World No. 2 Carolina Marin continued with her sensational season as she captured her second Superseries Premier title in a row at the Malaysia Open. It was the All England Open four weeks back where the Spaniard first tasted a Superseries victory and now she has done it once again! Carolina Marin wins rematch of
The All England Open women’s singles final was the most watched sports event in India on Sunday evening as hundreds of Indian fans tuned in, hoping to witness history. Unfortunately, Saina Nehwal who looked to be cruising at 21-16, 10-7 at one stage, lost her momentum mid-way through the match. She ultimately went down 21-16,
Reigning World Champion Carolina Marin of Spain made a remarkable comeback to dash Indian hopes and beat world number three Saina Nehwal at the Barclaycard Arena in the All England Open final. Early favorite – Saina Nehwal The Indian had a 3-0 record over the Spaniard which included a thriller at the 2015 Syed Modi
History was created on Saturday at the Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham as Saina Nehwal became the first Indian woman to reach the final of the prestigious All England Open. The world number three who beat Wang Yihan on Friday continued her amazing run and beat Sun Yu 21-13, 21-13 to make it to the summit
It was one of the most dominant performances from Saina Nehwal that will remain etched in the memories of Indian badminton fans forever. The world number three put up a spectacular display to record just her second win over the former world number one Wang Yihan at the Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham on Friday. The 21-19,
Indian challenge ended in men’s singles at the All England Open as HS Prannoy went down fighting to the home favourite Rajiv Ouseph in the second round at the Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham on Thursday. In a late match, the men’s doubles pair of Manu Attri and B. Sumeeth Reddy too bowed out after a
World number three Saina Nehwal reached the quarter-finals of the prestigious All England Open with a convincing 21-15, 21-15 victory over Korean qualifier Kim Hyo Min at the Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham. Earlier in the day, 2014 Commonwealth Games silver medallists Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa were knocked out in the women’s doubles second round.
Former World Championships bronze medallists Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa were knocked out of the All England Open in the second round of women’s doubles on Thursday. Indian duo outplayed Gutta and Ponnappa found it tough against the top seeded Chinese pair of Tian Qing and Zhao Yunlei who are the reigning World Champions. The
Last week we saw some top Indian shuttlers participate at the German Open Grand Prix Gold. Defending champion Arvind Bhat could not retain his title as he bowed out in the third round. After a comfortable win against Patrick Kaemnitz, Bhat lost his round 3 match to second seed Son Wan Ho of South Korea 12-21, 13-21.
The Superseries events in badminton are about to kick off as the 105th edition of the All England Open Badminton Championships is scheduled from 3rd March to 8th March. The All England Championships which began in 1899 is the oldest badminton tournament in the world and this is the 22nd year that it will be