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Pullela Gopichand.

WITT: Country's largest news network TV9's most special event – 'What India Thinks Today' is back. This biggest and most special convention is starting from Sunday 25th February in the capital of the country New Delhi which will last for 3 days. This time also many big personalities will attend the function and the chief guest will be the Prime Minister of the country Narendra Modi. In this event, issues related to politics, economy, governance, sports and entertainment will be discussed and views of elders will be heard. Former Indian badminton star and veteran coach Pullela Gopichand will also be part of the event to talk about the sport.

Pullela Gopichand's name will always be included in the list of players who have lit the name of India in various sports at the international level. 50-year-old Pullela Gopichand, one of India's legendary players on the badminton court as a player and coach, has been playing an active role in the sport for over two decades. He not only achieved many successes himself, but also showed the way to many youngsters to realize their dreams.

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Pullela made history

Pullela, who trained under India's first global superstar and world badminton legend Prakash Padukone, achieved the same feat a few years later. In the year 2001, Pullela defeated China's Chen Hong to win the All England title, the most prestigious badminton tournament. Thus, he became the second Indian player to win this title after Padukone. Since then, no player has been able to replicate this. Earlier, he has won singles bronze medals in 1998 Asian Games and Commonwealth Games as well.

Then the dreams of others come true

After showing great success on the court, Pullela has also been India's chief national badminton coach for the past several years and trains many players at his academy in Hyderabad. It was under his supervision and training that India got great players like Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth, P Kashyap. Who lit the name of India from Olympics to World Championships. In the TV9 Network event, Pullela Gopichand will explain how India has plenty of opportunities to shine in other sports including badminton.