CWG bronze medallist Gurusaidutt retires from badminton

The 32-year-outdated from Hyderabad, who had claimed a bronze at the 2014 Commonwealth Games at Glasgow, took the choice right after battling many injuries in the very last handful of years. “I was not ready to give my 100 percent. I love the activity a lot and I felt I was not not ready to do justice to it. My physique was not equipped to just take it. So I made the decision to retire from competitive badminton. It is tremendous super emotional final decision for me,” Gurusaidutt explained to PTI.

Gurusaidutt, who is a 2008 Commonwealth Youth Online games gold medallist and also has a entire world junior bronze medal, will be stepping on a new journey as a coach. “I am truly looking forward to a coaching stint with the Indian workforce. Functioning under Gopi sir, who has been my mentor, I will master a ton,” claimed Gurusaidutt.

“I will be with the Indian staff at Indonesia for the 1000 party adn with the camp until the CWG. I am thankful to BPCL for giving me the prospect and definitely appear ahead to working with the Indian group.”

Gurusaidutt had concluded next ideal at the 2010 India Open Grand Prix. He represented India at the South Asian Games and gained the silver in the singles occasion moreover remaining part of the gold medal in crew group. He had received the Bulgarian Worldwide in 2015, apart from professing the title at 2012 Tata Open India Global.

He also gained the trophy at Bahrain Worldwide in 2008. His most significant instant arrived at 2014 CWG when he conquer England’s Rajiv Ouseph to earn the bronze medal.

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