No. Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi make a great team and their split is very disturbing. Differences should be put aside and an effort should be made to help India get the gold medal at the Olympics.
Yes. Two strong teams of choice are better than one team where the sportspersons will not be happy playing with each other. A team needs coordination and cohesiveness.
Yes. It does not matter how many teams we send. It is all about winning. The important thing is we must win with two teams participating.
Yes. With Leander Paes being paired with inexperienced youngsters like Vishnu Vardhan or Yuki Bhambri, India’s chances to get gold would diminish in the absence of a strong team. It would make sense to send two teams if that is what the key players want.
Yes. If two players cannot play together then there is no point sending them to the Olympics because Olympics is a very prestigious event and we cannot afford to let the world see the differences so upfront. Also, differences between players will affect the quality of the game.