Vastavam web: Ace shuttler PV Sindhu today said her dream is to become World No.1 and she is trying to reach the numero uno spot.Sindhu, who had achieved a career-best ranking of World No 2 few months ago, said when she started playing at the age of eight her first dream was to represent India.”I am trying to be World No.1…Now my dream is to become World No. 1 and definitely it’s in progress. I would want to see myself there,” the Rio Olympics silver medallist said.
Participating in an interaction with students and teachers during a promotional event organised at her alma mater Auxilium High School here, Sindhu said her mother has been her inspiration.Asked on the challenges she faced to attain success, Sindhu said she faced many challenges.
“But I don’t feel it’s a burden kind of thing because I wanted to achieve my dream and I just followed that.” “There was a certain time where I thought what’s going on wrong because at sometimes you might not give your best.Reacting to another query, Sindhu said, “You have to always be grounded, that is most important thing. Even though you win a lot more or be at the top position you always have to be grounded. You have to give respect and also discipline is very much important and those are the values I have learned from this school.”
On her parents, Sindhu said, “My parents support was always there and they motivated me. My parents played a very important role and I am lucky to have parents like them because they were sports-persons.” Johnson & Johnson (J&J) sanitary napkin brand ‘Stayfree’ today announced its campaign ‘Dreams of Progress’ with Sindhu, as their brand ambassador.