2016 PV Sindhu was seeded 9th in the Draw in Group M. Rio Olympic was the very first Olympic Event for PV Sindhu. She managed to reach the Semi-finals and faced Nozomi Okuhara in the semi-final match. Nozomi Okuhara is a Japanese Badminton Star, in the Semifinal Match PV Sindhu Defeated Nozomi Okuhara in Straight Sets and made it to the first-ever Olympic Finals.

She made history in the 2016 Rio Olympics and becomes the first-ever Indian Female Badminton player to play the Women’s Singles final. Spanish Badminton Player Carlina Marin and PV Sindhu faced each other in the final of the Rio Olympics 2016. Carolina Marin is one of the most successful badminton players in Spain. While before Rio Olympics she was the winner of the World Championships in 2014, 2015, and European Championships in 2014, 2016. Carolina Marin defeated PV Sindhu in 3 sets in 83 Minutes matches. PV Sindhu made history at Rio Olympics and won Silver Medal.

PV Sindhu Personal and Carrer Information:
  • Name: Pusarla Venkata Sindhu
  • Country: India
  • Birth Date: 5th July 1995
  • Place: Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India
  • Height: 1.79 m
  • Weight: 65 kg
  • Handedness: Right
  • Coach: Park Tae-sang
  • Years Active: 2011- Present
  • Career Record: 344 wins and 148 losses
  • Titles: 15
  • Current Ranking: 7th (Wolrd Ranking), 4th (Wolrd Tour Ranking)

National Honours:

  • Arjuna Award (2013)
  • Padma Shri (2015)
  • Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna (2016)
  • Padma Bhushan (2020)

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