Don’t assume I want extra money, getting medals is a giant factor: PV Sindhu

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Besides being among the best shuttlers on the planet, PV Sindhu emerged because the 13th richest feminine athlete as per Forbes and the winner of the BWF World Tour Finals in 2018 and the World Championship in 2019 is eager to proceed her hunt for additional medals in time to return. Sindhu’s complete earnings had been estimated to be round 5.5 million {dollars} last yr making her probably the most marketable feminine athlete in India, and profitable the 2 tournaments in consecutive years helped increase her shares.

Having mentioned that, Sindhu is fiercely decided at growing her medal tally, and with the Tokyo Games lined up subsequent yr, the shuttler has an opportunity to higher her silver medal-finish at Rio de Janeiro 4 years in the past.

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“I was happy to see my name on the Forbes list. Being on it with other sporting superstars is sort of a motivation, not a distraction. I used to like going for the shoots because it was something different than badminton for me. I don’t think I need more money, getting medals is definitely a big thing. Winning medals will bring money,” Sindhu instructed India Today.

PV Ramanna, Sindhu’s father, who was a member of the Indian volleyball group that received bronze within the 1986 Asian Games and was honoured with the Arjuna Award in 2000, mentioned his famous person daughter still has her values intact, one thing he believes each athlete ought to observe.

“The values are same because we should not forget out past from where we came. If we have that in mind we will automatically be grounded, values need to remain the same,” Ramanna mentioned.

[Attribution HT.]

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