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Tasnim Mir turns into first Indian to rank #1 in under-19 ladies’ singles badminton

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Tasnim Mir becomes first Indian to rank #1 in under-19 girls' singles badminton

16-year-old badminton star Tasnim Mir from Mehsana, Gujarat has executed what many sportspersons solely dream of doing. Tasnim Mir, a junior class shuttler, has develop into the world’s number-1 badminton participant within the girls’s singles class of Under-19.
Tasnim has develop into the primary junior feminine participant from India to attain this feat. When the junior world rankings began in 2011, Saina was not eligible, whereas Sindhu has been the world number-2 participant.
Young Shuttler from Gujarat Tasnim Mir turns into 1st Indian to say World No.1 standing in U-19 ladies singles. Her father is a badminton coach and works for the Mehsana police. @Media_SAI pic.twitter.com/Z8VOxDj6ak— DD India (@DDIndiastay) January 13, 2022
‘My dream is to win an olympic medal for India’
After attaining this feat, Tasnim Mir mentioned, “I am very happy today and I am going to try and follow in the footsteps of my role models PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal. I am now concentrating on how the seniors play now and am trying to get to compete at that level. I am hoping to win a medal for India at the next Olympics.”
Making methods via monetary disaster
Tasnim mentioned that “There was a time when my father had stopped my game due to financial constraints, but after getting the sponsor, my game started again. said that That’s why I have reached this point today.”
She added that “I used to cry a lot after losing a match. I worked very hard to get to where I am today, train about six to seven hours a day. My parents have made a lot of sacrifices for helping me and my brother in our sport.”
Her father Irfan mentioned that Tasnim began enjoying badminton on the age of six. There was some extent when he had thought of asking her to cease enjoying however she may proceed after receiving sponsorship. “Now we hope that she becomes a senior champion as well and win for the country at the Olympics,” he mentioned. He is a badminton coach and works for the Mehsana police.
Tasnim has up to now received 22 tournaments in several classes. She has additionally been the Asian champion twice in singles.