Prajakta Sawant is an Indian badminton player who has represented India at the international level. Born on June 2, 1992, in Mumbai, Maharashtra, Prajakta started playing badminton at a young age and rose through the ranks to become one of India’s top players.
Prajakta made her international debut in 2011, at the Yonex Sunrise Vietnam International Challenge. She reached the quarterfinals of the tournament, losing to Indonesia’s Lindaweni Fanetri. In 2012, Prajakta reached the final of the Spanish International tournament, where she lost to Spain’s Carolina Marin.
In 2013, Prajakta won the silver medal at the Indian National Games, losing to Saina Nehwal in the final. She also reached the semifinals of the Indian International tournament and the quarterfinals of the Dutch Open Grand Prix.
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In 2014, Prajakta reached the quarterfinals of the Scottish Open Grand Prix and the semifinals of the Victor Dutch International. She also won the bronze medal at the Indian National Games, beating Malaysia’s Julia Wong Pei Xian in the third-place playoff.
Prajakta has continued to perform well at the international level and is considered one of India’s top badminton players. She has a strong all-round game and is known for her athleticism and quick reflexes on the court. Prajakta is also a popular figure in Indian badminton and has a large following of fans who appreciate her talent and dedication to the sport.
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