Birthday: June 10, 1955
Well known: Badminton Players Indian Men
Age: 64 Years, 64 Year Old Males
Sun Sign: Gemini
Conceived In: Bangalore
Well known As: Badminton Player
Tallness: 6’1″ (185 cm), 6’1″ Males
Mate/Ex-: Ujjala Padukone
Father: Ramesh Padukone
Kids: Anisha Padukone, Deepika Padukone
City: Bengaluru, India
Prakash Padukone is an Indian previous badminton player who helped to establish Olympic Gold Quest with Geet Sethi. The establishment goes for the advancement of games in India. An outstanding player from the territory of Karnataka, he won the All England Championship in 1980 and turned into the main Indian to do as such. His success demonstrated to be the impetus that in the long run moved badminton to the status of a standout amongst the most well known games in India. He additionally has a few different brilliant titles to his name: World Cup, World Grand Prix, Danish and Swedish Opens. As the child of a badminton lover, he was acquainted with the game very right off the bat by his dad. He won the national senior title in 1971 and over the following years proceeded to set up himself as a standout amongst the best worldwide badminton players of the period. A lot of his worldwide profession was spent preparing in Denmark. His energy for the game stayed as extraordinary even after his retirement and he continued to set up India’s first secretly overseen badminton foundation, the Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy. He likewise filled in as the mentor of the Indian national badminton group from 1993 to 1996.
Adolescence and Early Life
- Prakash Padukone was conceived on 10 June 1955, in Padukone town close Kundapura, Udupi locale, Karnataka, India, to Ramesh Padukone and Ahilya Padukone. His dad was the Secretary of the Mysore Badminton Association for a long time.
- His dad acquainted Prakash with the game when he was very youthful and the kid quickly built up an enthusiasm for the game. His first official competition was the Karnataka state junior title in 1962 which he lost in the absolute initially round.
- Prakash Padukone won the state junior title in 1964, and from that point on, his profession advanced at a quick pace. His playing style developed throughout the years and he proceeded to win the national senior title in 1971. As a multi year old he turned into the most youthful player to accomplish this accomplishment.
- Over the resulting years he won each progressive national title until 1979, establishing a precedent of nine national titles in succession.
- As of now a player of national notoriety by the late 1970s, he accomplished his first real universal title in 1978 when he won the men’s singles gold award at the 1978 Commonwealth Games in Edmonton, Canada.
- He set up himself as a standout amongst the most aggressive worldwide badminton players and totally commanded the top European players in 1980 to win both the Danish Open and the Swedish Open.
- His greatest vocation accomplishment additionally occurred in 1980. He won the men’s singles title at the All England Championship with a triumph over Indonesian opponent Liem Swie King, turning into the primary Indian to do as such. This success shot Padukone to the No. 1 world badminton positioning, making him the primary Indian to accomplish that status.
- His effective stretch proceeded all through the 1980s. He won the first Alba World Cup in October 1981 at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and continued to win the primary Indian open prize-cash competition, the Indian Masters (presently the India Open), at Pune, that year. In 1982 he won the Dutch Open and the Hong Kong Open.
- After a famous playing profession he resigned as a player in 1991. Following his retirement he filled in as the executive of the Badminton Association of India for a brief timeframe. He trained the Indian national badminton group from 1993 to 1996.
- Extremely enthusiastic about the game, he chose to set up his very own training focus. In the mid 1990s badminton was not a much prominent game and it was difficult for him to get supports. He got fortunate when BPL perceived the capability of the up and coming endeavor and offered help.
- Alongside individual stalwarts of Indian badminton, Vimal Kumar and Vivek Kumar, Padukone propelled the Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy (PPBA) in October 1994. The foundation bestows world-class preparing and instructing to youthful players who are chosen to the Academy on legitimacy. It has since its initiation created various national and worldwide dimension champions.
- In 2001, Prakash Padukone alongside Geet Sethi, an expert player of English billiards, helped to establish Olympic Gold Quest which is a Foundation for the Promotion of Sports in India.
Grants and Achievements
- He was granted the Arjuna grant for his wearing accomplishments in 1972.
- In 1982 he was respected with Padma Shri, the fourth most astounding regular citizen grant in India, for his commitments to sports.
- Individual Life and Legacy