By FPJ Sports Desk
MumbaiInspired by India's badminton coach Pullela Gopichand, reigning world para champion Manasi Joshi aims to create a conducive environ...Read More
"All present models are athlete-centric, they don't benefit the sport as a whole. They benefit individual athletes.
By Joe Williams
Joining the chorus of protest was none other than chief Indian badminton coach Pullela Gopichand. "I think All England was risky, lookin...Read More
Gopichand, who has been at the helm of Indian badminton for one and a half decades, will be mentoring the badminton programme in Anup Sri...Read More
By FPJ Web Desk
Pullela Gopichand is one of the best badminton players to ever come out of India has often been credited for putting India on the world m...Read More
While Sindhu is assured of a ticket to Tokyo, time is running out for Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth to make the cut but Gopichand sai...Read More
Kolkata: Badminton national coach Pullela Gopichand is not concerned about P.V. Sindhu's poor run of form since she won the 2019 BWF Worl...Read More
Gopichand also wondered to why the legendary Padukone, India's first badminton superstar "never had anything positive to say about him".
By FPJ Bureau
Mumbai: The Indian badminton scenario has undergone dramatic change in the last few years. Indian players' dominance on the world stage s...Read More
Kolkata: India's chief badminton coach Pullela Gopichand on Wednesday attributed P V Sindhu's lean run since her World Championship trium...Read More
To be honest, the reason for my sticking to the job is, I am obsessed
New Delhi: P.V. Sindhu sent waves around the badminton world when she waltzed her way to a maiden World Championship gold medal last mont...Read More
Gopichand, a Dronacharya awardee, is credited with grooming not just Sindhu but also the trail-blazing Saina Nehwal and K Srikanth among ...Read More
As the market prices soared the Hyderabadi smashed the precious yellow metal to make it India's priceless safe haven
"It is a great achievement and their association for the last three years has paid off.
Mumbai: Chief national badminton coach Pullela Gopichand seems confident that India will bag gold at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics as with each...Read More
Mumbai: Chief national badminton coach Pullela Gopichand termed the year gone by as a “tough” one, but expressed satisfaction that the ta...Read More
New Delhi: All contributions to ‘Bharat Ke Veer’, a home ministry fund which aids families of paramilitary personnel who died fighting ex...Read More
Jakarta: Coach Pullela Gopichand said, he is hopeful that shuttler PV Sindhu’s silver medal will turn into a gold after the next game. “S...Read More
New Delhi: India’s chief badminton coach Pullela Gopichand today called P V Sindhu and Saina Nehwal — his two most successful pupils — as...Read More