Sindhu, the reigning world champion, on Sunday became only the second Indian and first woman from the country to claim two Olympics medals, after she won a bronze in Tokyo.
Gopichand hoped India's medal tally would reach two digits given the preparation and support that have gone into the lead up to the Tokyo games.
Oxford alumni and biomedical technology entrepreneur Bhairav Shankar, along with badminton coach Pullela Gopichand, devised a ring that helps one know how well they are meditating.
Pullela Gopichand won't travel with Indian team to Olympics, gives available space to Indonesian Santosa
Gopichand opted out after the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) cleared only five-members support staff, that includes three coaches and two physios.
Pullela Gopichand said the country as a whole is moving in the right direction, though there are many many things to be sorted out.
Students will be selected for the scholarship, which will cover the academic and sport fees, on the basis of their rankings and achievements, followed by trials.
According to the norms, the number of officials travelling to Olympics cannot be more than one-third of the athlete. However, the sports ministry can allow additional officials at no cost to the govt.
The Dronacharya Awardee feels there is a need for programs that turn former players into coaches.
The buzz was missing. The kind one expects when champions arrive back to their city after a historic outing.
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