Saina Nehwal shows her flexibility in the new video Insta |  Badminton news

Saina Nehwal shows her flexibility in the new video Insta | Badminton news

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Saina Nehwal keeps her Instagram family up to date on her fitness by posting regular photos and videos of her doing Pilates. On Wednesday, the ace shuttle and the Olympic Bronze Medal once again showed flexibility on Insta by sharing a training video with his 1.5 million followers. In short, the world’s first former number was seen in the chair stretch exercise. Particular training helps to give the legs elasticity and flexibility. “The body is not rigid,” Saina put the title of the video. Published and in a couple of hours, the video has garnered over 32,000 “likes”.

Last month, she posted a photo of herself doing Pilates. “Fitness is related to emotions,” the title says in the photo.

Saina was unable to book a fee at the upcoming Tokyo Olympics due to injury and inconsistency. Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the last three Olympic Qualifying Tests were canceled or postponed, Saina was unable to book a berth at the Local Games.

The 31-year-old shuttler has won 24 international titles in his career, including 11 Superseries. He has also won silver and bronze medals at the World Championships.

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However, her greatest achievement came when she won the Bronze Medal at the 2012 London Games and, by the way, was the first female shuttle in the country at the Olympics.

Saina injured his knee in a career-threatening injury and was forced to bend from the second round of the 2016 Rio Olympics.


Two years later, however, he made a significant comeback in 2018 by winning the gold medal in his second Commonwealth Games. Saina defeated PV Sindhu to take home the All India Open Trophy.

Saina is currently 19th in the BWF Women’s Individual World Rankings and 14th in the World Tour. He recorded his highest ranking in April 2015 when he became number one in the world. He has 437 wins and 200 losses in his career.

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