Lakshya Sen: Biography, Age, Height, State, Religion, Career, Family, Networth, Medals & more

Lakshya Sen

Lakshya Sen is an Indian badminton player. Sen is a former world junior no. 1. He has won gold medals at the 2018 Asian Junior Championships in the boys’ singles and at the Summer Youth Olympics in the mixed team event. He won the bronze medal at the 2021 World Championships and was runner-up at the 2022 All England Open. Sen was also a part of the Indian team which won the Thomas Cup 2022.

CWG 2022: Recently he won the Gold medal at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.

Lakshya Sen Wiki/Biography

Lakshya Sen was born on Thursday, 16 August 2001 (age 20 years; as of 2021) in Almora, Uttarakhand. His zodiac sign is Leo. He attended the Beersheba Senior Secondary School, Haldwani, Uttarakhand. Later, he got admission to Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy, Bengaluru.

Full NameLakshya Sen
Date of birth16 August 2001
Place of birthAlmora, Uttarakhand
Mother’s nameNirmala Sen
Father’s nameDK Sen
Height5.10′
HandednessRight
CoachVimal Kumar, Prakash Padukone, D K Sen
Marital statusUnmarried

Personal Life

Lakshya is a Kumaoni boy who is born and brought up in Almora, Uttarakhand. His family includes his father Mr D.K Sen, mother Mrs. Nirmal Sen and one brother Chirag Sen. His father is a coach in India and his brother is also an international badminton player who is also very fond of sports and has also represented India in the Olympics. Both brothers are trained under their father and are following in their father’s footsteps. Sen’s mother is a homemaker and she supports his sons in every game and is always there with them in all their matches. After seeing his father and brother in the sports industry, Sen also get very ambitious about sports and wanted to be like them so he also choose to be a sportsperson.

Lakshya Sen Family & Relationship

Wife/SpouseN/A
ParentsFather– Dhirendra K Sen (badminton coach)
Mother– Nirmala Dhirendra Sen (teacher)
SiblingsBrother– Chirag Sen (International Badminton Player)

Lakshya Sen Net Worth

Sen has achieved so much in his career, Sen gets paid for his matches and it is estimated that his net worth is $ 4,834. Sen is bought by Pune 7 Aces, which is a badminton team that plays badminton premier league. The team was established in 2018 and has only competed in 2018 – 2019, the team is owned by actress Tapsee Panu and the coach of the team is Mathias Bose.

Lakshya Sen: Badminton Career

Sen has been trained in Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy, he is very much fond of badminton and then he gets the opportunity to get trained under such a renowned player’s academy. He has really shown his skill. he has become the number one junior badminton player in BWF world junior ranking in February 2017. He had a shining year in the Junior Badminton circuit in 2016. After that, he was very consistent in his performances. He had won many matches and also won medals in every game. At such a young age, Sen has achieved so much in his career and there are still many more achievements to come along.

Net Worth

Lakshya Sen earned a total of $ 4,834 throughout his short professional career. Lakshya Sen was purchased by the Pune 7 Aces, making their PBL debut, for Rs. 11 lakhs at the 2018 Premier Badminton League Auction. Pune 7 Aces is a Tapsee Pannu-owned club led by World Champions Carolina Marin and Chris Addock. Tapsee Pannu is a co-owner of the team. Sen and other prodigies will likely improve their game even more as they compete against some of badminton’s biggest names.

Winning Stats

Singles

PeriodPlayedWonLostBalanceEarnings
All1279829+694834
201827189+91063

Doubles

PeriodPlayedWonLostBalanceEarnings
All63300
201800000

Medals

YearCategoryOpponentResult
2018Boy’s SingleChinaSilver medal
2018Boy’s SingleThailandBronze medal
2016Boy’s SingleChinaBronze medal
2016Boy’s SingleThailandBronze medal
2019Men’s singleJapanWinner
2019Men’s singleChinaWinner
2022Men’s singleSingapurWinner
2022Men’s singleThailandRunner up
2016Men’s singleMalaysiaWinner
2017Men’s singleCroatiaWinner
2017Men’s singleMalaysiaWinner
2017Men’s singleThailandRunner up
2018Men’s singleThailandWinner
2019Men’s singleThailandRunner up
2019Men’s singleDenmarksWinner
2019Men’s singleBrazilWinner
2019Men’s singleMalaysiaWinner
2021Men’s singleSingapourRunner up
2021Men’s singleIndiaBronze medal

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