Former Hamirpur shuttler is Indian team coach

Rajender Sharma has been contributing to game for 25 yrs now

Former Hamirpur shuttler is Indian team coach

Former national-level shuttler Rajender Sharma has been appointed the coach of the Indian contingent for the World Senior Badminton Championships to be held at Huelva, Spain, from November 28.

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Hamirpur, November 24

Former national-level shuttler Rajender Sharma, who is also the general secretary of the Himachal Badminton Association, has been appointed the coach of the Indian contingent for the World Senior Badminton Championships to be held at Huelva, Spain, from November 28.

He will be assisted to Spain by senior badminton coach Surinder Mahajan from Chandigarh.

Rajender Sharma was the team manager for the BWF World Senior Badminton Championship Katowice 2019 held in Poland and for Sydney in 2017.

Rajener has been coaching and contributing towards the development of badminton for 25 years now. He said: “It is a proud moment for the region that two known badminton coaches are heading the Indian contingent. I am confident that our team will bag a rich haul of medals.”

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