The ‘God of Badminton’, his career in Badminton lasted for about 15 years, in which he managed to win over 100 national and international titles.
He is not only one of the best Indian Badminton players but is also the coach of the top Indian Badminton players like PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal.
Prakash Padukone was ranked world’s No. 1 Badminton player in 1980. He was awarded Padma Shri.
Jwala Gutta with her furious style of playing became one of the best Indian Badminton players in the Doubles category.
She is the only women player who has managed to become the world’s No. 1 with 23 titles to her name. She became the first Indian shuttler to win a medal in Olympics.
In the period between 1997 and 2006, Aparna Popat held the most National Championships, nine times in total. She has also been awarded Arjuna Award for her excellence in the sport.
When Sindhu, at 17 years old, entered the top 20 on the BWF rankings, she attracted attention from all around the world. She recently won Gold in Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022.
He made headlines in the 2012 Men's Singles competition at the London Olympics, as he attained quarterfinal status as the sole male Indian competitor at the moment. He was awarded Arjuna Award in 2012
Srikant Kidambi became the worlds No 1. Badminton player in 2018. He set a record for entering three Super Series Finals consecutively.
Her legendary duo with Jwala Gutta elevated her to the top of the doubles category in badminton. In 2011, became the first Indian pair and women to win a medal in BWF World Championships.