Saina Nehwal’s Mom Usha Lifts Daughter On Back; Badminton Ace Calls Her ‘Strong Woman’

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Published by Ricky Tandon on 16 Apr 2021

There is something about Saina Nehwal that raises hope amongst Indians always the positive and hard-working player steps on the court. Saina, who bagged a gold medal at the 2018 Commonwealth games after fighting long knee damage, credits her mom, Usha Rani, for keeping her driven as well as inspired.

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She stated that no matter how tough the situation is, her mother knows how to motivate her. Saina said that her mom told her that if others are performing or attaining it, then you can also do it. The buoyancy, confidence her mom gives her is wonderful and aids her to confront all the hard-hitting players.

Today, the well-known badminton star has come up with a loving as well as inspiring video recording on her personal Insta handle. In the video, we can see Saina’s mom lifting her daughter on her back. Both of them were full of smiles.

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While captioning the same, an elated Saina wrote, “My Mother Is A Strong Woman… #strongmummy ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️”

The fans ad followers are in awe of the video and they shared their valuable comments as well. A netizen wrote ‘God bless her’ while other wrote ‘Real mom’s love for you’ Some of the users dropped heart emojis in the comment box.

In the past, Badminton ace stated, “More than my dad, she is my main force and keeps me going with her constant motivational talks and encouragement. You need someone who you can confide in. For me, it’s my mother. I tell her everything, starting from what is making me happy or bothering me. I’ve all my emotional talks with her, I am closest to her.”

The Arjuna awardee’s mother was also a Badminton player who symbolized the state of Haryana. As a kid, Saina would watch her mom play and sometimes chuckled while seeing her playing with full energy. Later, Saina’s elder sister, Abu Chandranshu Nehwal picked Volleyball, and Saina followed her mother’s dream — to turn out to be a National level Badminton player.

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