Saina Nehwal vs Joao Roberto Marinho

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Indian Badminton Star
$2.6 Million
Net worth 2018
$2.43 Billion
Sportspersons
Industry
Media & Entertainment
Hisar, Haryana
Residence
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Indian
Country
Brazil
17/03/1990
BirthDay
16/09/1953
1.65 m
Height
Children
3
St. Ann's College for Women, National Institute of Rural Development, Campus School, CCS HAU
Education
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2015

In 2015, Saina Nehwal won the women’s singles event at the Indian Open Grand Prix Gold and in the final; she beat Spanish player Carolina Marina

2014

Saina Nehwal won the singles title at the India Open Grand Prix on 26 January 2014 and reached the quarter finals of the All England Super Series Premier

2012

At the London Olympics 2012, Nehwal won the bronze medal in the women’s singles category

2011

In 2011, Nehwal reached the final stages of several tournaments but could not win any titles but won the Swiss Open, Thailand Open Grand Prix, Indonesia Open Super Series and the Denmark Open Super Series in 2012

2010

At the Commonwealth Games held in New Delhi, India Nehwal won the gold medal in the women’s singles category and rounded off the year with the 2010 Indonesian Super Series title

2009

Nehwal won the Indonesia Open in 2009, a BWF Super Series event and in the process became the first Indian badminton player to do so

2006

She was the runner up at the BWF World Junior Championship held in 2006

1990

Saina Nehwal was born to Harvir Singh and his wife Usha Rani in Hisar town of Haryana state in India on 17th March 1990

2015

According to Forbes 2015 World Billionaire's list, Marinho was placed at number 165 with an estimated net worth of $8

2010

João Roberto is an amateur rider and was Brazilian champion by teams in 2010 (range of 1

1990

In the mid-1990s the Globo Organizations moved its command to the three sons of Roberto Marinho

1953

João Roberto Marinho (Rio de Janeiro, September 16, 1953) is a Brazilian businessman, Chairman of the Editorial Board and vice president of the Globo Organizations

1904

He is the third of four children of the deceased communications tycoon Roberto Marinho (1904-2003)