Gopichand Worried About Indian Badminton's Future
The Free Press Journal - Indore|August 29, 2019

India might be celebrating a world champion in P V Sindhu right now but national badminton coach Pullela Gopichand feels there are reasons to be worried about the future as the country has not “invested enough in coaches”.

However, Gopichand feels the country needs to wake up to the fact that there aren’t enough coaches to handle the talent that is rising.

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