Parupalli Kashyap Age, Girlfriend, Height, Wife & More Facts

Parupalli Kashyap

Parupalli Kashyap (conceived 8 September 1986) is an Indian badminton player. A previous World No.6, he prepares at Gopichand Badminton Academy. He was granted the Arjuna Award by the Government of India in 2012.[1][2]

He made history by arriving at the quarter-finals of men's singles at the 2012 London Olympics, being the main male player from India to do as such. At the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games, he won the gold decoration in men's singles. Kashyap was the Icon Player for the Indian Badminton League group, Banga Beats in the 2013 release.

He wedded individual badminton player, Saina Nehwal in a private service on 14 December 2018.[3]

Early life (1997-2004)

Brought into the world to Uday Shankar and Subhadra of Guntur,[2] as a 11-year-old, Kashyap Parupalli originally selected with an instructional course led by S. M. Arif in Hyderabad, India. Since his dad had an adaptable work, their family continued to move habitually. While in Bangalore, he joined the Padukone Academy. In 2004, they moved back to Hyderabad. Before long, Kashyap was determined to have asthma after a couple of clinical tests.[4] Kashyap felt that his visit in Bangalore during 2000-03 could have disturbed the condition. However the analysis came as a shock to him and he felt that his playing vocation was done, he set forth some part of energy with assurance to defeat the problem.[5] Using suitable medicine, his condition started to emphatically move along. He proceeded with his preparation at the Gopichand Academy under Pullela Gopichand, a previous All England Open champion.[4]

Proficient vocation

In 2005, Kashyap addressed Andhra Pradesh and came out on top for the a young men's singles championship at the National Junior Open Badminton Championships.[6] From 2006 onwards, he began to show up at global competitions. In that year's Hong Kong Open, he caused a resentful about overcoming the then world number 19 Przemys?aw Wacha in the pre-quarterfinals; he lost the following round though.[7] A couple of months after the fact, he crushed Wacha again at the Bitburger Open to arrive at the elimination rounds. In 2006, his reality positioning improved from outside the 100 to 64. Mentor Gopichand was blissful at the success and felt that it was a decent sign that Kashyap was winning his significant matches against higher-positioned players.[8] around the same time, Kashyap was decided to address India at the 2006 Asian Games.[9] At the 33rd National Games, Kashyap crushed the then National boss Chetan Anand to win a gold decoration for Andhra Pradesh.[10] Between 2006-07, Kashyap won a couple of public competitions as well.[11][12]

In 2009, Kashyap was a semifinalist at the Dutch Open and the 2009 Senior National Badminton Championships.[13] around the same time, he was the sprinters up at the Thailand International,[14] Spanish Open and Toulouse Open.[15] At the 2009 Singapore Super Series, Kashyap was the semifinalist.[16]

2010 Commonwealth Games

At the 2012 Summer Olympics, Kashyap astonished the whole gang by winning all his matches at the gathering stage, which included the stunning loss of Nguy?n Ti?n Minh. In the Pre-quarters he crushed Niluka Karunaratne of Sri Lanka by 21-16, 15-21, 21-14. In the Quarterfinals, it was frustration as a sad watching Kashyap was accompanied out of the court after his misfortune to favorite Lee Chong Wei in straight sets. All the while, he made history by turning into the main Indian to arrive at the Quarterfinal stages in the Olympics in Men's Singles.[21] This accomplishment drove him to nineteenth rank.[22]

Later his triumph in the Indian Open Grand Prix Gold 2012 drove him to a profession best positioning of 14.[23] His progress in Korea in 2013 drove his position up to 10.On 31 January 2013 he accomplished a positioning of 9.[24] He arrived at the quarterfinals in the Swiss open which drove him to a positioning of 7 according to the rankings given by BWF on 14 March. He climbed to a lifelong best positioning of 6 after his first round match against Taufik Hidayat of Indonesia.[25]
Parupalli Kashyap Biography/Wiki
ProfessionBadminton Player
Parupalli Kashyap Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 173 cm
in meters- 1.73 m
in feet inches- 5' 8"
Weight (approx.)in kilograms- 70 kg
in pounds- 154 lbs
Body Measurements (approx.)- Chest: 40 inches
- Waist: 32 inches
- Biceps: 14 inches
Eye ColourDark Brown
Hair ColourBlack
Parupalli Kashyap Badminton
International DebutYear, 2006
Domestic/State TeamAndhra Pradesh
Coach/MentorPullela Gopichand
Awards, Achievements 2006
Gold Medal at the National Games
Gold Medal at All-India PSPB Inter-unit Badminton Championship
Gold Medal at Canara Bank All-India Senior Badminton Championship
Silver Medal at the New Delhi Commonwealth Games in Mixed Team
Bronze Medal at the New Delhi Commonwealth Games in Men's Singles
India Open Grand Prix Gold title in Men's Singles
Arjuna Award by the Government of India
Gold Medal at Glasgow Commonwealth Games in Men's Singles
India Open Grand Prix Gold title in Men's Singles
Bronze Medal at the Hyderabad Badminton Asia Team Championships in Men's team
Parupalli Kashyap Personal Life
Date of Birth8 September 1986
Age (as in 2018)32 Years
BirthplaceHyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India
Zodiac sign/Sun signVirgo
HometownHyderabad, Telangana, India
Educational QualificationBachelor of Commerce (B.Com.)
CasteNot Known
Food HabitNon-Vegetarian
Parupalli Kashyap Girls, Affairs, and More
Marital StatusMarried
Affairs/GirlfriendsSaina Nehwal (Badminton Player)
Marriage Date14 December 2018
Marriage PlaceHyderabad
Parupalli Kashyap Family
ParentsFather- Uday Shankar
Mother- Subhadra
SiblingsBrother- Not Known
Sister- 1 (Name Not Known, Died)
Parupalli Kashyap Favourite Things
Favourite CricketerSachin Tendulkar
Favourite DJ(s)Calvin Harris, Kygo
Favourite Musician(s)/Band(s)Linkin Park, Rihanna, Metallica, Eminem, Nirvana, Sukhwinder Singh, Sonu Nigam, S. P. Balasubrahmanyam
Favourite Song'Aap Jaisa Koi Meri Zindagi' of film 'Qurbani' (1980)

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