“Given the unprecedented times we are living in, with all of us grappling to understand what the “new” normal is, it is easy to let our own wellbeing take a back seat.”
You are playing the sport for yourself. You have to play it very clean. – PV Sindhu
Fighting the COVID-19 pandemic is the biggest challenge the world is facing right now. Several professional athletes and teams in…
The article is abut PV Sindhu, who on Thursday announced a donation Rs 10 Lakhs to relief funds to fight Covid-19 Pandemic. She has donated Rs 5 Lakhs each to Telangana and Andra Pradesh. Such funds are imperative in these times when government is highly burdened to support healthcare on one side and economy on other.
As the COVID-19 pandemic, celebrities and sportspersons are rallying together to donate to those in need. Here is a list of soome popular names:
“Only Sindhu, Lakshya (Sen) and Sikki (Reddy) and Ashwini (Ponnappa) were there in second round. We decided to stay back and play, Vimal also said let’s play. The reason was when we are already here so one more day won’t make any difference,”
The BBC award ceremony was held in New Delhi and was attended by several sportspersons, influencers and sportswriters.
The academy will have over eight courts, a viewing gallery to seat 1,000 plus audience, a gym, physio centre, an area for practising meditation and yoga.
World number six PV Sindhu lost to Sayaka Takahashi of Japan in a closely-fought women’s singles pre-quarterfinal match at Jakarta, driving India out of the Indonesia Masters.
Shuttler PV Sindhu won the prestigious Sportstar of the Year award at Aces Awards on Monday.
After back to back failures post World Championships gold, Sindu says, “I learnt a lot from those mistakes. It is important for me to stay positive, and come back stronger”
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.