Jwala Gutta Biography

Jwala Gutta Father and Mother Name, Family Photos, Age, Biography is written here. Who is not familiar with badminton Star Jwala Gutta? She is one of the most talented badminton players in the world, who has won 14 National Badminton Championships for India. Jwala is a left hander player who started playing badminton at her very early age of six and won the Under 13 girls mini National Badminton championship in200.

 After this notable achievement, she has played a number of leading matches for India and won numerous awards including Gold, Silver and bronze medals. Now a day she is not in form and loss in early stage of women double badminton in Rio Olympics 2016. Loss is the part of game, we hope that she will perform well in her next events and win more titles for her and for her country.

Gutta later found greater international success with Ashwini Ponnappa, and the pair consistently figured among the top-twenty pairs in the BWF World Ranking reaching as high as no. 10 in 2015.Gutta has been credited to have brought recognition for doubles badminton in India, first with her mixed doubles partner Valiyaveetil Diju with whom she peaked at no. 6 in 2010 becoming the first doubles partnership from the country to be ranked amongst the top-10 and later with her partnership with Ponnappa in women's doubles. 

She has also won medals at all major international badminton tournaments and multi-sport events, except for the Olympics.In addition to her successful career, Gutta has been vociferous for the issues she advocates for, ranging from fair treatment in sports, health and education, women's empowerment and gender equality. She has been listed several times among the top most inspiring sportswomen of India. 

She was awarded the Arjuna Award, India's second highest sporting award for her achievements.Jwala started playing badminton at the age of six. Her chief achievement as a youngster was to win the Under-13 Girls Mini National Badminton Championship held at Thrissur, Kerala. In 2000, Jwala (aged 17) won the Junior National Badminton Championship. The same year, she also won the Women's Doubles Junior National Championship and the Senior National Badminton Championship, both in partnership with Shruti Kurien. 

This association was to last several years, and the pairing of Jwala Gutta and Shruti Kurien won the Women's Doubles National title for seven years in succession, from 2002 to 2008.Jwala   brought numerous medals for Indian Badminton . including Bronze medal in BWF World Championship in 2011 and gold medal in 2010 and silver medal in 2014 in Commonwealth Games.

  Jwala  was Awarded The Arjuna Award by the Indian Government in 2011.Jwala Gutta was born to a very famous personality from freedom fighters Kranti Gutta. He is very loving and caring father, who loves her daughter a lot. It is all about her father that she is one of the best badminton players in the world.she won the Sri Lanka International Satellite tournament; while in the year 2007, she won the Cyprus Badminton International tournament. 

The same year, she also won at the Pakistan International Challenge tournament and the Indian International Challenge tournament. Apart from these achievements, Jwala won the Nepal International Series tournament 2008 and Yonex Dutch Open Grand Prix 2008 in the Women's Doubles category.Jwala Gutta belongs to a mix traditional family of Indo-china. 

Her father is an Indian Telugu Hindu and her mother is Chinese. She has also a beloved younger sister named as lsni Gutta. She loves her family a lot and spends most of her time with her family.She played women's doubles as well as mixed doubles at the 2012 London Olympics becoming the first and the only Indian to qualify in two events in the entire history of the game.

Jwala pairing with Ashwini Ponappa lost their opening women's doubles match against the Japanese duo of Mizuki Fujii and Reika Kakiiwa. They then went on to beat the much higher ranked Cheng Wen-hsing and Chien Yu-chin of Chinese Taipei 25–23, 16–21, 21–18 to register their first win in the group stages. Jwala and Ashwini missed out on a quarterfinal berth by a difference of just one point, even though they beat Shinta Mulia Sari and Lei Yao of Singapore 21–16 21–15 in their last group B match, after tying with Japan and Taipei on the number of wins. 

Prior to India's final group game on Tuesday night, the World number five Japanese pair of Mizuki Fujii and Reika Kakiiwa had shockingly lost to Chinese Taipei's Cheng Wen Hsing and Chien Yu Chin, ranked 10th, 19–21 11–21. India lodged a formal protest with the Games organizers to probe if the women's doubles badminton match involving Japan and Chinese Taipei was played in the right spirit, following the elimination of medal hopes Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa but no action was taken. 

Following the Olympic Games, Jwala went to a temporary sabbatical from the game.Their breakthrough came when Gutta and her partner Valiyaveetil Diju became the first Indian badminton mixed doubles pair to win a Grand Prix Gold title. They defeated Indonesia's Hendra Aprida Gunawan and Vita Marissa 24–22, 21–18 in the Chinese Taipei Open final. In the quarterfinal, the world No. 7 pair and third seed in the tournament, defeated Korean pair Shin Baek-cheol and Yoo Hyun-Young and in the semi-final Diju and Gutta prevailed over Malaysians Goh Liu Ying and Chan Peng Soon 21–11, 17–21, 24–22.


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