Malvika Bansod Biography: Everything about the new Badminton Star who defeated world Champion Saini Nehwal

14 Jan, 2022
Malvika Bansod Biography: Everything about the new Badminton Star who defeated world Champion Saini Nehwal

Malvika Bansod Biography: A new star in the Indian Badminton arena was born on Thursday, 13 January 2021 when a city shuttler named Malvika Bansod defeated her idol and world champion Saina Nehwal. The young girl from Nagpur not only studied Saina but the entire country and proved that India is all set for one for a champion who will soon bring laurels for the country. 


Who is Malvika Bansod? 

Bansod is a 20-years old Indian badminton player from Nagpur, Maharashtra. She is the rising champ in Badminton and has already won many titles in her name including  Maldives International Future Series Badminton Tournament and the Annapurna Post International Series, Nepal in 2019. 


Malvika Bansod Birth and Education 

Born on 15 September 2001, Malvika Bansod hails from Nagpur, Maharashtra. She did her early schooling from Mother's Pet Kindergarten and Centre Point School, Katol Road, Nagpur. She has always been inclined towards

 Badminton and has been professing herself in the sport since the age of 8. 


Malvika Bansod Badminton Career

Here is the career summary of Malvika Bansod-

  • Won titles at state championships in the Under-13 and Under-17 

  •  Won two consecutive selection tournaments in 2018 and represented India at the World Junior Championship in Canada in 2018. 

  • South Asian Regional Under-21 Championship at Kathmandu Nepal in December 2018.

  •  Won the All India senior ranking tournament and the All India junior ranking tournament in 2019. 

  • Won a bronze medal at the Bulgarian Junior International Championship.

  • She made her senior international debut in September 2019 and got the title of Maldives International Future Series Badminton Tournament. 

  • Won the Annapurna Post International Series, Nepal.

  • Won a bronze medal at the Bahrain International Series in October 2019. 


Malvika Bansod  Awards

  • Nag Bhushan award by a Maharashtra-based non-profit organisation.

  • The Khelo India Talent Development Athlete award.

  • The Target Olympic Podium Scheme (TOPS) Athlete award.


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