Commonwealth Video games bronze medallist RMV Gurusaidutt on Monday introduced his retirement from worldwide badminton, bringing down the curtains on knowledgeable profession that spanned over a decade and a half.
The 32-year-old from Hyderabad, who had claimed a bronze on the 2014 Commonwealth Video games at Glasgow, took the choice after battling a number of accidents in the previous couple of years.
“I used to be not in a position to give my one hundred pc. I really like the game lots and I felt I wasn’t not in a position to do justice to it. My physique was not in a position to take it. So I made a decision to retire from aggressive badminton. It’s tremendous tremendous emotional choice for me,” Gurusaidutt advised PTI.
Gurusaidutt, who’s a 2008 Commonwealth Youth Video games gold medallist and likewise has a world junior bronze medal, can be stepping on a brand new journey as a coach.
“I’m actually trying ahead to a training stint with the Indian group. Working underneath Gopi sir, who has been my mentor, I’ll be taught lots,” stated Gurusaidutt.
“I can be with the Indian group at Indonesia for the 1000 occasion adn with the camp until the CWG. I’m grateful to BPCL for giving me the chance and actually sit up for working with the Indian group.”
Gurusaidutt had completed second greatest on the 2010 India Open Grand Prix. He represented India on the South Asian Video games and gained the silver within the singles occasion moreover being a part of the gold medal in group class.
He had gained the Bulgarian Worldwide in 2015, moreover claiming the title at 2012 Tata Open India Worldwide.
He additionally gained the trophy at Bahrain Worldwide in 2008. His greatest second got here at 2014 CWG when he beat England’s Rajiv Ouseph to win the bronze medal.