Ace shuttler and Arjuna awardee Jwala Gutta, who is often the target of trolls on social media, shares how she deals with such behaviour.
In a shocking news for the badminton world, arguably India’s most successful women’s doubles pair of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa have recently announced that they are ready to go separate ways. Ashwini told Mumbai Mirror, “Me and Jwala had a great partnership, but it was time for us to look for a new beginning. I haven’t(…)
Only 10% of the world’s total population is left-handed and it has been the same for thousands of years as of now. And most of them are men. That makes women even rarer as left-handed people. And you will be surprised to know that these women did not just become special because of their work,(…)
If you thought Saina Nehwal is the only Indian shuttler to watch out for this year at Rio, we bring you three more players who will definitely be worth a watch
As the games get nearer, here is a list of Indian women athletes to watch out for at the Olympics
Seven Badminton players, including Saina Nehwal, Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnnappa have qualified for the Rio Olympics based on the BWF rankings.
The 12th South Asian Games saw the Indian women’s team in full swing. An easy win over Nepal this Sunday got them to the semi finals. For our famed women shuttlers, Nepal was not tough to defeat as they won all the three sessions while Nepal could not even win one. The Indian team comprised(…)
Jwala and Ashwini had teamed up back in London 2012 and qualified to the women’s doubles as well as mixed doubles draws, creating history for Indian Badminton
Jwala Gutta is one of the most well-known women sportspersons in the country today. The winner of 14 National Badminton Championships, Jwala Gutta, along with Ashwini Ponnappa has consistently been ranked among the top 20 in the world. Here are some interesting facts about Jwala and her career. 1. As a young six year(…)