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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Vietnam Open Recap: Sameer Verma Impresses

Vietnam Open proved to be unfruitful for the Indian Badminton players apart from Sameer Verma who managed to reach the Quarter Finals. Early disappointments at Vietnam Open Big guns like Ajay Jayaram, Sai Praneeth and RMV Gurusaidutt secured wins in their first round comfortably. However, things changed in the next round as all three were

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Sameer Verma Knocked Out Of Vietnam Open

Indian badminton star Sameer Verma was knocked out of the Vietnam Open tournament after he was defeated in the quarter-finals by Lee Hyun-il of South Korea. Solid performance by Samer Verma at Vietnam Open The surge of Sameer Verma in the Vietnam Open was quite surprising. Other players like RMV Gurusaidutt, Ajay Jayaram and Sai

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Vietnam Open: Sameer Verma Reaches Quarter Finals

India’s Sameer Verma reached the quarter-finals of the Vietnam Open Badminton Tournament after outclassing Shreyansh Jaiswal. Surprise surge in Vietnam Open Big names like Ajay Jayaram, Sai Praneet and RMV Gurusaidutt had earlier exited the tournament and Indian singles hopes rested on Sameer Verma and Shreyansh Jaiswal. Both men battled in a hard fought battle,

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Vietnam Open: Ajay Jayaram and Sai Praneet Crash Out

A bad day for India unfolded at the Vietnam Open Badminton Tournament yesterday as three Indian players crashed out of the tournament. Ajay, Sai, and Gurusaidutt stunned at Vietnam Open Ajay Jayaram, who was seeded fourth in the tournament, suffered defeat against Kenta Nishimoto in the second round. The match was stretched to three games,

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Saina Nehwal Loses Final, Settles For WC Silver

It was a challenge that proved too tough for India’s Saina Nehwal in the end. Carolina Marin sprung to life after a slow start and played a brilliant match to retain her World Championships title 21-16, 21-19, thereby crushing all hopes of Saina in a 59-minute final of high quality. But the World No. 2

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Russia Open: Dominant Win For Ajay Jayaram

It was a good day for the Indian players at the Russian Open as Ajay Jayaram and the doubles pairing of Manu Attri and Sumeeth Reddy made it to the second round. Dominant Performance from Indians at Russia Open Seeded third, Ajay Jayaram squared off against Kirill Timofeev of Russia in the first round. Ajay

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