Chirag Shetty Biography
Chirag Shetty is an Indian Professional Badminton Player and he was born on July 4th, 1997, to Chandrashekhar Shetty and his wife Sujatha Shetty in Mumbai, India.
Chirag Shetty started playing badminton at the age of 7, just to keep himself fit and to spend his leisure time. Gradually his interest grew in the sport, and he started practicing it professionally under the mentorship of Manish Hadkar at Goregaon Sports Club. Chirag Shetty Biography
Chirag Shetty had participated in various district level and national level badminton championships before entering the teenage.
In 2016, he made his international debut at Asia Team Championships Hyderabad 2016 and won the bronze medal along with his partner Satwiksai Raj Rankireddy.
Gopichan. Chirag Shetty marked his professional debut in 2013 when he participated in Sushant Chipalkatti Memorial India Junior International Badminton Championship.
Chirag Shetty Biography Details
|Full Name||Chirag Chandrashekhar Shetty|
|Profession||Indian Badminton Player|
|Date of Birth||July 4, 1997 (Friday)|
|Age (as in 2020)||24 Years|
|Birth Place||Mumbai, India|
|School||Ryan International School|
|Education Qualifications||Not Known|
In the same year, Chirag Shetty and Satwiksai Raj Rankireddy duo won the titles of Mauritius International, India International Series, Bangladesh International and Vietnam Open international challenge.
He won the Gold medal at Commonwealth Games 2018 in the Mixed Team category and won the silver medal in Men’s doubles with his partner Satwiksai Raj Rankireddy.
Chirag Shetty Physical Status
|Height (Approx)||186 cm (in Centimeters)|
1.86 m (in meters)
6’1” (in feet inches)
|Weight (Approx)||62 kg (in kilograms)|
137 lbs (in pounds)
|Parents||Father: Chandrashekhar Shetty|
Mother: Sujata Shetty
|Siblings||Sister: Arya Shetty|
Chirag Shetty Achievements:
- Asian Team Championships 2016 (Men’s Team): Bronze Medal
- Commonwealth Games 2018 (Mixed Team): Gold medal
- Commonwealth Games 2018 (Men’s Doubles): Gold medal
- Asian Team Championships 2020 (Men’s Team): Bronze Medal