Saina Nehwal makes no song-and-dance about her name or her (almost) namesake—merely her achievements.
What she said:
“If you’re starting your career and you have a name that is similar to a celebrity, it also gives you an added advantage.”
Saina Nehwal is not in the shadows anymore—certainly not Sania Mirza’s.
Speaking to Mint Indulge, the No.1 Indian woman badminton player said:
“For me, badminton is my love. And I was persuaded by my parents to follow it when I was quite young, say around eight years old. I have still not taken it as a profession, rather I take it as my duty and I enjoy it a lot. I have also been helped by the sacrifices that my family has made, the hard work of the coaches I worked with, the support of the financiers, love of the fellow countrymen and, of course, blessings of the almighty. But…
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