I am K. Pronnoy, the creator of Badminton Weekly. It aims to help you improve your badminton skills, knowledge, and overall game! Whether you are a player, coach, or just a badminton enthusiast, I will help you gain added insight into the world of badminton.
My Badminton Journey
I was 9 years old when I held a badminton racket for the first time, and I used to swing it around and keep playing with it.
When my parents saw this and my interest in badminton, they sent me to a badminton academy, which was not far from my house.
And I was 10 years old when I joined a badminton academy and started taking my sessions seriously.
Firstly I used to find it quite tough, but when I cleared all my doubts and basics, I found it more interesting, and I don’t know when I fell in love with badminton.
In my badminton journey, I faced many ups and downs, where sometimes I felt de-motivated and exhausted.
Still, I never gave up, and today I’m a professional badminton player.
I started playing competitive badminton matches and tournaments when I was 15 and won many of them.
Sometimes I used even to lose the match under 5 points, but that was quite ok for me because my coach used to say, it’s ok if you win the match.
But in case you lose the match, then it’s important to learn from your mistakes and your opponent so that you won’t repeat the same.
Rather than this, I participated in many district, state, and national level matches and won many of them.
I played badminton for approximately 19 years, and today I’m 30, and now I train my students at a badminton academy, but whenever I look at them, they remind me of my childhood.
But many kids out there are not lucky enough to join a good academy or hire a personal coach.
And that’s the reason I started Badminton Weekly, where anyone can learn basic to advanced badminton skills for free.
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