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By defeating Japan’s Akane Yamaguchi in the final by 21-12, 21-20, Saina is the first Indian woman to win the China’s Open Super Series Premier.

In 2015, the 1.65 meter tall Saina was the first Indian Women’s Player to be World’s No.1 Badminton Player by winning Indian Open Grand Prix Gold by beating Spain’s Carolina Marin and by beating Thailand’s Ratchanok Intanon , she conquered the women’s singles title at the India Open BWF Super Series.

She defeated ninth seeded Japanese Sayaka Sato by 21-9, 21-18 and became the first Indian to win the World Junior Badminton Championships in 2008.

Regis; the hotel is no stranger to celebrity weddings, having previously hosted Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput's reception as well.

Since the couple has chosen to wear Sabyasachi ensembles for all their wedding-related ceremonies, it is expected that they will choose the designer's creations for the Mumbai reception as well.

On 21 June 2009, she won the Super Series Tournament by sealing the Indonesia Open.

March, 1990 (age 26) at Hisar, Haryana, Saina comes from a Jatt Family.

Virat and Anushka met in 2013, when the shot for a shampoo commercial together.

They started dating in 2014, which was when they began to make public appearances together.

She started her career at the age 16 and won the most prestigious Asian Satellite Badminton Tournament twice and became the Under-19 National Champion.

She won the 4-Star Tournament – the Philippines Open in May 2006 where she was the first Indian Women and youngest player to represent India.

While the couple had kept news of their upcoming nuptials under tight wraps, the media's interest was piqued when the Sharma and Kohli families were seen flying for Italy.

Maharaj Anant Baba, whose in Haridwar Anushka's family visits, also accompanied them to Europe.

The talented player has been felicitated national glory like Most Promising Player of the Year Award (2008), Arjuna Award (2009), Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award (2009), Padma Shri (2010), and Padma Bhushan (2016).