Jwala Gutta Academy of Excellence Established by Badminton Doubles Star Jwala

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Indian badminton doubles player Jwala Gutta opens her own badminton academy in Hyderabad. Jwala Gutta won bronze in the World Championship and she was considered as the India’s best women’s doubles shuttler.

The Jwala Gutta Academy was constructed on 55 acre land with 14 courts and 600 seating capacities. The Academy has training facilities for many games like Cricket, Swimming and Badminton.

It also has facilities like Yoga centre and international level gym which can satisfy all the needs of the players. It is situated at the edge of the Hyderabad near to Sujatha High School, Gachibowli and it will start its function on next month. K.T .Rama Rao the Telangana Minister begins the inauguration ceremony and assure that he will give his full support to the academy to produce talented International players.

In his own words he said that,” This academy is made of beautiful architecture which is very rare even comparing with other countries. I would like to applause the effort of Jawla and her family which makes the academy one of the best in this world”.

Jawla show hopes that she will get support from the government and she confesses that she didn’t take anyone’s support to construct this gigantic academy.

“In this big country we only have Sindhu and Saina, actually we need more players. So I decide to produce good players those who have strong intention to achieve goals in sport”, she said.

Jwala is now busy on recruiting new coaches for his excellent academy,” We are searching for minimum 10 coaches for 14 courts and two will be foreigners. I am ok with Indian coaches also and the selection will be leading by former national coach S.M Arif”.

“we are also planned a six month diploma course for coaches in this academy”, she said.

She informs that she didn’t want to role as a coach in the academy. She will act as a bridge to players, coaches and parents. The ceremony was decorated by Telangana Sports Minister V. Srinivas Goud, Former national coach S.M Arif, and SATS chairman A. Venkateshwar Reddy.

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