Manu Attri and Sumeeth Reddy Win Mexico City GP

Indian pairing of Manu Attri and Sumeeth Reddy ended their 2015 on a high by winning the Mexico City GP title. Seeded third in the tournament, Manu and Sumeeth overcame the challenge of Bodin Issara and Nipitphon Puangpuapech in the final. The first game proved to be a competitive and entertaining one. Manu and Sumeeth

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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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Manu Attri and Sumeeth Reddy Win Belgian International

Indian Doubles pairing of Manu Attri and Sumeeth Reddy won the Belgian International Challenge tournament held in Lueven, Belgium. The pairing which was seeded first in the tournament was pitted against Adam Cwalina and Przemyslaw Wacha in the finals of the badminton tournament. In a hard fought contest that was stretched to the maximum number

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Pullela Gopichand Interview: I Look For The Ability To Win

Pullela Gopichand is the chief Indian national team coach credited for the broad-based success of Indian badminton. At times though, he seems to be held responsible for everything that is happening with Indian badminton, whether it is the need for Saina Nehwal to rediscover her form or the fact that officials have not done justice

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Russia Open: Indian Shuttlers Bow Out In Semifinals

India’s stay at the Russia Open Badminton 2015 came to an end when all the remaining Indian players were knocked out of the tournament on Saturday. Bad day for Indians at Russia Open India’s Ajay Jayaram battled Tommy Sugiarto of Japan in the Men’s singles semi-final match. Ajay was having a good run in the

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Russia Open Badminton: Ajay Jayaram Reaches Semi-Finals

India’s Ajay Jayaram has reached the semi-finals of the Russia Open Badminton Tournament while Tanvi Lad crashed out. High Hopes for Ajay Jayaram Ajay faced off against Wei Feng Chong of Malaysia in the quarter-finals and came out with a comfortable win of 21-15, 21-13. The first game was a bit competitive as both players

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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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US Open Badminton Recap: Impressive Showing By Indians

The pairing of Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy reached the men’s doubles final at the recently-concluded US Open Badminton Championship while top names failed to live up to expectations. Here is our recap of this Grand Prix Gold event held in New York. Commendable performance by Manu and Sumeeth at US Open Badminton Manu

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