Do you have a passion for sports? Are you always fiddling with a ball or a bat or a racket? If yes, then don’t let your skill be subdued, rather make it your profession by exploring career opportunities in your preferred field. Sports can be a very lucrative and glamorous career for young enthusiasts. The successes of Indian sports persons in the national and international competitions together with the job opportunities provided by the government, corporate private sector and Indian Army to the successful Indian sports persons have made it an important field for career building. Sports as a career keeps you mentally and physically fit, while endowing you with fame.
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In 2011, Devvarman received the Arjuna Award from the Indian government. In 2018, he was awarded with the civilian award Padma Shri.
He was India’s no.1 player from 2008 to 2016. He has played all the Grand Slam tournaments i.e Wimbledon, French Open, Australian Open and U.S Open.
Mr. Jaidip Mukerjea was a Davis Cup player for 13 years from 1960 to 1973. He played for the Indian team which reached the Davis Cup final for the first time in 1966. He played 97 Davis Cup matches for India. Mr. Mukerjea was a regular player in the international men’s circuit from 1960 to 1974, including all Grand Slams. He presently runs a tennis academy in Kolkata named Jaidip Mukherjea Tennis Academy (JMTA).
He received the Arjuna Award in 1967. He is the First Indian to receive the lifetime services award from International Tennis Federation. He also bagged the Khel Guru Award from Govt. of West Bengal in 2015.
Moreover, he has Co-founded the Asma Foundation, a program designed for underprivileged children to play tennis and use state of the art equipments for free in Kolkata.
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