Dubai Super series: Saina Nehwal Topples World Number one Carolina Marin

After starting the Dubai Super series with a defeat, Saina Nehwal came back strongly to get a win over World Number one Carolina Marin. The unseeded Saina Nehwal in a gruelling match that lasted three games toppled Marin, who is the top seed in the tournament. The Indian took home the first set with a

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Indonesia Masters Badminton: Srikanth, PV Sindhu in Quarters

Indian players PV Sindhu and Kidambi Srikanth have made it to the quarter-finals of the Indonesian Masters Badminton. Sindhu, who enjoyed a championship win in Macau Open last week, defeated qualifier Utami Sukoputri in the second round to reach the quarters. The final score read 21-12, 21-9 in favour of the Indian. Sindhu is currently

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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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Badminton Weekly: Ajay Jayaram In Top 25

Ajay Jayaram’s birthday cake would taste extra sweet today. The Chennai-born shuttler just got back from Seoul, and boy is he happy! With a stupendous performance in the the Korean Open Super Series, Jayaram climbed seven places in rankings. In other news, Gurusaidutt is still trying to find his rhythm after a string of injuries. Manu Attri

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Korea Open: Ajay Jayaram In Quarters

It is becoming a routine for Indian players in badminton to bow out early from the competition, and only one member of the team sails through. This time the opportunity is taken Ajay Jayaram, sealing his place in the quarter finals of the Korea Open. Ajay Jayaram overcomes World no. 30 The Indian enjoyed a

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BWF Korea Open: Srikanth, Kashyap Lead the Chase

The absence of Saina Nehwal from the Indian contingent will sure hurt India’s medal hopes at the Korea Open. But youngster Kidambi Srikanth and the experienced Parupalli Kashyap are set to lead the medal hunt along with PV Sindhu, HS Prannoy. Saina, Jwala-Ponnappa skip Korea Open Saina Nehwal didn’t send her entry for the Korea

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Top Five Sports Rediscovered Interviews From The Past Year

Sports Rediscovered has successfully completed its first year. Over the past twelve months, the site has covered Indian sports with a lot of passion and we were lucky to meet some Indian sports stars and conduct interviews with them. As we are celebrating the completion of our first year, here is a look back at some

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Saina Nehwal Reaches Maiden World Championships Final

Saina Nehwal looked slightly jaded and had a raucous Indonesian crowd to deal with but that did not deter her from securing a place in the final of the prestigious World Championships in Jakarta on Saturday. The Indian, who came though a marathon quarter-final against Wang Yihan on Friday, registered a 21-17, 21-17 win over

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Saina Nehwal Bags First World Championships Medal

On a day when PV Sindhu and Jwala Gutta/Ashwini Ponnappa bowed out, Saina Nehwal assured India a medal from the prestigious World Championships with a stunning performance at the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium in Jakarta. The World No. 2 held her nerves and displayed her power smashes superbly in a tense third game to outlast former

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Saina Nehwal Off To A Flying Start At World Championships

A dominant Saina Nehwal reached the women’s singles third round of the prestigious World Championships after a straight-game victory over Hong Kong shuttler Cheung Ngan Yi at the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium in Jakarta on Wednesday. Earlier in the day, Kidambi Srikanth and HS Prannoy advanced to the third round but Parupalli Kashyap crashed out

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