Women’s doubles player Jwala Gutta believes that the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) should have made a player its brand ambassador in place of Bollywood actor Sunil Shetty. Nada earlier on Tuesday introduced Shetty as the brand ambassador and the country’s anti-doping agency hopes that his celebrity status will help in doping the country’s sports. Jwala said on the occasion of launching his academy here, “According to me a player should have been made the brand ambassador of Nada”.
The time has come for us to make a player the brand ambassador of NADA.
He said, “I don’t know why we are attracted to actors.” The time has come for us to make a player the brand ambassador of NADA. This is an important sports body, so in my view, the player would have been the ideal choice. ”Beijing Olympics bronze medalist Vijender Singh has also said that it would have been a good choice to make a player a brand ambassador, although she would like Shetty to play this role. There is no problem also.