Saina Nehwal’s Motivational Quotes
Saina Nehwal is the person who brought Badminton to the main stream in India. Below is our pick of best ten motivational quotes of Saina Nehwal.
Saina Nehwal’s Bronze medal in the 2012 London Olympics was historic as it was the first ever Olympic Bronze medal for India in Badminton. Following her footsteps, new talents are emerging in India and showing their presence at world level events. You can see now several Indian faces in the World Badminton tournaments where the Chinese dominates.
Below you can find our compilation of 10 best quotes of Saina Nehwal for motivation.
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Ten Best Motivational Quotes of Saina Nehwal
1. “My philosophy is to not be scared of anyone. If I play well, great; if I don’t, I learn from the match and move on.” – Saina Nehwal
2. “You can’t let the highs make you feel overconfident nor can you let the lows be a reason to dampen your spirit.” – Saina Nehwal
3. “Once you are satisfied with your goal, it is the real happiness.” – Saina Nehwal
4. “At nine, my mom used to tell me she saw an Olympic medalist in me. I used to take it as a joke, but she was very serious.” – Saina Nehwal
5. “You can’t let the highs make you feel overconfident nor can you let the lows be a reason to dampen your spirit.” – Saina Nehwal
6. “I want to be the best, it’s not about the ranking, it’s about being consistent.” – Saina Nehwal
7. “Once you are satisfied with your goal, it is the real happiness.” – Saina Nehwal
8. “I think studies are really important and shouldn’t be compromised.” – Saina Nehwal
9. “I have always wanted an Olympic medal. I always wanted to see India’s national flag going up at the podium.” – Saina Nehwal
10. “I love winning more than I love playing badminton. Winning is everything.” – Saina Nehwal
Saina Nehwal brought several laurels for India in Badminton. In 2015 she clinched the world no. 1 ranking and became the first women shuttler from India to achieve that milestone. The country honoured her by presenting Padma Bhushan, India’s third highest civilian award in 2016.
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