Gadde Ruthvika Shivani

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Gadde Ruthvika Shivani
Ruthvika Shivani Gadde, May 2014.jpg
గద్దె రుత్విక శివాని
Personal information
Birth name Gadde Ruthvika Shivani
Country  India
Born (1997-03-26) 26 March 1997 (age 21)[1]
Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, India
Residence Khammam, Telangana, India[2]
Height 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)[3]
Weight 60 kg (132 lb)
Handedness Right handed
Coach Pullela Gopichand [3]
Women's Singles
Career title(s) 5
Highest ranking 49 (1 December 2016[4])
Current ranking 55 (5 April 2018)
BWF profile

Gadde Ruthvika Shivani (born 26 March 1997) is an Indian badminton player who currently plays Singles.[5] She is currently being supported by the GoSports Foundation through the Rahul Dravid Athlete Mentorship Programme. She trains at the Gopichand Badminton Academy.[6]

Childhood and Early Training[edit]

Gadde Ruthvika Shivani, the daughter of G. Bhavani Prasad[7] and G. Prameela Rani,[8] was born in a Telugu family on 26 March 1997. Her father is a small business man and her mother is a homemaker and Shivani's elder brother is G. S. Chaitanya Prasad. Shivani getting interested in playing badminton at the age of five, she used to go along with his father to play with club members at Khammam's Sequel Resorts. Her father and his friends noticed her keen interest to the sport, from then she started playing it every single day and make it as a career.

In 2002, Shivani initially took in the nuts and bolts of the game with the direction of club coach Prem Singh at Khammam's Sequel Resorts. Later, she joined in the Sports Authority Academy, Khammam, in 2004 under the guidance of coach G. Sudhakar Reddy till 2011. During her training she sharpened her repertoire of mix-and-match shots to bait and confuse her opponents. One of the others things she did was to play singles and doubles with boys. While their physicality made Shivani work harder, her techniques refined her game, making her stand out.

Soon after Shivani joined in the Pullela Gopichand Badminton Academy in 2012, she won several medals after joining in the Gopichand Badminton Academy, one of the biggest triumph is winning the women's singles title in Russian Grand Prix. About Shivani's performance at the Russian Grand Prix, Gopichand said: "She had the habit of playing against the boys in her early days". "So, her fitness and power is automatically developed and it is likely to make the difference from the other students of this academy. And after she joined the academy, I did not overwrite her game style. Rather I tried to polish it".

Shivani was National Champion at sub-junior, junior, senior level categories in all age groups and in all formats of badminton events, respectively she won 115 national medals. In the international level she won 20 medals. Shivani completed her schooling from Harvest Public School, Khammam. She completed her 11th, 12th standards from Jubilee Hills Public School, Hyderabad and B.Com from St. Ann's College for Women, at present she is pursuing her M.B.A in the same college located in Hyderabad.

Career[edit]

In the international circuit, Shivani made her first international sub-junior debut in 2010, she was a bronze medallist in women's doubles category at the Badminton Asia Youth U17 & U15 Championships held in Chiba, Japan, that was her first medal in international level. In the same year she was a silver medallist in women's doubles category at the Li-Ning Singapore Youth International held in Singapore. In 2011, Shivani was a silver medallist in women's singles category at the Badminton Asia Youth U17 & U15 Championships held in Chiba, Japan. She was also a silver medallist in women's doubles category at the DJARUM SIRNAS REG.IV FLY POWER PERTAMINA JATIM OPEN held in Surabaya, Indonesia.

2011[edit]

In 2011, Shivani made her first international junior debut at Ramenskoe Junior International held in Ramenskoe, Russia. She vanquished Russian Player Evgeniya Kosetskaya and won women's singles title. She was also a bronze medallist in women's doubles. At Asian Junior Championships she was a bronze medallist in mixed team event.

2012[edit]

In 2012, Sushant Chipalkatti Memorial India Junior International held in Pune, Maharastra. She won the women's singles title by defeating Rituparna Das in straight sets and also won the women's doubles title.

2013[edit]

In the 2013 Indian Badminton League, She was the team member of the Awadhe Warriors. Her team lost in finals against Hyderabad HotShots and finished as runner's-up. Shivani won women's singles title at Sushant Chipalkatti Memorial India Junior International held in Pune, Maharastra. By defeating Liang Xiaoyu in finals. She won in women's doubles at Vankina Anjana Devi Memorial All India Senior Ranking Badminton Tournament held in Hyderabad, Telangana.

2014[edit]

In December, Shivani won the Tata Open India International women's singles title after beating her opponent Arundhati Pantawane in the final. This was her first international challenge title held in Mumbai, Maharastra. On September 7, 2014 she won her third consecutive year of winning women's singles title in Sushant Chipalkatti Memorial India Junior International held in Pune, Maharastra defeating her opponent Karthik Reshma in the final. Winner in women’s singles at All India Senior Ranking Badminton Tournament held in Gandhidham, Gujarat.

2015[edit]

At the 2015 December, Yonex-Sunrise Bangladesh Open International held in Dhaka, Bangladesh. She won the women's singles title by defeating top seeded player Iris Wang of United States. In October, Sofia, Bulgaria she was a bronze medallist in women's singles at the Babolat Bulgarian International. In September, playing at the Sushant Chipalkatti Memorial India Junior International held in Pune, Maharastra. She defeated second seeded player Supamart Mingchua in the final and winning the women's singles title for the fourth consecutive year. At Radhey Shyam Gupta Memorial All India Senior Ranking Badminton Tournament held in Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh she was winner in women's singles.

2016[edit]

At the 2016 South Asian Games held in Guwahati and Shillong, she won two gold medals, in women's team and women's singles. Rising star Shivani created the biggest upset by defeating P. V. Sindhu in straight games and won the women's singles title. She was a women's team member in India's national team at the 2016 Uber Cup and secured bronze medal in 2016 Thomas & Uber Cup World Team Championships Finals held in Kunshan, China. In the quarter finals she defeated Thailand's top player Nichaon Jindapol by 21-18, 21-16[9] with that victory Indian women's team secured bronze medal in Uber Cup. Later, they lost in semi-finals against china. In the 2016 Premier Badminton league, Shivani was the team member of the Mumbai Rockets. Her team finished as runner's-up after losing in finals against Delhi Acers. On October 9, 2016, Shivani won Russian Open women's singles title, beating her opponent from Russia Evgeniya Kosetskaya in finals. This is Shivani's maiden Grand Prix title held in Vladivostok, Russia. Shivani was a silver medallist in Sats-Yonex Sunrise India International Series held in Hyderabad, Telangana. In Pune, Maharashtra she was winner in women’s singles at V. V. Natu Memorial All India Senior Ranking Badminton Tournament.

International Achievements (Senior)[edit]

International Senior Medals (6)[edit]

S. No. Year Tournament Opponent/Opponent in final Score Result
1 2014 Tata Open India International India Arundhati Pantawane 19–21, 21–18, 21–14[10]  Gold
2 2015 Babolat Bulgarian International Ukraine Maria Ulitina 20-22, 15-21[11][12]  Bronze
3 2015 Yonex-Sunrise Bangladesh Open International United States Iris Wang 23–21, 19–21, 21–18[13]  Gold
4 2016 South Asian Games India P.V.Sindhu 21–11, 22–20[14]  Gold
5 2016 Russian Open Russia Evgeniya Kosetskaya 21-10, 21-13[15]  Gold
6 2016 Sats-Yonex Sunrise India International Series India Rituparna Das 7-11, 11-8, 7-11, 12-14[16]  Silver
7 2017 Tata Open India International India Mukherjee Riya 21-12, 23-21[17]  Gold

Recent achievements: Won tata open India international challenge in 2017

     Grand Prix
     International Challenge
     International Series

International Achievements (Junior)[edit]

International Junior Medals (7)[edit]

S. No. Year Tournament Format Partner Opponents/Opponent(s) in final Score Result
1 2011 Ramenskoe Junior International Singles N/A Russia Evgeniya Kosetskaya 21-17, 22-20[18]  Gold
2 2011 Ramenskoe Junior International Doubles India Rituparna Das Russia Evgeniya Kosetskaya, Viktoriya Varabyova 21-15, 18-21, 11-21[19][20]  Bronze
3 2012 Sushant Chipalkatti Memorial India Junior International Singles N/A India Rituparna Das 21-19, 21-14[21]  Gold
4 2012 Sushant Chipalkatti Memorial India Junior International Doubles India Poorvisha S Ram India J. Meghana, K. Maneesha 21-12, 18-21, 21-19[22]  Gold
5 2013 Sushant Chipalkatti Memorial India Junior International Singles N/A Singapore Liang Xiaoyu 16-21, 21-16, 21-13[23]  Gold
6 2014 Sushant Chipalkatti Memorial India Junior International Singles N/A India Karthik Reshma 11-3, 11-1, 11-9[24]  Gold
7 2015 Sushant Chipalkatti Memorial India Junior International Singles N/A Thailand Supamart Mingchua 21-9, 21-6[25]  Gold
     Junior International Grand Prix
     Junior International Series

International Achievements (Sub-Junior)[edit]

International Sub-Junior Medals (4)[edit]

S. No. Year Tournament Format Partner Opponents/Opponent(s) in final Score Result
1 2010 Badminton Asia Youth U17 & U15 Championships Doubles India Rituparna Das South Korea Shim Jae Rin, Sun Min Lee 19-21, 21-14, 14-21[26]  Bronze
2 2010 Li-Ning Singapore Youth International Doubles India Poorvisha S Ram Indonesia Shella Devi Aulia, Anggia Shitta Awanda 16-21, 14-21[27]  Silver
3 2011 Badminton Asia Youth U17 & U15 Championships Singles N/A Japan Akane Yamaguchi 21-17, 13-21, 18-21[28]  Silver
4 2011 Pertamina Open Doubles India Sanjana Santosh Indonesia Cynthia Shara Ayunidha, Rahmadhani Hastiyanti Putri 18-21, 21-17, 10-21[29]  Silver
     Continental Junior Championships

International Career overview[edit]

* Statistics were last updated on 9 December 2017.[30]
Singles Titles
Type No. of titles
Super Series Premier -
Super Series -
Grand Prix Gold -
Grand Prix 1
International Challenge 3
International Series -
Others 1
Total 5

National Achievements[edit]

National Sub-Junior/Junior/Senior Medals (31)[edit]

S. No. Year Tournament Age group Format Partner(s) Opponent(s)/Opponent(s) in final Score Result
1 2008 22nd Sub-Junior Mini National Badminton Championships, Patna Under 13 Singles N/A India Rituparna Das 9-21, 13-21 [31]  Silver
2 2008 22nd Sub-Junior Mini National Badminton Championships, Patna Under 13 Doubles India Rituparna Das India V. Harika, Karthik Reshma [32]  Gold
3 2009 23rd Sub-Junior National Badminton Championships, Jaipur Under 13 Singles N/A India Karishma Wadkar 21-13, 21-16[33]  Gold
4 2009 23rd Sub-Junior National Badminton Championships, Jaipur Under 13 Doubles India V. Harika India Akshaya Warang, Karishma Wadkar 21-16, 21-8[34]  Gold
5 2009 23rd Sub-Junior National Badminton Championships, Jaipur Under 16 Doubles India Poorvisha S Ram India K. Maneesha, P. V. Sindhu 19-21, 17-21 [35]  Silver
6 2009 18th CBSE National Badminton Championships, Mohali Under 14 Singles N/A India Tamal Salvi [36]  Gold
7 2010 24th Sub-Junior National Badminton Championships, Hyderabad Under 16 Singles N/A India P. V. Sindhu 13-21, 17-21[37]  Silver
8 2010 24th Sub-Junior National Badminton Championships, Hyderabad Under 16 Doubles India Poorvisha S Ram India K. Maneesha, P. V. Sindhu 19-21, 17-21[38]  Silver
9 2011 25th Sub-Junior National Badminton Championships, New Delhi Under 15 Singles N/A India G. Vrushali 21-19, 21-15[39]  Gold
10 2011 25th Sub-Junior National Badminton Championships, New Delhi Under 15 Doubles India Sanjana Santosh India Lalita Katre, Karishma Wadkar 21-11, 22-20[40]  Gold
11 2012 36th Junior National Badminton Championships, Jaipur Under 17 Doubles India Poorvisha S Ram India J. Meghana, K. Maneesha 21-7, 21-9[41]  Gold
12 2012 36th Junior National Badminton Championships, Jaipur Under 19 Mixed Doubles India B. Venkatesh India K. Srikanth, K. Maneesha 21-19, 21-19[42]  Gold
13 2012 37th Junior National Badminton Championships, Imphal Under 17 Singles N/A India Reshma Karthik 21-13, 21-23, 21-16[43]  Gold
14 2012 37th Junior National Badminton Championships, Imphal Under 19 Singles N/A India Rituparna Das 21-17, 21-5[44]  Gold
15 2012 37th Junior National Badminton Championships, Imphal Under 19 Doubles India Poorvisha S Ram India J. Meghana, K. Maneesha 21-10, 21-12[45]  Gold
16 2012 37th Inter State - Inter Zonal Badminton Championships, Imphal Under 19 Team Event India J. Meghana, K. Maneesha India West Bengal [46]  Gold
17 2013 38th Junior National Badminton Championships, Chandigarh Under 17 Singles N/A India Karishma Wadkar 21-19, 21-14[47]  Gold
18 2013 38th Junior National Badminton Championships, Chandigarh Under 19 Singles N/A India Rituparna Das 14-21, 7-21[48]  Silver
19 2013 38th Inter State - Inter Zonal Badminton Championships, Chandigarh Under 19 Team Event India Rituparna Das, J. Meghana India Air India [49]  Gold
20 2014 39th Inter State - Inter Zonal Badminton Championships, Patna Under 19 Team Event India Rituparna Das, G. Vrushali, K. Sri Krishna Priya N/A N/A  Gold
21 2014 39th Junior National Badmintion Championships, Patna Under 19 Singles N/A India Rituparna Das 19-21, 19-21[50]  Silver
22 2014 39th Junior National Badmintion Championships, Patna Under 19 Doubles India Rituparna Das India Reshma Karthik, Sanjana Santosh 21-11, 21-17[51]  Gold
23 2015 Air Costa 70th Inter State - Inter Zonal Badminton Championships, Vijayawada Senior Team Event India Rituparna Das, J. Meghana, K. Maneesha India PSPB [52]  Silver
24 2015 79th Senior National Badminton Championships, Vijayawada Senior Singles N/A India Rituparna Das 21-13, 21-13[53]  Gold
25 2015 79th Senior National Badminton Championships, Vijayawada Senior Doubles India Rituparna Das India Pradnya Gadre, N. Siki Reddy 16-21, 13-21[54][55]  Bronze
26 2015 35th National Games Kerala, Ernakulam Senior Team Event India Rituparna Das, N. Siki Reddy, J. Meghana India Kerala [56]  Gold
27 2015 35th National Games Kerala, Ernakulam Senior Singles N/A India P. C. Thulasi 21-18, 11-21, 10-21[57][58]  Bronze
28 2016 71st Inter State - Inter Zonal Senior National Badminton Championships, Chandigarh Senior Mixed Team N/A India AAI [59]  Gold
29 2016 80th Senior National Badminton Championships, Chandigarh Senior Singles N/A India P. C. Thulasi 21-10, 18-21, 18-21[60][61]  Bronze
30 2016 37th Inter - Unit PSPB Badminton Tournament, Hyderabad Senior Team Event India P. V. Sindhu, Jwala Gutta India ONGC [62]  Gold
31 2016 37th Inter - Unit PSPB Badminton Tournament, Hyderabad Senior Singles N/A India Rituparna Das 21-13, 21-17[63]  Gold

Personal life[edit]

Ruthvika Shivani has been employed with Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) since 23 November 2015. Now she is in EXECUTIVE (SPORTS) post at Hyderabad, Telangana office.

See also[edit]

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