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Gurusaidutt, a CWG bronze medalist, has announced his retirement from badminton

RMV Gurusaidutt, a Commonwealth Games bronze medalist, announced his departure from international badminton on Monday, bringing an end to a professional career that extended over a decade and a half.

Gurusaidutt, a CWG bronze medalist, has announced his retirement from badminton

After fighting various injuries in recent years, the 32-year-old from Hyderabad, who won bronze at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, made the choice.

“I was unable to offer my all.” I adored the sport and thought I couldn’t do it right. My body could not handle it. As a result, I decided to stop competing in badminton. “This is a really emotional choice for me,” Gurusaidutt further Said.

Gurusaidutt have won a gold medal at the Commonwealth Youth Games in 2008 and a bronze medal at the World Junior Championships, will embark on a new career as a coach.

“I am quite excited about working with the Indian squad.” “I’ll learn a lot working under Gopi sir, who has been my mentor,” Gurusaidutt said.

“I’ll be with the Indian squad in Indonesia for the 1000 event as well as the camp until the CWG.” I am grateful to BPCL for this chance and am excited to engage with the Indian team.”

Gurusaidutt finished second in the India Open Grand Prix in 2010. He represented India at the South Asian Games, where he won silver in the singles event and a gold medal in the team competition.

He has previously won the Bulgarian International in 2015, as well as the Tata Open India International in 2012.

In 2008, he also won the title in the Bahrain International. His most memorable performance occurred in the 2014 Commonwealth Games, when he defeated England’s Rajiv Ouseph to earn the bronze medal.