On the eve of the Commonwealth Games, Saina Nehwal is expected to give India its second gold medal in the badminton women’s singles event after Aparna Popat. The 20-year-old is now at the peak of her career, well into the world’s top three. She is the Ambassador for the Commonwealth Games but also for Solibad – Badminton Without Borders. She answered our new featured “30 questions for” with wit and honesty.
Your favourite word: win
The sound you like the most: India new movie songs
The sound you like the least: any fearful voice
Your favourite curse word: nothing
Your dream: win the Olympic gold medal
A principle in life you will never forget: work hard
What does religion mean to you: I like to be an Hindu
What are your origins: Indian
Your wildest dream: Only those which are realizable
If you were to take only one thing onto a desert island, what would it be? one partner to play my favourite sport – badminton
Your favourite food: Indian food comprising bread , season vegetables ,curd and small amount of chicken.
What emotions do you feel when your name is called for you to come onto the court? I feel proud and I go to win
What is your deepest regret? To have missed a medal in the Olympics in 2008
Describe badminton in three words: One hard sport
You play with an attractive mixed doubles partner. What do you look at first? I only play singles…
What would you like to be reincarnated as? A good badminton player
What does a man crying make you think of? That God is not kind to him
Your greatest travelling memories? Singapore – a beautiful city
What does a shuttlecock represent for you? My target
A man or woman who has counted the most in your life? My parents who brought me in this world
The moment in your life where your heart beat the most? Once I am on podium
What do you feel when your opponent has cheated? I think that it is good luck for my opponent
What can make you lose focus on a badminton court? When I make a silly mistake
Do you believe in living together before marriage? No
Where do you see yourself in 10 years? One woman of India to be remembered in badminton in the world.
If heaven exists what would you like to hear God say when you reach heaven? I want to do better work while I am alive
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