Jwala Gutta – WiKi, Matches, Metal, Awards, Salary, Biography

Jwala Gutta is an Indian Professional Badminton Player. She represented India at international events in both mixed and women’s doubles. She has a total of 316 match wins in both the disciplines the most by any Indian and peaked at no. 6 in the world rankings. She has won medals at numerous tournaments on the BWF circuit including a silver at the 2009 Super series Masters Finals and a bronze at the 2011 World Championships.

Jwala Gutta 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, she (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.

Full Name Jwala Gutta
Nick Name Jwala Gutta
Profession Badminton Player
DOB 7 September 1983
Age 37
Birth Place Wardha, Maharashtra, India
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Religion Atheist
Nationality Indian
Current City Hyderabad, Telangana, India
Marital Status Married (17 July 2005 – 2011)
Affairs Chetan Anand (Badminton Player),

Mohammad Azharuddin (Cricketer),

Vishnu Vishal (Actor)

Physical Appearance Height: 6’ 1

Weight: 75 kg

Hair Colour: Brown

Eye Colour: Dark Brown

Family Father: Kranti Gutta

Mother: Yelan Gutta

Sister: Insi Gutta

Husband: Chetan Anand (Divorced), Vishnu Vishal (Fiance)

School NA
College NA
Qualification NA
Hobbies Driving, Shopping
Awards Arjuna Award (2011)
Coach S.M. Arif
Movie Gunde Jaari Gallanthayyinde (2013)
Achievement 14 times winner of National Badminton Championship in doubles,
Won a bronze at the 2011 BWF World Championships,
Won a Gold at the 2010 Commonwealth Games,
Won a silver at the 2014 Commonwealth Games,
Won a bronze at the 2014 Thomas & Uber Cup,
Won a bronze at the 2014 Badminton Asia Championships

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