My dream is to win a medal for India at the Olympics...



Abu Hubaida, hails from Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh is an Indian professional Para-Badminton player who made his International debut in 2016.


At the age of just two, the polio has resulted in a broken leg and this disease had made Abu poor. The financial condition of the house was not good at that time, his father was definitely a soldier in PAC, but the salary was very less and due to the large family, the expenses could not be met. His father's salary was not enough that he could train for badminton in a good place. It's about the year 2016.


He had to go to China to participate in a championship. But, he did not have enough money to participate in this championship. However, his coach Gaurav Khanna was of great help. He can never forget that time. Abu has struggled a lot since the beginning. Despite such an adverse situation, his mother not only handled it, but also gave inspiration to move forward. Abu too faced the situation boldly.



But, he is very happy that due to hard work and determination, he got his destination. The Yogi government honoured Abu Hubaida with the state's highest sports honour Lakshman Award. Para players were included in the list of general players for the first time.


Abu plays in the Wheelchair-II category and has been included in the list of top-20 players in the world. The childhood of this veteran para player was spent in PAC metropolis. He played the first national tournament in the year 2011. Whereas in the year 2016, Abu was selected for the Asian Para Badminton Championship. This was a turning point in his career. Since then there has been no looking back for Abu.



He won his 1st International Medal for his country when he won a gold & a bronze medal in Uganda Para-Badminton International 2017. He became National Champion of Men's Singles in 2018 by Beating previous many times National champion.


He is current National Champion in Men's Doubles along with his Doubles Partner Mr. Premkumar Ale. As of Tuesday, February 25, 2022, he is ranked 18th on the Badminton World Federation Para-Badminton list.


Silver in Mixed Doubles of Peru Championships, Silver in Mixed Doubles of Thailand Badminton in the year 2019, Traveling to the Quarter Finals in Thailand Championships in 2018. Abu won bronze in Singles and Doubles of Dubai Para Badminton in the year 2018 and Silver in Mixed And by capturing the bronze in the singles of Uganda Badminton, India shone all over the world.


"My dream is to win a medal for India at the Olympics," he said.

For this he is working hard under the guidance of his coach and his idol Gaurav Khanna.


Abu with his coach Gaurav Khanna

Awards and Achievements:

  • Lokmat Award 2017 Given By Uttar Pradesh Government.

  • Lokmat Award 2017 Given By Uttar Pradesh Government.

  • State Award 2016 Given By Uttar Pradesh Government.



Sports Achievements:

  • Level 1 - IBERDROLA Spanish Para Badminton International 8 March to 13 March 2022

  • Men's Doubles - Bronze Medal.

  • Level 2 - Spanish Para-Badminton International Tournament 1 March to 6 March 2022 Victoria, Spain Men's Doubles - Bronze Medal.

  • 4th National Para-Badminton Championship 24th Dec to 26th Dec 2021 Bhubaneswar, Odisha Doubles - Gold Medal, Singles - Silver Medal, Mixed Doubles - Bronze Medal.

  • UGANDA Para-Badminton Tournament 16th November to 21st November Kampala, Uganda 2021.

  • Men's Singles - GOLD MEDAL.

  • MIXED Doubles - GOLD Medal.

  • MEN'S Doubles - SILVER Medal.

  • DUBAI Para-Badminton Tournament 30th March to 04th April Dubai, UAE 2021, MEN'S Doubles-SILVER Medal.

  • Peru Para-Badminton Tournament 18th to 23rd Feb Lima, Peru 2020, XD Doubles - SILVER Medal.

  • Brazil Para-Badminton Tournament 10th to 16th Feb Sao Paulo, Brazil 2020, Doubles, XD Doubles - Quarter-Final.

  • Thailand Para-Badminton Tournament 16th to 21st September, Bangkok, Thailand 2019, XD Doubles - SILVER Medal.

  • World Para-Badminton Championship 20th Aug to 25th Aug 2019 Basel, Switzerland, Doubles - Pre-Quarter, XD Doubles - Pre-Quarter.

  • 3rd National Para-Badminton Championship 15th Mar to 17th Mar 2019 Rudrapur, U.K, Doubles - Gold Medal, Singles - Silver Medal, XD Doubles - SILVER Medal.

  • Asian Para Games 2018 6th to 13th October Jakarta, Indonesia Oct-2018, Single And Doubles - Participate.

  • Thailand Para-Badminton Tournament 23rd to 29th July, 2018 Bangkok, Thailand, Single, And Doubles - Participate.

  • 1st Faaza Dubai Para-Badminton Tournament 10th April to 15th April, Dubai, UAE April-2018. Singles - Bronze Medal, Doubles - Bronze Medal, XD Doubles - SILVER Medal.

  • 2nd National Para-Badminton Championship 23rd Mar to 25th March 2018 Varanasi, U.P, Singles - Gold Medal, Doubles - Silver Medal, XD Doubles - BRONZE Medal.

  • World Para-Badminton Championship 20th Nov to 26th Nov 2017Ulsan, Korea, Singles - Pre-Quarter final.

  • Uganda Para-Badminton Tournament 2017 Kampala, Uganda April-2017 Singles - Bronze Medal.

  • Asian Para-Badminton Championship 2016 at Beijing, china Nov-2016. Singles - Quarter-Final.

  • 1st National Para-Badminton Championship at Bangalore, 2017 Singles and Doubles - Silver Medal.

  • 16th Senior National Para-Badminton Championship at Faridabad, Haryana Jan-2016 Singles and Doubles - Silver Medal.

  • 15th National Badminton Championship For The Disabled at Bangalore Dec 2015 Singles Silver and Doubles - Bronze Medal.

  • 16th Open National Para-Badminton Tournament 2014 at Chennai (T.N) Sep-2015, Singles and Doubles - Gold Medal.

  • Big 8 Super Series 2015

  • Angul, Odisha March-2015 Singles and Doubles - Quarter Final

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