Hyderabad, November 22, 2022…. PV Sindhu gave away prizes to the winners of the FLO Badminton Tournament. Members of the city’s elite organisation, FLO(FICCI Ladies Organisation) tried their hands with rackets at Suchitra Badminton Academy, a world-class Badminton Academy.
Giving details in a press note issued in Hyderabad today Ms. Shubhraa Maheshwari, Chairperson of FLO said the prize distribution function held on Saturday late evening where PV Sindhu gave away prizes to the winners in the five-day tournament held at Suchitra Badminton Academy as part of FLO’s Health and Fitness Drive.
Speaking on the occasion, Sindhu asked the audience to focus always on their health. She told them how playing a sport is the aptest channel for the same. Sports play a very important role in maintaining a strong immune system, she added.
50 FLO members comprised of entrepreneurs, professionals, and achievers formed into four teams and played matches for four days. Most of them were first-time players. But they
practiced through the week for the tournament
FLO is the women’s wing of the Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FICCI). An all-India forum for women entrepreneurs and professionals.
The finals were held on Saturday till late evening at Suchitra Academy where Ms. PV Sindhu was the chief guest for the prize-giving ceremony, informed Ms. Shubhraa Maheshwari, Chairperson of FLO Hyderabad in a press note issued in the city today.
Hyderabad is known for Badminton besides Bangles, Biryani, Bahubali, and many other things. Badminton is the best and easiest sport that can be played in any open space just with a racket, she said
Unlike many racquet sports, badminton uses feathered shuttlecocks. Badminton is a non-contact sport, making it a lot safer than most contact sports. And can be played indoors. It is a swift game and a lot of calories can be burnt. That is why we chose this sport for Health and Fitness Drive. And what is more exciting was an opportunity to meet, greet and interact with PV Sindhu motivated many to participate and excel, said Ms. Shubhraa.