newsbadminton3 days ago

We prepared a bit on the attacking side ahead of the Korea Open, says Pullela Gopichand

Pullela Gopichand has said that PV Sindhu had worked on her attacking game ahead of the Korea Open which resulted in her career third Superseries title. Sindhu, who beat Nozomi Okuhara in the final, claimed that the World Championship loss was not on her mind when she faced the Japanese yesterday.
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newsbadminton16 days ago

If Saina manages her work load, she can deliver a lot under Gopichand, says Vimal Kumar

Saina Nehwal’s former coach Vimal Kumar has stressed that Saina needs to focus more on her workload management to achieve more success under Pullela Gopichand’s tutelage. Kumar, who worked with Saina for three years, also added that he respects Saina’s decision and wished her well for her future.
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newsbadminton17 days ago

Saina Nehwal reunites with Pullela Gopichand after three years

Saina Nehwal has announced her decision of working with Pullela Gopichand again through a message on social media where she informed about changing her training base to Hyderabad. She thanked Gopichand for agreeing to help her again and also appreciated Vimal Kumar’s contribution in her success.
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newsbadminton22 days ago

PV Sindhu believes India has immense talent to produce a second Sindhu soon

Just three days after winning the World Championships silver in Glasgow, PV Sindhu has stated that India has immense talents and the day is not too far when another Sindhu will emerge. She has also stated that her journey has just begun and she will try to earn more laurels for the country.
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newsbadminton23 days ago

Pullela Gopichand : India is fortunate that we have players like Sindhu and Saina

Pullela Gopichand has praised PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal for winning the silver and bronze medals respectively at the World Badminton Championships adding that India is fortunate to have players like them. Also, Sindhu admitted that she fought hard in the final but it was not her day.
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newsbadminton24 days ago

Saina Nehwal praises PV Sindhu’s courageous effort in World Championship final

Saina Nehwal has commended PV Sindhu's courage and effort in the final against Nozomi Okuhara and she commented that she felt completely drained by just watching her game. Okuhara broke Indians hearts as she edged past Sindhu in a classic three-game encounter to clinch the gold medal yesterday.
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featurebadmintona month ago

Why India will certainly win a medal at BWF World Championships this year

2016 was redoubtably seen as a landmark year for Indian badminton. However, what has transpired in 2017 so far has managed to raise the bar to a whole new level and on the basis of that, one can be rest assured that India will bag a medal at the upcoming World Championships.
Rohit George
newsbadminton2 months ago

Jwala Gutta slams Pullela Gopichand for neglecting her

Indian badminton star Jwala Gutta has lashed out at Pullela Gopichand, saying she deserved to be treated better for the numerous titles she has won for the country. The 33-year old also stated that the reason behind the success of singles players is the support they get, which was unlike her case.
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newsbadminton3 months ago

Kidambi Srikanth credits his terrific run of form to Pullela Gopichand

Kidambi Srikanth, who recently won the Australian Open Super Series title beating Olympic champion Chen Long in the final owing to his attacking play, has credited his former coach Pullela Gopichand for the success. Srikanth will next represent India in the World Championships scheduled in August.
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featurebadminton3 months ago

Kidambi Srikanth's recent success argues well for Indian dominance in World Badminton

India's Twitter trends received an almighty stir when the news of Kidambi Srikanth, winning his second successive Superseries title broke out. But by then, the new Australian Open champion had well and truly created a niche for himself as the new poster boy of Indian badminton.
Bastab K Parida