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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PV Sindhu: Mistress of Macau

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

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Saina, Sindhu Look To Take India Further At Asian Games 2014

India created history on Day 1 of the Asian Games by reaching the semi finals of the Women Badminton event. Sports Rediscovered brings you a preview of India’s chances in the Badminton Singles Events. With four medals at the Commonwealth Games and a bronze medal at the World Championships, there’s no doubt that the clamoring

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