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Who is Tanya Hemanth’s boyfriend? Know everything about her relationship

Tanya Hemanth was born on born 19 September 2003. Hailing from Mysore in the Indian state of Karnataka, Tanya Hemanth is a prominent name in the Indian badminton scene. She first made waves in 2014 when she secured victory in the All India Under-13 girls’ doubles event in Sivakasi, Tamil Nadu. Not long after, Tanya clinched the All India Under-15 girls’ singles title in Kakinada by defeating Maharashtra’s Janhavi Kanitkar in the final match.

She continued her winning streak at Jaipur by taking home the Under-15 doubles title and earned the chance to play for India at the Asian Sub-Junior Under-15 Badminton Championships in Myanmar. That same year at the U15 Nationals held in Tenali, she dominated the doubles category and also bagged a third-place finish in the singles. Tanya’s remarkable performance at the Polish Open followed an equally impressive run in an earlier tournament.

She powered through to the semifinals at the Uganda International Series in Kampala in February the same year. These successive tournament achievements were a significant boost to her confidence. Studying and training at the Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy, Tanya fought valiantly in the semifinals in Uganda against fellow Indian Anupama Upadhyaya. She started strong by winning the first game but couldn’t keep the momentum going and ultimately fell 21-12, 16-21, 15-21 in a tight 40-minute clash.

Tanya, who looks up to the world’s top-ranked Taiwanese player Tai Tzu Ying, bagged her inaugural title in 2018 at the Dubai Junior International Series and subsequently notched up a silver at the Cyprus Junior in 2019. Not long after, she scored a double bronze in both singles and doubles at another tournament in Dubai. The Badminton World Federation (BWF), due to the pandemic, froze the global rankings, which meant players like Tanya Hemanth couldn’t move up or down during 2020.

Over the past few years, Tanya’s remarkable outings have seen her represent India in the Under-15, Under-17, and Under-19 categories at various championships. Despite shining in doubles, Tanya has exclusively focused on singles since 2020 on the advice of the Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy’s (PPBA) chief coach, U Vimal Kumar. Since joining PPBA, she’s noticed a substantial improvement in her playing style and mentality. Tanya’s journey in badminton began when she was just eight.

She was coached by Murali and Siddharth, before moving to the Sports Academy overseen by Krishnakumar. In the year 2019, her back-to-back wins in the All India U17 doubles tournaments in Imphal and Guwahati led to her being selected for the Sub Junior Asian Championship in Surabaya, Indonesia. She also achieved bronze in the U19 girls’ singles at three All-India junior events in Bangalore and celebrated a doubles victory in Chandigarh. These accolades earned her spots in the prestigious Dutch and German Opens in 2019.

NameTanya Hemanth
DOB19 September 2003
PositionWomen’s SIngles
Domestic clubsN/A
Highest rank48
Current rank74
InternationalIndia (2021-)
Career wins and losses84 Wins
56 Losses
World tour titles2

Best Domestic Finish

Tanya’s badminton journey began at the Indiranagar Club and she later honed her skills for over six years with coach BN Sudhakar at NGV and ISports. Nowadays, she’s sharpening her talents at the esteemed Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy. While also tackling her final year of a commerce degree at Jain PU College, Tanya credits her success in balancing the demands of sport and study to the unwavering support of her parents, Hemanth Kumar and Rani.

Tanya Hemanth, a passionate admirer of the Chinese Taipei world champion, clinched her inaugural championship at the Dubai Junior International Series in 2018. She secured a silver at the 2019 Cyprus Junior, followed by a bronze in both singles and doubles at Dubai. The remarkable journey of a seventeen-year-old to a senior international tournament final from the qualifiers has undoubtedly garnered significant attention.

Best International Finish

Karnataka’s own Tanya Hemanth triumphed in the women’s singles at the Iran Fajr International Challenge in Tehran. At just 19 years old, Tanya, who is the second seed and trains at the Prakash Padukone Academy, overpowered last year’s winner Tasnim Mir in a swift 30-minute match. The young star from Bengaluru breezed through the opening game and faced slight pushback in the second but emerged victorious with scores of 21-7, 21-11.

Who is Tanya Hemanth’s husband?

Tanya Hemanth isn’t dating right now. She doesn’t have a partner. There isn’t much information known regarding her prior relationships and engagements.

Does Tanya Hemanth have kids?

No, Tanya Hemanth does not have kids.

Know everything about her love life

Tanya Hemanth’s love background is mostly unknown; nonetheless, we will keep you updated on any developments in her personal life or relationships.

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