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Playing to Win: Saina Nehwal Paperback – 2012
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Saina Nehwal is an Indian Badminton player who achieved a career best ranking of 2 in 2010 and 2012, at the London Olympics, she became the first Indian to win a medal in badminton for India. Saina burst onto the badminton scene as the under-19 champion in India and then created history by becoming the only player to win the Indian Chapter of the prestigious Asian Satellite Badminton Tournament twice. She is a recipient of the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award and the Padma Bhushan.
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Now about the content of the book, needless to say I am a big fan of her and I really enjoyed the book. The book itself is a reflection of her persona - simple, elegant and Inspiring. Right from the overall appearance to the minutiae content of the book, nothing is flashy or animated. Amidst all the description from her early childhood till becoming the nation's most loved daughter there are a number of small things which proved how down-to-earth and a family oriented person she is. Similarly her message to aspirant players and their parent shows she is a true Indian by heart.
Overall I can say this might not be the best planned and professionally written autobiography but it will inspire many people and teach them the value of working hard and being simple even if you achieve all the success and popularity. And I think this was the main purpose of the book far more than any other thing. Well done Saina