Saina Hopes To Be Injury-Free Ahead Of Rio

Indian badminton ace Saina Nehwal has said that she wants to be free of injuries ahead of this year’s Rio Olympics. Along with this, Saina is keeping her hopes high about winning a medal this year after clinching Bronze in London. “Last time, I was very fortunate to get bronze medal. So, hopefully, this time,

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PV Sindhu To Get Huge Reward From BAI

Indian badminton starlet, PV Sindhu, who recently won the Malaysian Masters Grand Prix, is all set to receive a huge reward from Badminton Association of India (BAI). The Association has announced a cash reward of Rs. 5 Lakhs for the badminton star after he historic win in Malaysia last week. Sindhu, who was seeded third

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Dubai Super Series: Saina Nehwal Crashes Out

The journey of Indians in the Dubai Super Series tournament ended as Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth crashed out. Saina Nehwal had a strong chance of making it into the next round after her win over World Number one Carolina Marin. However, the Indian starlet could not match up to Tai Tzu Ying in the

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Macau Open 2015: PV Sindhu In Final

Indian badminton starlet PV Sindhu has made it to the final of the 2015 Macau Open tournament. PV Sindhu has made it to her third straight final in the Macau Open after defeating Akane Yamaguchi in the Semis. The score read 21-8 15-21 21-16 in favor of the Indian. PV Sindhu, who won the tournament in

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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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Indian Badminton Weekly: Ajay Jayaram Triumphs

The triumph of Ajay Jayaram at the Dutch Open proved to be the major news from the Indian badminton scene last week. Ajay Jayaram, who was seeded third in the Dutch Open Badminton tournament, went home with the championship for the second year in a row. Ajay had a comfortable run throughout the tournament. He

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Dutch Open Badminton: Ajay Jayaram Wins Title

Indian Badminton star Ajay Jayaram walked away with the Dutch Open championship after defeating Raul Must of Estonia in the final. Second Consecutive title for Ajay Jayaram Ajay, who was seeded third in the tournament, took home the match in straight games and with a score of 21-12, 21-18. This is his second consecutive Dutch

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Dutch Open Badminton: Ajay, Sumeeth and Manu In Finals

Dutch Open is all set to bear good news for India as there are representatives in the Men’s Singles and Doubles Finals. Ajay Jayaram continues fine run in Dutch Open Ajay Jayaram cruised into the finals of the Dutch Open by defeating Goh Soon Huat. It was a comfortable win for the Indian, taking the

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Dutch Open Badminton: Ajay Jayaram Reaches Semi-Final

Indian badminton star Ajay Jayaram has made his way to the semi-finals of Yonex Dutch Open Badminton Tournament. Ajay Jayaram, who is seeded third in the tournament, cruised through the first two rounds. He defeated Mark Caljouw in the first round and then went on to defeat Fabian Roth in the second. Ajay then had

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Parupalli Kashyap Beats World #1 Chen Long

In a thoroughly unexpected fashion, Parupalli Kashyap upset China’s world number one Chen Long to move into the semifinals of the Indonesian Open. This is the second time Kashyap has beaten Chen, having lost to the Chinese shuttler on the seven occasions. Surprisingly, the last time Kashyap beat Chen was also at the Indonesian Open

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