After making her debut in 2009, last year, Sindhu successfully made it to the Forbes List Of 30 Under 30 Asia 2018. She is among a total of four Indians included in the list’s ‘Entertainment & Sports’ category.
Sindhu regained the spot as the highest-paid woman athlete in India. With many new brand endorsement deals pouring in, Sindhu made a total of 5.5 million dollars in earnings, so Forbes called her ‘India’s most marketable female athlete.’
P.V. Sindhu met the Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy in his office in Vijayawada. He responded positively, assuring Sindhu that the Government will allocate five acres of land for the same.
Six-time world champion boxer M C Mary Kom has been recommended for the prestigious Padma Vibhushan award, the country’s second highest civilian honour after Bharat Ratna.
With many new brand endorsement deals pouring in, Sindhu’s average brand endorsement fee is about Rs 65-85 lakh per day, as per industry sources. The value goes up to a massive Rs 1.5 crore in certain cases.
Especially with married women, we have this compulsion to validate successful women by highlighting how they are also domestic goddesses.
PV Sindhu is truly an inspiration particularly for those who want to stay fit. The super-fit 24-year-old player has been training and challenging her own limits.
The Hyderabad-based badminton player was ranked world 13th highly paid female athlete in the Forbes Highest-Paid Female Athletes list.
PV Sindhu is now a world champion, however, we must salute her parents who raised her to be aggressive in the court and humble in real life.
India’s P V Sindhu stormed into third successive final at the BWF World Championships in Basel, Switzerland today. The Indian…
Sindhu was the only Indian female athlete to have made it to the list in 2018 as well. While her total earnings stood at $8.5 million last year, they have dropped to $5.5 million, along with a drop in her ranking.
The ESPN India Awards for 2018 has been announced and Sportsperson of the Year (Female) title goes to the country’s top woman Badminton…