China Open: Saina Nehwal Looks To Retain Title In Final

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

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China Open: Saina Nehwal Sails Through To Semis

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

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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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PV Sindhu Breaks Through to Reach Denmark Super Series Final

Continuing her string of causing major upsets in the tournament, PV Sindhu outclassed former world no. 1 Carolina Marin to book a place in the finals. The Denmark Open finals would by Sindhu’s first super series final. Dominant PV Sindhu overcomes World no. 2 In her toughest game at the Denmark Open, PV Sindhu faced

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Denmark Open: PV Sindhu Survives

The second day of the Denmark Open went completely against the Indian shuttlers. Saina Nehwal, Kidambi Srikanth and the men’s doubles pair of Sumeeth Reddy and Manu Attri were ousted from the tournament. While, PV Sindhu registered an upset defeating the third seed Tzu Ying Tai. PV Sindhu marches on Sindhu enjoyed a comfortable victory

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AIBA World Boxing Championships: Shiva Thapa Wins By Knock-out

Both Indians in the AIBA World Boxing Championships played one of their finest games tonight. Very few would have expected the Indian duo of Shiva Thapa and Vikas Krishan Yadav to overcome their opponents in the pre-quarter-finals of the World Boxing Championships, but the two proved the pundits wrong, taking India one step close to

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BWF Korea Open: Ajay Jayaram Settles For Silver

Having started on a dream run in the Korea Open, Indian Ajay Jayaram settled for a silver after a decent fight against the top seed Long Chen. While, women’s sixth seed Sung Ji Hyun took the women’s title. Ajay Jayaram fought till the end Jayaram overcame sixth seed Viktor Axelsen and seventh seed Chou Tien

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BWF Korea Open: Ajay Jayaram Storms To the Final

Indian shuttler Ajay Jayaram is having a dream run at the Korea Open. The early departure of stalwarts, Parupalli Kashyap and Kidambi Srikanth seemed like the end of Indian hopes at Korea. However, Ajay Jayaram is still fighting the battle for India defeating Chou Tien Chen in the semis to book a place in the

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BWF Korea Open: Ajay Jayaram Enters The Semi Finals

Lone Indian survivor at the Korea Open, Ajay Jayaram ousted Japan’s Sho Sasaki to enter semi-finals of the tournament. Hard fought victory for Ajay Jayaram The Indian began the match strongly, winning the first set in a close encounter 21-19. The win in the first set seemed highly unlikely for Ajay Jayaram, as he was

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