Gayatri Gopichand is an Indian badminton participant, who is thought for being the daughter of the famous Indian badminton participant Pullela Gopichand.
Gayatri Gopichand Pullela was born on Tuesday, 4 March 2003 (age 19 years; as of 2022) in Hyderabad, Telangana. Her zodiac signal is Pisces. She did her education at Glendale Academy, Hyderabad.
Top (approx.): 5′ 6″
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Black
Mother and father & Siblings
Her father, Pullela Gopichand, is a famend former Indian badminton participant and chief nationwide coach for the India nationwide badminton workforce. His mom, PVV Lakshmi, is a former badminton participant. Her youthful brother, Sai Vishnu Pullela, is a badminton participant too.
Her grandfather’s title is Pullela Subash Chandra, and her grandmother’s title is Pullela Subbaravamma.
On the age of seven, she began her coaching in badminton beneath her dad and mom. Gayatri then began taking part in numerous badminton championships in girls’s singles and doubles classes. When she was round 15 years outdated, she turned India’s no. 1 within the ‘under-17 age group.’ She then participated in badminton competitions on the Asian Video games, Jakarta (2018) and South Asian Video games, Nepal (2019). At her father’s badminton academy ‘Pullela Gopichand Badminton Academy, Hyderabad’ her coach Arun Vishnu paired her with Treesa Jolly (badminton participant) for girls’s doubles. The duo carried out in lots of nationwide and worldwide tournaments. The pairing turned out to achieve success, they usually received a number of medals for India within the girls’s doubles class.
A few of the tournaments by which she has participated are:
- 2022: Yonex-Dawn India Open
- 2022: Perodua Malaysia Masters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- 2022: Totalenergies BWF Thomas and Uber Cup Finals, Bangkok, Thailand
- 2022: Yonex Swiss Open, Basel, Switzerland
- 2022: Yonex All England Open Badminton Championships, Birmingham, England
- 2022: Yonex Gainward German Open, Muelheim An Der Ruhr, Germany
- 2022: Odisha Open, Cuttack, India
- 2022: Syed Modi India Worldwide, Lucknow, India
- 2022: Yonex-Dawn India Open, New Delhi, India
Accused of Nepotism
Within the preliminary years of her profession, she was teamed with the Indian badminton participant Vaishnavi in the ladies’s doubles class. In 2018, Vaishnavi’s dad and mom’ accused Gayatri and her father of nepotism and mentioned that Pullela selected his daughter over Vaishnavi as a result of solely Vaishnavi was able to defeating Gayatri. Later, a couple of different badminton gamers accused Pullela of favouritism.
- 2018: Kerala State Junior Junior State Rating Badminton Championship
- 2021: Infosys Worldwide Problem
- 2021: India Worldwide Problem (Girls’s doubles) with Treesa Jolly
- 2022: Odisha Open (Girls’s doubles) in Tremendous 100 with Treesa Jolly
- 2019: BWF Worldwide Problem/Collection Nepal Worldwide (Girls’s singles)
- 2019: South Asian Video games (Girls’s singles), Badminton Coated Corridor, Pokhara, Nepal
- 2021: Polish Worldwide (Girls’s doubles) with Treesa Jolly
- 2021: India Worldwide Problem (Blended doubles) with Okay. Sai Pratheek
- 2021: Welsh Worldwide (Girls’s doubles) with Treesa Jolly
- 2022: Syed Modi Worldwide (Girls’s doubles) in Tremendous 300 with Treesa Jolly
- Badminton Participant(s): Chen Lengthy, Tai Tzu Ying, Kento Momoto
- Gayatri likes to hearken to music, sing, dance, and watch Hindi & English movies each time she will get free time from her coaching periods.