Badminton Weekly: Ajay Jayaram In Top 25

Ajay Jayaram’s birthday cake would taste extra sweet today. The Chennai-born shuttler just got back from Seoul, and boy is he happy! With a stupendous performance in the the Korean Open Super Series, Jayaram climbed seven places in rankings. In other news, Gurusaidutt is still trying to find his rhythm after a string of injuries. Manu Attri

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Badminton Weekly: Saina Nehwal Advances In Japan Open

World number one Saina Nehwal and Commonwealth Games champion Parupalli Kashyap reached the second round of the ongoing Japan Open, while PV Sindhu and Ajay Jayaram failed to steer forward. A mixed day for the Indians as Saina advances India’s ace shuttler Saina Nehwal was given tough competition by Thailand’s Busanan Ongbumrungpan in the women’s singles opening match,

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Badminton Weekly: Saina Nehwal Emerges On Top

After a long three months gap, Saina Nehwal has once again reached top of the BWF World rankings, thanks to her performance at the badminton World championships. Saina is not the only Indian who has climbed up in the rankings after the tournament. Her colleagues Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponappa also broke into the top

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Indian Badminton Weekly #22: Indians Out In SF In Russia

The Indian badminton campaign came to an end in the semi-finals of the Russian Open 2015 – a $50,000 Grand Prix event held in Vladivostok last week. Here’s presenting our weekly recap of Indian badminton. Ajay Jayaram was the lone Indian badminton star in singles SF Third-seeded Ajay Jayaram looked to be in good touch

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Indian Badminton Weekly #21: Title Rush In Lagos

The Indian badminton contingent had a memorable outing at the Lagos International 2015 last week as the nation’s shuttlers scooped up titles in singles as well as doubles at the Nigerian tournament. B Sai Praneeth who was the top seed, did justice to his billing as he went on to capture the men’s singles crown.

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Indian Badminton Weekly#19: Attri-Reddy Shine

Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy stole the show at the Yonex Suffolk County Community College US Open last week as the Indian badminton doubles exponents reached their maiden Grand Prix Gold final. Here’s our weekly recap of Indian badminton. Impressive show from the Indian badminton pair of Attri-Reddy Manu Attri and Sumeeth Reddy stormed

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Indian Badminton Weekly #18: Title For Shlok And Sanyam

With the top shuttlers taking a break, Sanyam Shukla and Shlok Ramchandran turned out to be the stars of Indian badminton last week as they captured the men’s doubles title at the Yonex Mauritius International. Here’s our weekly recap of Indian badminton – Shlok and Sanyam emerge as the newest stars of Indian badminton Fifth seeds

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Indian Badminton Weekly #17: Kashyap Back In Top Ten

Parupalli Kashyap was the star of the show last week at the Indonesian Open Superseries Premier as he toppled the World No. 1 Chen Long to make it to the semis. The stupendous show helped the Indian star to break back into the top 10 in the latest BWF Rankings. Here’s presenting our weekly recap of

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Indian Badminton Weekly #16: India Exit Sudirman Cup Early

The inability to encourage our doubles teams came back to haunt the Indian badminton contingent as they crashed out of the prestigious Sudirman Cup in the group stages last week. Presenting our weekly recap of Indian badminton – Saina Nehwal was the only unbeaten Indian badminton star at the Sudirman Cup The biennial World Mixed

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Indian Badminton Weekly #15: Pawar Loses Early In NZ

A handful of Indian badminton players had participated in the New Zealand Open Grand Prix Gold last week as the top shuttlers remained busy with preparations for the upcoming Sudirman Cup. World no. 52 Anand Pawar was the only Indian player in men’s singles and his campaign too ended in the third round. Here’s our

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