B. Sai Praneeth Announces Retirement from Professional Badminton

Badminton player B. Sai Praneeth has announced his retirement from the sport via social media. The 31-year-old, who won bronze at the 2019 World Championships, expressed his gratitude to the badminton community in a post on X (formerly Twitter), on Monday. Praneeth hails from Hyderabad, Telangana, and has been a key player for India in various tournaments over the years.

In his retirement post, Sai Praneeth thanked his family, coach Pullela Gopichand, and the Badminton Association of India for their support throughout his career. The player’s decision to retire has come as a surprise to many in the badminton fraternity, who will miss his presence on the court.

Throughout his career, Sai Praneeth has been a consistent performer for India, contributing to the team’s success in multiple championships. His achievements on the international stage have brought recognition to Indian badminton and inspired many young players to take up the sport.

As the badminton community comes to terms with Sai Praneeth’s retirement, fans and fellow players are expressing their appreciation for his contributions to the sport. The player’s dedication and passion for badminton have left a lasting impact on the game in India, and his presence will be missed on the court.