Nelakurihi Sikki Reddy is an Indian Badminton player. She plays doubles and mixed doubles. She was born on 18 August 1993 in Warangal and settled in Hyderabad.
Badminton doubles specialist N. Sikki. Her Career was a virtual end because of a knee injuring. With the passion of Badmintion Sikki recovered from that injury.
Sikki starts playing badminton at the age of nine. Sikki joined in the summer camp in LB Stadium, Hyderabad. The coach observed sikki playing and said that you have the potential and asked sikki to attend the camp regularly.
At the age of 16 Sikki was injured at knee She worried about the future. Then Pullela Gopichand guided and supported to sikki to recover.
Practising for 6 hours every day and maintaining diet strictly with nutritionist include foods like pasta . Every 3 months go to check up and prepareing for up comeing tournaments.
She come back and play in china,Hong Kong and Syed Modi Tournament and next target is 2020 Olympics selections will take place in April 2019.
|Birth Name||Sikki Reddy Nelakurihi|
|Born||18 August 1993|
|Coach||Pullela Gopichand Tan Kim Her|
Government of India Awarded Sikki Reddy with Arjuna Award.
Sikki says that “ I am very happy to get this award as it was my dad’s dream that I should be awarded Arjuna”
She won a bronze medal in women doubles event in Commonwealth Games.
Sikki also won a gold medal in the mixed team category in the same event.
Sikki Marriage details
The Doubles shuttlers got engaged to play the biggest match of their life.
India ‘s Talented doubles shuttlers N Sikki and B Sumeeth
Sikki and Sumeeth Starts their love at Pullela Gopichand Badminton Acdemy.
|Bronze||2016||Kunshan||Women’s team||Uber Cup|
|Bronze||2014||New Delhi||Women’s Team||Uber Cup|
|Gold||2018||Gold Coast||Mixed team||Common wealth Games|
|Bronze||2018||Gold Coast||Women’s doubles||Common wealth Games|
|Gold||2016||Guwahati||Mixed Doubles||South Asian Games|
|Gold||2016||Guwahati||Women’s Team||South Asian Games|
|Silver||2016||Guwahati||Women’s doubles||South Asian Games|
|Bronze||2014||Incheon||Women’s team||Asian Games|
|2016||Carrara sports and Lesiure Centre, Gold Coast, Australia||Ashwini Ponnappa||Setyana Mapasa, Gronya Somerville||21-19 21-19||Bronze|