N. Siki Reddy

N. Siki Reddy Age, Net Worth & All Biography - Updated Nov 2022

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Kodad, Telangana, India
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Leo

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N. Siki Reddy is a professional left-handed badminton player from India. Moreover, N. Siki Reddy won the Brazil and Russia Open Grand Prix title in the mixed doubles event partnered with Pranaav Chopra.

Early Life

Nelakurihi Sikki Reddy best known as N. Sikki Reddy was born on the 18th of August, 1993, in Kodad, Telangana, India. According to her birth date, she is 29 years old and holds Indian nationality.

She speaks Telugu, Hindi, and English. Her father had signed her up for a summer camp to play badminton in 2002, and she quickly advanced in the sport. She believes in Hinduism by religion and has a birth sign of Leo.

However, there is not much more information regarding her parents, siblings, and early childhood life.

Education

Talking about her educational career, she studied Commerce and Business Administration. Later, she did her graduation from St. Ann’s College for Women, Hyderabad.

Relationship Status

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Caption: N. Siki Reddy with her husband (Source: Instagram)

In February 2019, she married B. Sumeeth Reddy. However, there is not much more information regarding how they first met and other things.

Career

N. Siki Pedd started playing badminton around the age of 16 years old. She fractured her knee in November 2019, causing her to switch from women’s singles to women’s doubles.

She had to complete a 13-month rehabilitation program and undergo surgical procedures. On the advice of her coach Pullela, she trained daily for six hours and kept a healthy diet.

In Brazil and Russia, she has won Open Grand Prix tournaments. She had won at the South Asian Games and earned a gold medal with her partner Pranav. Her main goal is to play international badminton matches for India.

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Caption: N. Siki Reddy during a badminton match (Source: Instagram)

Her data performance indicated that she had competed in 8 women’s singles matches, totaling 318 points, of which she had lost 5 and won 3. She had competed in 218 matches in the women’s doubles and had collected 26,448 points, out of which she had lost 106 and won 112 matches.

Last but not least, she had competed in 198 mixed doubles matches, totaling 36,526 points, out of which she had won 110 and lost 88. She had participated in 20 matches for the same in 2019 and accumulated 7,068 points; thus far, she had lost 12 and won 8 matches.

Recent Career

She competed in the Badminton World Federation at two different levels, placing second in the women’s doubles division in the Syed Modi International competition in 2017 with her partner Ashwini Ponappa.

Moreover, she played in four women’s mixed tournaments for the same, winning the first place trophy three times and finishing second twice. She competed in eight matches in the Badminton World Federation International Series from 2011 to 2016, where she finished first or second in the women’s doubles competition four times.

She competed in five mixed doubles matches over three consecutive years, from 2013 to 2015, finishing twice as the first runner-up and three times as the second runner-up. In women’s doubles and mixed doubles, she is currently ranked 17th and 13th, respectively.

According to data dated August 13, 2019, she is currently ranked 17th in women’s doubles and 25th in mixed doubles.

Awards

In her career, Reddy has earned several medals and awards. On the 25th of September, 2018, she earned the Arjuna Award for Badminton by India’s Presiden, Shri Ram Nath Kovind.

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Caption: N. Siki Reddy receiving a prestigious Arjuna Award from Indian President (Source: Mission Telangana)

Net Worth

As a badminton player, this Indian athlete has earned a whooping sum of money in her profession. Regarding her net worth, it’s estimated around $17 million, and has not shared her income and salary.

Controversy

In 2017, she was at the center of a controversy over the award of a Maruti Suzuki Alto to the tournament’s two Under-19 singles champions in opposition to the doubles winners, who took home prize money of Rs 52,000, or Rs 26,000 per player.

The doubles player was moved by this to come out against discrimination. Ashwini Ponappa also expressed her dissatisfaction on Twitter and stood with her double’s partner.

Social Media

On her Instagram page, there are more than 66.4k followers. Likewise, there are more than 20k followers on Twitter and more than 2.3k followers on Facebook.

Body Measurements

This badminton player stands 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighs around 50 kg. Moreover, she has dark black hair with brown eyes color and there is no other information available regarding her dress size, shoe size, bra size, and many more.