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Updated on July 8th 2022, 11:09:49 am

Story of Jwala Gutta and her achievements

Story of Jwala Gutta and her achievements

The professional Indian badminton player Jwala Gutta began so early and was well known for her left handed stroke play and a forehand service. Here is her story.

INTRODUCTION


The professional Indian badminton player “Jwala Gutta” born on 7th September 1983 at Wardha, Maharashtra. She was born to a Chinese mother and a Telugu father, Kranti Gutta, from a freedom fighters and leftists family from Pedapulivarru in Andhra Pradesh’s Guntur district. Her mother, yelan Gutta was born in china and a grand-daughter of Gandhian named Zeng Gutta who was a first Indian badminton player represented India at Olympics.


ACHIEVEMENTS


Jwala Gutta began so early and was well known for her left handed stroke play and a forehand service. She has been classified for the utmost awards inspiring sports women of India. She was honored with one of the highest sporting Indian awards, the Arjuna Award. She wins total  316 matches and ranked no.6 in the world.


WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS


WOMEN’S DOUBLE

2011

LONDON

BRONZE

MEDAL


UBER CUP


WOMEN’S TEAM

2014  NEW DELHI

BRONZE MEDAL

WOMEN’S TEAM

2016

KUNSHAN

BRONZE MEDAL


COMMONWEALTH GAMES


WOMEN’S DOUBLES

2010 DELHI

GOLD MEDAL

MIXED TEAM

2010 DELHI

SILVER MEDAL

WOMEN’S DOUBLES

2014

GLASGOW

SILVER MEDAL

MIXED TEAM

2006

MELBOURNE

BRONZE MEDAL


ASIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS


WOMEN’S DOUBLES

2014

GIMCHEON

BRONZE MEDAL

 


SOUTH ASIAN GAMES


WOMEN’S DOUBLE’S

2004

ISLAMABAD

GOLD MEDAL

MIXED DOUBLE’S

2004

ISLAMABAD

GOLD MEDAL

WOMEN’S TEAM

2004

ISLAMABAD

GOLD MEDAL

WOMEN’S DOUBLE’S

2006

COLOMBO

GOLD MEDAL

MIXED DOUBLES

2006

COLOMBO

GOLD MEDAL

WOMEN’S TEAM

          2006

COLOMBO

GOLD MEDAL

WOMEN’S DOUBLES

2016

GUWAHATI-SHILONG

GOLD MEDAL

WOMEN’S TEAM

2016

GUWAHATI-SHILONG

GOLD MEDAL

 

 

PLAYING STYLE


Jwala Gutta fonds of playing antagonistic badminton and has an affinity for the anterior court, with her professed netplay, good anticipation and the capability to play deceptive strokes at the net. She considered veritably dangerous in the frontal court with her best reading of the game and sharp interposing. Jwala gutta also has constantly make use of deceptive drops and very powerful smash from the posterior court. In her long career she faced huge fitness trouble and injury issues. Utmost evidently in her movement across the court, She is endangered in a multitudinous areas of her game. When forced to move out of her advocate positions she can commit certain unforced crimes. She stands unique for the aspects for being only one of the top doubles player to use still her forehand service, since maximum other doubles specialists for the safer print serve.