Coronavirus pandemic: Former India badminton coach Vimal Kumar wants Olympic-bound athletes to be allowed to train after undergoing tests
Following the respective directives of the Telangana and Karnataka governments, the Pullela Gopichand Academy in Hyderbad and Prakash Padukone Academy in Bangalore have been shut down for two weeks
Pullela Gopichand on his assembly line of champions, BWF World Tour, expansion of Indian badminton and more
Gopichand, the coach nonpareil in the country, is constantly looking to give back to the field of badminton that made him and his students household names.
Pullela Gopichand Academy launches new talent hunt initiative to nurture badminton from grassroot level
The winners of the contest will get to train at the Gopichand Academy after going through a selection process.
The Tata Open crown should ease off some pressure from Ruthvika Shivani Gadde's shoulder as this could also prove to be the second beginning for the lanky shuttler.
Tata Open 2017: Junior national champion Ira Sharma upsets top-seed Rituparna Das to enter semi-finals
Reigning junior national champion Ira Sharma sent top-seed Rituparna Das packing to enter the semi-finals in the USD 20,000 Tata Open India International Challenge Badminton.
A biopic on former badminton player and chief national coach Pullela Gopichand was announced on his birthday on 16 November.
Sikki Reddy, Pranaav Chopra upbeat after maiden Superseries semi-final, target 'finishing' in close matches
India's Sikki Reddy and Pranaav Jerry Chopra are eager to match up to the level of top-ranked pairs after reaching their maiden Superseries semi-final at the Japan Open Superseries.
Moving back to Gopichand Academy has been a wise and pragmatic move for Saina, and a pat on the back for Gopichand. However, it is by no means an affront to Vimal’s abilities as coach.
World Badminton Championships 2017: B Sai Praneeth's giant-killing ways put him at pole in title race
Despite having a slow start to the Badminton World Federation (BWF), Praneeth hit the ground running with back-to-back titles at the Singapore Open Super Series and Thailand Open.
US Open GPG: HS Prannoy's superior fitness helps him halt Parupalli Kashyap’s gallant run in all-Indian final
HS Prannoy mercilessly ran his older compatriot Parupalli Kashyap ragged over an hour and five minutes to clinch the US Open Grand Prix Gold men’s singles title with a 21-15, 20-22, 21-12 win.
Continuing his magical run in the 2017 Indonesia Super Series Premier, HS Prannoy entered the semi-final by beating the reigning Olympic champion Chen Long 21-18, 16-21, 21-19.