Saina Nehwal wins Olympics bronze Medal

Ace shuttler Saina Nehwal earned India its third medal at the London Games, clinching a bronze under fortuitous circumstances as her opponent and world number two Xin Wang of China conceded the third-place play off match due to a knee injury after winning the first game. The fourth seeded Indian had saved four game points in a dramatic fightback and was 18-20 when left-handed Xin twisted her knee while going for an acrobatic smash from the baseline and took on-court treatment for the injury. However, she was back on the court after wrapping her left knee in bandage and immediately attacked Saina's serve to win the point and the game to be 1-0 up. But after winning the first point in the second game, Xin could not continue and was wincing in pain before shaking hands with Saina to concede the match and the bronze medal to the 22-year-old Indian ace. Saina thus became the first Indian badminton player to win a medal at the Olympic Games.
Haryana Chief Minister(CM) Bhupinder Singh Hooda today announced a cash award of Rs 1 crore to ace shuttler Saina Nehwal after she won a bronze medal at the London Olympics. Hooda congratulated Nehwal for winning the medal and said that she had made the state and the country proud.
Congratulation Saina Nehwal and Dr. Harvir Singh Nehwal(Proud Father) for your contribution in making Indian and Jat Community Proud.

Saina Nehwal enters Olympics Quarter final

Saina Nehwal wins Pre-Quarterfinal and enters London Olypics 2012 Quarterfinal. Saina Nehwal wins the first game against Netherland's Jie Yao by 21-14 in 18 Minute in the women's singles pre-quarter-final and Second set by 21-15 in 20 Minutes. So Saina registers 3rd consecutive wins in London Olympics and Now in Quarterfinal of London Olympics 2012.
Badminton is one of events where Indian can hope some Medal for Nation from Saina Nehwal, Kashyap while In Boxing Vijender Singh, Devendro Singh, Manoj Kumar and Jai Bhagwan are in Top 16 so we expect some medals in Boxing.