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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World Badminton Championships: Indian Women Advance

Indian badminton fans had a lot to cheer about on Thursday as the female shuttlers had a fantastic outing at the World Badminton Championships. Women’s second seed Saina Nehwal along with PV Sindhu progressed with comfortable wins and the doubles pair of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa also made it to the next round of

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Indian Badminton Players Looking For Big Medal Haul At WBC

With the largest contingent ever, the Indian badminton team will be looking for its biggest medal haul at the 2015 BWF World Championships held at the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium in Jakarta, starting Monday. With World No. 2 Saina Nehwal and two-time bronze medal winner PV Sindhu spearheading the team in women’s singles and three

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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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