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BWF names Sindhu as an ambassador for its campaign

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NEW DELHI, April 22: World champion PV Sindhu was on Wednesday unveiled as one of the ambassadors for Badminton World Federation (BWF)�s �i am badminton� awareness campaign.

The campaign provides a platform for players to express their love and respect for badminton by advocating and committing to clean and honest play.

Sindhu, an Olympic silver medallist, said playing clean and honest is very important in any sport.

�This message starts with one voice. If we as ambassadors can highlight this, then I think this will spread to more players,� said the 24-year-old Indian.

�You are playing the sport for yourself. You need to be happy about it. You have to play it very clean and that is very important to me.�

It has been five years since BWF�s Integrity Unit was formed and this time the campaign has been at the forefront of the governing body�s efforts to communicate its approach towards integrity.

Besides Sindhu, other ambassadors include Canada�s Michelle Li, Chinese duo of Zheng Si Wei and Huang Ya Qiong, England�s Jack Shephard, Germany�s Valeska Knoblauch, Hong Kong�s Chan Ho Yuen and Germany�s Marc Zwiebler, who is Athletes� Commission Chair.

�It�s hoped such a concerted effort will not only raise awareness across the entire badminton landscape but encourage players to be active participants in shaping the integrity of the sport,� the BWF said in a release. � PTI

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BWF names Sindhu as an ambassador for its campaign

NEW DELHI, April 22: World champion PV Sindhu was on Wednesday unveiled as one of the ambassadors for Badminton World Federation (BWF)�s �i am badminton� awareness campaign.

The campaign provides a platform for players to express their love and respect for badminton by advocating and committing to clean and honest play.

Sindhu, an Olympic silver medallist, said playing clean and honest is very important in any sport.

�This message starts with one voice. If we as ambassadors can highlight this, then I think this will spread to more players,� said the 24-year-old Indian.

�You are playing the sport for yourself. You need to be happy about it. You have to play it very clean and that is very important to me.�

It has been five years since BWF�s Integrity Unit was formed and this time the campaign has been at the forefront of the governing body�s efforts to communicate its approach towards integrity.

Besides Sindhu, other ambassadors include Canada�s Michelle Li, Chinese duo of Zheng Si Wei and Huang Ya Qiong, England�s Jack Shephard, Germany�s Valeska Knoblauch, Hong Kong�s Chan Ho Yuen and Germany�s Marc Zwiebler, who is Athletes� Commission Chair.

�It�s hoped such a concerted effort will not only raise awareness across the entire badminton landscape but encourage players to be active participants in shaping the integrity of the sport,� the BWF said in a release. � PTI

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