PV Sindhu Achieved Another Milestone, Became the Highest-Paid Female Player in the Country

PV Sindhu Achieved Another Milestone, Became the Highest-Paid Female Player in the Country

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India’s Badminton star PV Sindhu not only records in the field, but now she has started making records outside the field as well. PV Sindhu is the only Indian in the list of highest-paid women players in the world. In this list released by Forbes, Sindhu is ranked 13th among the highest-grossing women players in the world. Forbes has released this list of the 15 highest-grossing women players in the world. The list is topped by veteran tennis star Serena Williams.

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According to Forbes, star player PV Sindhu has earned US $ 5.5 million (about Rs 38.86 million 87 thousand) this year. Forbes said, “Sindhu is the leading female athlete earning in the Indian market. Recently, PV Sindhu won the BWF World Tour Finals. It is the first Indian woman to win the tournament.

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Last year too, PV Sindhu was successful in gaining a good place among Indian players in the list of world’s highest-grossing women players. Of the ten names released last year, 8 names are from the tennis world, while PV Sindhu plays badminton, while the other name is Danica Patrick, who is associated with car racing. PV Sindhu has been awarded prize money of Rs 3.5 crore, which is the lowest in this list. Although the prize money is added to the list of places in the list, but the seats have been selected mainly from the supporting amount ie endorsement money.

In this way, PV Sindhu’s total earnings have been Rs 59 crore 50 lakhs last year. Among PV Sindhu’s many achievements, Forbes highlighted the silver medal won at the 2016 Olympic Games, the first silver medal by an Indian woman. According to Forbes, the 23-year-old badminton player owns half a dozen brands such as Bridgestone, Nokia, Panasonic. The special thing is that PV Sindhu is the only woman Indian player in this list who managed to make it to the top 10.

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