Syed Modi International Championships: Srikanth, Gutta-Ponappa In Semis

After months of lack-lustre performances by India’s golden pair of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponappa, the duo seem to have found some form playing in front of the home fans. Kidambi Srikanth already played the year’s first final in Malaysia last week finds himself in the semis at the Syed Modi International Championships along with

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PBL: Mumbai Rockets, Awadhe Warriors Strengthen Semi Berth

In a double header at Hyderabad, the home team played Mumbai Rockets and continued their dismal run at home losing three out of three. On the other hand Awadhe Warriors defeated the Chennai Smashers to take themselves on top of the table. Mumbai Rockets sink Hyderabad Hunters at home Mumbai Rockets thrashed Hyderabad Hunters 4-1

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PBL: Chennai Smashers Would Hyderabad Hunters At Home

The Hyderabad Hunters had a very disappointing few games in front of their home crowd. The loss puts more pressure on the star-studded Hunters who currently find themselves placed fourth on the table with Mumbai Rockets sneaking right under them with a tie at hand. PV Sindhu of the Chennai Smashers delivered the winning point

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PBL: Saina-less Awadhe Warriors Overcome Hyderabad Hunters

It became a disappointing start at the Hyderabad leg of the tournament as their home team started off with a defeat. The win for the visiting Awadhe Warriors team puts them ahead in the table at second position, while it makes an uphill battle for the Hunters to manage a semi-final berth. Awadhe Warriors move

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PBL: Delhi Acers Find Good Fortune At Home

Delhi Acers played Hyderabad Hunters in the tie, hoping to get some points in front of their home fans. The Acers managed to win both trump matches in the tie that helps them take a 4-1 victory over their opponents from the south. Trump win saves Delhi Acers at home The Acers suffered a poor

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PBL: Hyderabad Hunters And Chennai Smashers Register Victories

On the second day of the Premier Badminton League (PBL), Hyderabad Hunters and Chennai Smashers recorded wins against their respective opponents. The Hunters played neighbours Bengaluru Top Guns, on the other hand Chennai smashed its way against the Mumbai Rockets. Too little too late for Bengaluru Top Guns Bengaluru Top Guns were provided with a

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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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Denmark Open: Saina, Srikanth Sail Through

The opening day of the Denmark Open was a rewarding one for the Indian fans. Women’s top seed Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu managed comfortable victories. On the other hand, Kidambi Srikanth and the pair of Sumeeth Reddy-Manu Attri, progressed to the next round. Comfortable victories for India at Denmark Open Apart from Saina Nehwal’s

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Korea Open Recap: Ajay Jayaram Wins Silver

Ajay Jayaram’s silver proved to be the standout achievement for India at the BWF Korea Open Badminton Tournament. Big names like Saina Nehwal, Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa decided to skip the tournament, which in turn piled up the pressure on players like P Kashyap and Kidambi Srikanth. Sikki Reddy and Tarun Kona marked 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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