India’s Saina Nehwal could not retain her China Open title against the Olympic Champion Li Xuerui in the final. Saina lost 21-12, 21-15 in 39 minutes. Li Xuerui ousts Saina Nehwal Li Xuerui has dominated over her opponents throughout the tournament. And top seed Saina too could not provide much challenge to the Olympic champion
Saina Nehwal looks ascertain to retain her China Open Title with a win over China’s Yihan Wang in the semis. She will next face Li Xuerui in the final. One more win needed for Saina Nehwal The top seed at the tournament has been in phenomenal form overcoming every opponent with relative ease. The fate
Top seed Saina Nehwal came through another comfortable victory at the China Open making it to the semi-final of the competition. Saina Nehwal overcomes unseeded Japanese Saina Nehwal has not won as many tournaments in recent times as the fans would hope. But China Open seems like her destination for success as the Indian would
Indian badminton has been improving by leaps and bounds for quite a few years now. The current Indian brigade led by Saina Nehwal has established itself as a force to reckon with. Kidambi Srikanth has recently attained his career-best ranking of no. 3 and Parupalli Kashyap has broken back into the top 10 after a stupendous
India got off to a resounding start at the BWF Destination Dubai World Superseries Finals with both Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth registering wins at the elite event on Wednesday. It was the World No. 4 Saina Nehwal who first put up a confident display at the Hamdan Sports Complex to stun the second-ranked Shixian
Indian badminton fans were treated to a historic double on Sunday afternoon as both Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth emerged victorious in the $700,000 China Open Super Series Premier. World No. 16 Kidambi Srikanth became the first Indian male shuttler to conquer a Super Series Premier crown beating the legendary Lin Dan in straight games. World
India No. 1 Kidambi Srikanth put up a stellar display against Marc Zwiebler to reach his first Super Series final. After being locked at 6-6 in the first game, Srikanth stepped up to win 11 of the next 13 points. Having pocketed the first game 21-11, the Indian kept attacking the German relentlessly in the second game too.
India had a good day at the $700,000 China Open Super Series Premier as all three Indian shuttlers in fray made it to the quarter-finals. World No. 5 Saina Nehwal along with India No. 1 Kidambi Srikanth and Commonwealth Games gold medallist Parupalli Kashyap beat Chinese opponents to reach the last eight on Thursday. Saina