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Manu Attri was born on 31 December, 1992 in Meerut, India, is a Badminton player. At 28 years old, Manu Attri height is 5 ft 7 in (172.0 cm).

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Age 28 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 31 December 1992
Birthday 31 December
Birthplace Meerut, India

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Weight 73 kg
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Manu Attri Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Manu Attri worth at the age of 28 years old? Manu Attri’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. He is from . We have estimated Manu Attri's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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He started his new partnership with B. Sumeeth Reddy and entered in the qualification round for the Men's Doubles event. In round 1 of qualification, the pair got a bye, while in round 2 the Chinese pair of Guo Zhendong & Xu Chen gave them a walkover. The team qualified for the main draw, but eventually lost to Alvent Yulianto Chandra and Markis Kido from Indonesia by 17-21, 21-13, 11-21 in the 1st round.


In Mixed Doubles Round 1, he along with Manisha faced 2nd seed Zhao Jiang, Terry Yeo and Dellis Yuliana from Indonesia and lost against them by 16-21 and 13-21.


He competed at the 2014 Asian Games. In 2016, Manu competed in the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics along with his partner B. Sumeeth Reddy in the men's doubles event. The pair became the first ever men's doubles pair from India to compete in the Olympic Games.


Manu was a part of the Indian team that participated in the BWF World Junior Championship in 2010. India was placed in Group Z2 along with Denmark and the USA. India finished 9th in this tournament.


The BWF Grand Prix has two levels, the BWF Grand Prix and Grand Prix Gold. It is a series of badminton tournaments sanctioned by the Badminton World Federation (BWF) since 2007.


Manu Attri (born 31 December 1992) is an Indian badminton player who currently plays men's and mixed doubles. He partners with Jishnu Sanyal for men's doubles events and previously partnered with B. Sumeeth Reddy. For mixed doubles events, he partners with N. Siki Reddy, and previously, K. Maneesha.


Round 2: Seung Il CHOI & So Young PARK (KOR) 20-22 19-21 Lost


Round 1: vs Morten BRøDBæK & Nikolaj OVERGAARD (DEN) 19-21 12-21 Lost

Round 1: Khanjani Mohammad Reza & Eskandari Vatannejad Soroush (IRI) 21-10 21-11 Win

Round 2: Fernando Eranga & Matarage Indika (SRI) 21-3 21-9 Win

Quarterfinals: Karunaratne Dinuka & Karunaratne Niluka (SRI)[4] 7-21 10-21 Lost

Round 1: vs Marwan Saada Yasin & Marwan Saada Youssef (EGY) 21-2 21-12 Win

Round 2: vs Rizki Delynugraha Mochamad & Rijal Muhammad (INA) 18-21 7-21 Lost

Qualification 3 Semifinal: vs Quang Tuan Bui & Ha Anh Le (VIE) 21-15 21-9 Win

Qualification 3 Final: Prom Saravuth & Yongvannak Teav (CAM) 21-13 21-18 Win

Round 1: Bang Duc Bui & Manh Thang Dao (VIE) 23-25 21-14 14-21 Lost

Round 2: Kien Keat Koo & Boon Heong Tan [1](MAS) 9-21 14-21 Lost

Round 1: Moosa Ahmed & Shafeeg Ibrahim (MDV) 21-6 21-8 Win

Round 2: Thasleem Ibrahim & Zuhury Ismail (MDV) 21-3 21-12 Win

Quarterfinal: Koch Jurgen & Zauner Peter (AUT) 19-21 18-21 Lost

Round 2: Deeneshsing Baboolall & Yoni Louison (MRI) 21-14 21-15 Win

Quarterfinal: Aatish Lubah & Julien Paul (MRI) 21-12 21-9 Win

Semifinal: Giovanni Greco & Rosario Maddaloni [4] (ITA) 21-10 21-14 Win

Final: Dorian James & Willem Viljoen [1] (SA) 21-19 21-9 Win

Round 2: Adamu Ibrahim & Elewa Olorunfemi (NIG) 21-13 21-11 Win

Quarterfinal: Emre Lale & Murat Sen (TUR) 21-11 21-10 Win

Semifinal: Jinkam Ifraimu Bulus & Ebenezer Olaluwa Fagbemi [2](NIG) 21-8 21-19 Win

Final: Dorian James & Willem Viljoen [1] (SA) 21-13 21-12 Win

Round 1: Shen Low Juan & Jagdish Singh (MAS) 7-21 21-17 17-21 Lost

Round 1: Alvent Yulianto Chandra & Hendra Aprida Gunawan [4](INA) 16-21 12-21 Lost

Round 1: Bang Duc Bui & Manh Thang Dao (VIE) 19-21 21-12 16-21 Lost

Round 1: Arun Vishnu & Aparna Balan [3] (IND) 15-21 10-21 Lost

Round 1: Peng Soon Chan & Aik Quan Tan 15-21 19-21 Lost

Round 1: Ha Anh Le & Thu Huyen Le (VIE) 21-14 21-10 Win

Round 2: V. Diju & Jwala Gutta [3] (IND) 14-21 11-21 Lost

He partnered with T. Hemanagendra Babu (IND) for the Men's doubles event. In round 1 they defeated the Iranian players Alireza Faghfouri & Mehran Shahbazi by 21-9 22-20. In round 2, the pair was defeated by Itani Kazuya & Tomoya Takashina from Japan with a score of 21-18 14-21 16-21.

Manu partnered with T. Hemanagendra Babu (IND) for the Men's doubles event. They defeated the German pair of Mark Flato & Patrick Kaemnitz in round 1 by 21-10 21-11. In round 2 they lost against 2nd seed host favourite Jurgen Koch & Peter Zauner by 14-21 10-21.

He again went back to his partnership with Sanyal Jisnu for the Men's doubles event. The pair lost their 1st match against the Indonesian pair of Adam Cwalina & Michael Logosz by 13-21 17-21. For the mixed doubles, he paired up with N. Sikki Reddy. They were seeded 2nd in the tournament, but got knocked out by Danny Bawa Chrisnanta & Yu Yan Vanessa Neo from Singapore by 11-21 21-17 15-21 in round 1.

He partnered with B. Sumeeth Reddy and entered in the qualification round of the men's doubles event. In Qualification Round 1, the pair defeated Lai Chein Cheng of Taipei and Joe Wu of New Zealand by 21-11 and 21-14. In Qualification Round 2, they knocked out 3rd seed Lee Chun Hei and Ng Ka Long from Hong Kong by 21-13, 13-21, 21-15 and qualified for the main draw.

In Men's Doubles Round 1, they defeat French pair Ronan Laber and Mathias Quere by 21-15, 12-21, 21-15. In Round 2, they lost to 5th seed Gideon Markus Fernaldi and Agripinna Prima Rahmanto Putra from Indonesia by 19-21 and 11-21.