Badminton Asia Team Championship: India Settle For Bronze

A day after the women’s team bowed out of the competition, the starring men suffered a set-back in their ambitions against a strong Indonesia side in the semi-final. India’s top ranked shuttler Kidambi Srikanth provided for a head-start defeating Tommy Sugiarto in the opening match. But both the doubles team and Ajay Jayaram lost their

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Syed Modi International Championships: Srikanth, Gutta-Ponappa In Semis

After months of lack-lustre performances by India’s golden pair of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponappa, the duo seem to have found some form playing in front of the home fans. Kidambi Srikanth already played the year’s first final in Malaysia last week finds himself in the semis at the Syed Modi International Championships along with

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Malaysia Masters: Sindhu, Srikanth Book Semi-Final Spot

After a phenomenal two weeks of Premier badminton League, the Indian shuttlers are back representing their country at the Malaysia Masters tournament. In the opening Grand Prix India’s PV Sindhu and Kidambi Srikanth booked a semi-final spot in their respective categories. Ajay Jayaram failed to make his good form count as he has been shown

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PBL: Delhi Acers Outshine Bengaluru Top Guns

Playing their second tie in two days, Delhi Acers registered consecutive wins. The Acers took an unassailable 4-0 lead after the first three matches that determined the outcome early. But the Top Guns managed to salvage their trump match to open their account in the tie. Delhi Acers blitz past Top Guns The home team

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Awadhe Warriors Defeat Top Guns To Go Top Of Table

Awadhe Warriors playing their last tie in front of home crowds made a disappointing start against the Bengaluru Top Guns. Losses in the mixed doubles and the men’s singles made them trail 2-0. But a brilliant display of fighting spirit in the final three matches of the night took the tie for the home team

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PBL: Hyderabad Hunters And Chennai Smashers Register Victories

On the second day of the Premier Badminton League (PBL), Hyderabad Hunters and Chennai Smashers recorded wins against their respective opponents. The Hunters played neighbours Bengaluru Top Guns, on the other hand Chennai smashed its way against the Mumbai Rockets. Too little too late for Bengaluru Top Guns Bengaluru Top Guns were provided with a

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Macau Open: Prannoy, Sindhu Register Wins

In a mixed day for the Indian players at the Macau Open, Shuttlers HS Prannoy, B Sai Praneeth and PV Sindhu registered comfortable victories. On the other hand, the pair of Jwala Gutta-Ashwini Ponappa and Ajay Jayaram exited the tournament. Good start for India at Macau Open B Sai Praneeth was the first Indian to

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Hong Kong Open: Indian Shuttlers Crash Out

It has not been a great outing for the Indian contingent at the Hong Kong Open badminton. The likes of PV Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth and the pair of Jwala Gutta/Ashwini Ponappa along with others crashed out of the Hong Kong Open in the first round of play. India’s top woman shuttler Saina Nehwal opted out

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China Open: Saina Nehwal Keeps India Alive

Saina Nehwal is the only Indian shuttler to advance into the quarter-finals of China Open as PV Sindhu is eliminated by fifth seed Shixian Wang in the second round. Same old story of Indian shuttlers India’s performance in badminton in recent weeks has been quite similar a wealth of talented players enter the tournament, a

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Bitburger Open: Early Exit for Indians

Indian women’s doubles pair of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponappa suffered an early exit in the Bitburger open. The other Indian participant was B Sai Praneeth in the Men’s singles and after a win in the firs two rounds he was also knocked out from the tournament thereby ending the country’s hopes. Gutta-Ponappa, Praneeth Fight

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