These women athletes have fascinated the Indian sports fans with their playing skills, they are not only good at their respective game but are also the most stylish sportswomen of India.-- Advertisement --
Here are such stylish sportswomen of India:
1. Sharmila Nicollet
Sharmila Nicollet is an Indo French professional golfer from Bangalore, India. At 16 she was the youngest lady golfer to win the All-India Ladies Amateur Championship, in 2007-2008.
The 21-year-old became the youngest Indian golfer to qualify for Ladies European Tour (LET) 2012 with a full tour card and retained her LET card for the second year in 2013.-- Advertisement --
Nicollet uses her strong along with her fashion sense to attract youngsters to the sport.
2. Prachi Tehlan
Prachi is an Indian netball player, basketball player, and an actress. Prachi is a former captain of the Indian Netball Team which represented India in the 2010 Commonwealth Games and in other major Asian Championships in 2010-11. She has been given the title of “Queen of The Court” by The Times of India & “Lass of The Rings” by The Indian Express.
3. Tania Sachdev
Tania Sachdev is an Indian chess player, she has been awarded the International Master in 2008 and Woman Grandmaster in 2005. Tania was given the prestigious Arjuna Award in 2009. She is a perfect combo of beauty with brains.
4. Sania Mirza
When Sania was 16, she got the nation’s attention while winning on the tennis courts. She is the first Indian woman to reach the fourth round of a Grand Slam tournament, the 2005 US Open and has been awarded The Arjuna award. At the 2006 Doha Asian Games, she secured gold in mixed doubles, silver in women’s singles and the team event. In 2009 she won her first Grand Slam title, partnering Bhupathi in the Australian Open. In 2012 she again joined Bhupathi to win her second Grand Slam title and got the victory at the French Open. Mirza does ramp walking for famous designers Rohit Bal and Rocky S.
5. Saina Nehwal
Saina was Ranked No. 2 by the Badminton World Federation, Saina was felicitated with the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award in 2010. Saina is the first Indian to win the World Junior Badminton Championships and is the first Indian woman to reach the singles quarter-finals at the Olympics. Due to her confidence and beauty, she is often seen on the ramps
6. Dipika Pallikal
Dipika is an Indian professional squash player. She is the first Indian to break into the top 10 in the PSA Women‘s rankings. She took the audience’s attention in 2011 when she won three WISPA tour titles to attain a career-best ranking of 13th. She broke into the top 10 in December 2012.
7. Heena Sidhu
Heena is an Indian shooter. 7 April 2014 she reached number one in world rankings and became the first Indian pistol shooter do so. She was ranked by the International Shooting Sports Federation. She is good in her sports as well as stylish too.
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