Exceptional facilities, highly qualified coaches, 360 degree assessment, extreme training of the players & their desire to win has made it possible that our players have participated and won many of the world’s top tournaments including Paralympics, Olympic Games, Asian Games, Youth Olympics & many national & international tournaments of repute.
The academy has trained several worlds’ leading badminton players such as P. V. Sindhu, Saina Nehwal, Srikanth Kidambi, Parupalli Kashyap, H.S. Prannoy, Sai Praneeth, Sameer Verma and many others.
The Academy has also been instrumental in conducting world class badminton events like the India Open Grand Prix 2009, the BWF World Badminton Championships 2009 and Badminton Asia Team Championships 2016.
The academy has international standards infrastructure and academy courts were used as practice venue for these championships.
All the Top World Class Players Like Lee Chong Wee, Lin Dan, Taufiq Hiyadat, Peter Gade, Wang Xin , Shixian Wang, Tine Baun, Carolina Marine, Sung Ji Hyun, Ratchanok Ithanon and many other players have visited the academy during practice for World Championships.
She has won a medal at every world championships, with the exception of 2015. She is the second woman after Zhang Ning to win five or more medals at the world championships.
She is the only Indian to have won at least one medal in every major individual event, namely the Olympics, the BWF World Championships, and the BWF WJC.
Won many awards some are Tata Open India International, Polish Open, Bahrain International Challenge, Sri Lanka International and many more.
Won the Brazil and Russia Open Grand Prix title in the mixed doubles event partnered with Pranaav Chopra in 2016. Also won the gold medal at the South Asian Games.
He won the gold medal at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games in 2014. He was awarded “The Arjuna Award” by Government of India in 2012.
He won the gold medal at the Commonwealth Youth Games in 2008 and the bronze medal at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games in 2014.
Won a bronze medal in the BWF World Championships in 2019 after Prakash Padukone in 1983. Sai Praneeth was honoured with the Arjun Award in 2019.
He is an Indian badminton player and currently trains at the Gopichand Badminton Academy in Hyderabad. He is the Indian number 2 (as of 2 April 2015) in badminton.
He ranked as world no. 1 at the BWF ranking in April 2018 and awarded with the Padma Shri, India’s fourth highest civilian award in 2018 & Arjuna award in 2015.
Ashwini Ponnappa has won many medals in international events including a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games and bronze medals at the Uber Cup.
Rankireddy competed at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, winning a gold in the mixed team event, and a silver in the men’s doubles event.
He is a three time men’s singles title Champion at the Indian National Championships. He reached a career high world ranking of no. 28 in December 2019.
Won BWF World Junior Championships 2010, won the Mexico City Grand Prix in 2015, TATA Open India International Challenge 2012.
Has won Canada Open, Mexico City Grand Prix in 2015. Won Tata India Open International, Men’s doubles, 2013, 2014, 2018.
Shivani has won national championship at all levels. She has won more than 115 national and international medals.
She has won many medals including Para-Badminton World Championships, Para-Badminton Asian Championships, Para-Badminton World Championships and many more.
Won Junior Asian Championships in 2009.
Won Silver Medal in Junior Asian Championships in 2011
Won Silver Medal in World Junior Championships, 2015