Indian Badminton sensation PV Sindhu ended her 2015 campaign on a high by winning the Macau Open badminton tournament. Sindhu, who had won the Macau open title back in 2013 and 2014, faced off against Japan’s Minatsu Mitani in the final of the 2015 edition. The first set proved to be comfortable for the Indian
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
In a mixed day for the Indian players at the Macau Open, Shuttlers HS Prannoy, B Sai Praneeth and PV Sindhu registered comfortable victories. On the other hand, the pair of Jwala Gutta-Ashwini Ponappa and Ajay Jayaram exited the tournament. Good start for India at Macau Open B Sai Praneeth was the first Indian to
Indian Golfer Anirban Lahiri failed to regain the Macau Open Title as he was outclassed by Scott Hend of Australia in the final round. Anirban Lahiri and fellow Indian Chiragh Kumar had the chance to walk away with the title in the final round but Hend proved to be too good. The Australian ended the
The Indian women’s team ran out of steam in the main round of the Macau Open after a blistering display in the qualifying matches. Joshana Chinappa lost to third seed Alison Waters of England, while Dipika Pallikal lost to top seed Laura Massaro. Joshana had a difficult qualifying draw at Macau Open Joshana Chinappa had
India’s badminton sensation PV Sindhu succesfully defended her Macau Open title. Clearly the most experienced player in the open this year, the world number 11 PV Sindhu beat South Korea’s Kim Hyo Min in the finals of the $120,000 Macau Open Grand Prix. The title has come at a very opportune moment. Sindhu suffered two major
This is Nicol David’s third WSA World Tour title in two months and her 14th consecutive victory on the Tour.
What was most impressive was the way in which Anirban Lahiri chased down the leaders to bring home another title.
It was a case of so close, yet so far for India No. 1 Saurav Ghosal once again. In a heartbreaking loss at the Macau Open quarter-finals, World No. 17 Ghosal held three match points only to see his spirited rival Mazen Hesham come back to snatch victory 5-11, 11-7, 7-11, 11-7, 13-11. Finishing long