The world of sports is changing and for the better. Lately a lot women have come to dominate the universe of sports, and all we have to say is it’s about time. But the dominance of women in the world of Badminton isn’t a new phenomenon. It all started with a certain Saina Nehwal. Former world number one, she has over twenty international titles under her belt. She helped revolutionize Badminton in India by bringing it to the forefront.
Then came P.V. Sindhu. By winning the silver medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics she not only became the first Indian woman to win an Olympic silver medal and also helped make Badminton a household sport. If you find yourself wanting to relive all the madness and the thundering clash of racquets that came along with the Olympics, you can do so with the Premier Badminton League.
Named as the Indian Badminton League, it was rechristened to the Premier Badminton League before the start of the season this year. Now this sports event is gearing up for its second season which will commence on the first of January. A good way to begin the New Year with a bang.
The league will hold games all over the country from Hyderabad, Lucknow, and Bengaluru to Mumbai. If you’re looking for electrifying sports events in Mumbai or similar such events in Hyderabad, then the Premier Badminton League is the way to go. Witness some of the best from the world of Badminton battle it out. The upcoming badminton sport event promises to be bigger, better, classier and an affair to remember with as many as eight Olympic medalists battling it out. Well known sports icons like P.V. Sindhu and Saina Nehwal will be present. Also battling it out will be Carolina Marin a badminton player from Spain who currently holds the world number two rank. Carolina Marin became a household name in India when she defeated P.V. Sindhu at the 2016 Summer Olympics to win the gold.
Bookings are now open, so make sure you get your Premier Badminton League tickets and watch your favourite Badminton stars live in action.
Written By: Sanjana Sule | Post Date: 29 December 2016