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PV Sindhu Net Worth, Endorsements, Income, Charity and more

PV Sindhu is one of the most talented shuttlers in the world. Have a look at her net worth, salary, endorsements, charities, house and more.

PV Sindhu
NamePV Sindhu
OccupationBadminton Player
Other sources of wealthAdvertisements
Net WorthRs. 72 crores
SalaryRs. 23 crore
ResidenceHyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
Endorsements and SponsorsJBL, Bridgestone Tyres, Gatorade, Moov, Myntra, Flipkart, Nokia, and Panasonic
CharityRs 10 Lakh to Chief Ministers Relief Fund
Marital StatusNot married
Last UpdatedJuly 2021

PV Sindhu has become synonymous with badminton in India. Sindhu became a household sensation when she won a silver at the Rio Olympics, making the country proud by becoming the first Indian woman to earn a silver medal at the Olympics. Her success in the field of badminton has been monumental, with a career-best ranking of no.2, and a current ranking of no. 7.

Sindhu will try to better her Rio Olympics silver medal at Tokyo Olympics. The World Champion is a favorite for a podium finish. Despite tough opponents and she will try to deliver to the nation’s expectations. Let us take a look at PV Sindhu’s net worth, endorsements, charity, and more.

PV Sindhu Net Worth 2021

PV Sindhu

PV Sindhu‘s net worth stands at a whopping Rs. 72 crores (USD 10 million) which include prize money from the Badminton Association of India and sponsorship opportunities. Sindhu is undoubtedly one of the best-paid athletes in the country and also featured in the Forbes list as one of the top celebrities in Asia.

PV Sindhu sponsorships and brand collaborations

PV Sindhu

A good chunk of Sindhu’s earning comes from her sponsorship deals. The ace shuttler had signed a deal with Li Ning in February 2019, worth $7 million. The 2019 World champion will earn $5.6 million from the deal, while the rest will be used for badminton equipment according to reports.

Sindhu has endorsement agreements with JBL, Bridgestone Tyres, Gatorade, Moov, Myntra, Flipkart, Nokia, and Panasonic. She also is the face of brands like Stayfree, Boost, APIS Himalaya, Ojasvita, and the Bank of Baroda. Reports had claimed that she overtook MS Dhoni in endorsement income amongst Indian sportspersons and was second to only Virat Kohli in 2019.

PV Sindhu Charity

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PV Sindhu made a valuable contribution to the fight against the coronavirus pandemic which has wreaked havoc in India over the last couple of years. The badminton ace donated ₹500,000 each to the Chief Minister’s relief fund for the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana to fight against coronavirus.

Apart from the donation in the early phase of the pandemic, she has been part of numerous fundraisers and has actively participated in spreading awareness about critical issues in society. although she doesn’t open up about her charity works, Sindhu is active in giving back to the country which has always supported her.

PV Sindhu achievements

PV Sindhu

During the course of her illustrious career, Sindhu has bagged numerous medals around the globe. Let’s take a look at all of Sindhu’s achievements.


  • Arjuna Award for badminton on 24 September 2013.
  • India’s fourth highest civilians award Padma Shri Award in 2015.
  • Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award, the highest sporting honour of India, on 29 August 2016.


Olympic Games

World Championships

  • Gold medal in 2019 (Women’s singles)
  • Silver medal in 2018 (Women’s singles)
  • Silver medal  in 2017  (Women’s singles)
  • Bronze medal in 2014  (Women’s singles)
  • Bronze medal in 2013 (Women’s singles)

Uber Cup

  • Bronze medal in 2014 New Delhi, (Women’s team)
  • Bronze medal in 2016 Kunshan, (Women’s team)

Asian Games

  • Silver medal in  2018 Jakarta-Palembang (Women’s singles)
  • Bronze medal in 2014 Incheon (Women’s team)

Commonwealth Games

  • Gold medal in 2018 Gold Coast (Mixed team)
  • Silver medal in 2018 Gold Coast (Women’s singles)
  • Bronze medal in 2014 Glasgow (Women’s singles)

Asian Championships

  • Bronze medal in 2014 Gimcheon (Women’s singles)

South Asian Games

  • Gold medal: Guwahati (Women’s team) in 2016
  • Silver medal: Guwahati (Women’s singles)  in 2016

Commonwealth Youth Games

  • Gold medal in 2011 (Girls’ singles)

Asian Junior Championships

  • Gold medal in 2012 at Gimcheon (Girls’ singles)
  • Bronze medal in 2011 Lucknow (Girls’ singles)
  • Bronze medal in 2011 Lucknow (Mixed team)

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