Naina Jaiswal

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Naina Jaiswal
Naina Jaiswal during an international match.jpg
Born (2000-03-22) 22 March 2000 (age 19)
Hyderabad, India
NationalityIndian
Parent(s)Ashwani Kumar Jaiswal
Bhagya Laxmi Jaiswal

Naina Jaiswal (born 22 March 2000) is a table tennis player from India who won multiple titles in both national and international championships.[1]

Early life[edit]

Born in Hyderabad to Ashwani Kumar Jaiswal and Bhagya Laxmi Jaiswal, Naina had completed her graduation at the age of 13 from St. Mary's College, Hyderabad. At the age of 15 she has completed her post graduation and recently at the age of 17 she is undergoing PhD.[2]

Education[edit]

Naina Jaiswal completed her 10th grade at the age of 8[3], completed her Intermediate at the age of 10, completed her Graduate degree from St. Mary's College at the age of 13, completed her Post graduation from Osmania University at the age of 15[4] and currently she is pursuing her PhD. She is the youngest post-graduate from Asia.[5][6]

International titles[edit]

  • First girl from India who selected for ITTF World Hopes Team – 2011
  • Secured 6th position in the world (Austria) – 2011 (under-12)
  • Cadet girls' team gold medalist in Indian open – 2011
  • Cadet girls' singles bronze medalist in Indian open – 2011
  • Cadet girls' team bronze medalist in Indian open – 2013
  • Cadet girls' double bronze medalist in Indian open – 2013
  • Cadet girls' team gold medalist in Fajr cup (Iran) 2013
  • Cadet girls' doubles gold medalist in Fajr cup (Iran) 2013
  • Cadet girls' singles bronze medalist in Fajr cup (Iran) 2013
  • Participated in Hong Kong junior and cadet open 2011
  • Participated in Asian junior championship (2011)

National titles[edit]

  • Present[when?] ranking – India's no. 1 (under 15)
  • Cadet girls' singles National champion (gold medalist) 2010
  • Cadet girls' team National champion (gold medalist) 2010
  • Sub- junior girls team National champion (gold medalist) 2010, 2011, and 2012
  • Junior girls' team National champion (gold medalist) 2010
  • Sub-junior singles (bronze medalist) 2010
  • Sub-junior doubles (silver medalist) 2011
  • Youth girls' team (bronze medalist) 2011
  • Junior girls' team (bronze medalist) 2012
  • Youth girls' team (silver medalist) 2012
  • Junior girls' doubles (silver medalist) 2012
  • Sub-junior girls' team (bronze medalist) 2013
  • Sub- junior girls' doubles (silver medalist) 2013
  • Hat-trick winner of first national ranking tournaments (2011, 2012, 2013)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "A prodigious life". The Hindu. 13 June 2013. Retrieved 12 December 2015.
  2. ^ "Child prodigy eyes Olympic gold, Civils". The Times of India. 27 March 2012. Retrieved 12 December 2015.
  3. ^ "Meet the 16-year-old youngest super talented post graduate girl in Asia, Naina Jaiswal". India Today. Retrieved 12 March 2019.
  4. ^ "Asia's youngest Post Graduate girl from Hyderabad". Daily Post. 23 July 2017. Retrieved 12 March 2019.
  5. ^ "At 16, Naina Jaiswal From Hyderabad Becomes Asia's Youngest Post Graduate". The Better India. 8 March 2017. Retrieved 12 March 2019.
  6. ^ "Naina Jaiswal becomes youngest post-graduate in Asia". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 12 March 2019.