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The 17-year-old, an Under-15 Asian Badminton Championship winner, has been one of the consistent performers at the junior circuit
Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty came from behind to defeat the South Korean pair of Kim Gi Jung and Lee Yong Dae 19-21 21-16 21-14
Srikanth left with bloodied nose in a nightmarish start for Indian campaign
Sindhu, seeded sixth, returned to action with a 21-16 24-26 13-21 defeat to world no 18 Blichfeldt in a 74-minute battle
Another Indian shuttler HS Prannoy also contracted the virus. Both tested for the virus and their reports came with positive results in their third test.
Thailand will host two Super 1000 events between January 12-17 and January 19-24
Momota has tested positive for the coronavirus, and the association has decided not to send any players, including Momota, to Thailand, said Japan
Sindhu believes that planning for the mega event is just as important as it is to put in the hard yards in training. And that is why she is looking to peak at the right time.
`The first three tournaments in Thailand will give us indication where we stand'
China's pull-out blows a big hole in the draw for the three world tour events from January 12 in Bangkok, the first in Asia since Covid-19 shut down the sport in March
The new-look BWF tournament calendar 2021 sees a number of tournaments postponed from Q1 and Q2, and a handful of Grade 2 tournaments cancelled
With Olympic qualifications in mind, BAI on Monday announced a strong eight-member squad to participate in the three upcoming tournaments
Sindhu, who is a part of the TOPS core group, will return to competitive action in January 2021 after the coronavirus pandemic with three tournaments.
Set to become first Indian husband-wife duo to play a badminton Super Series event
“Victory doesn’t always go the stronger or the fastest person. It ultimately goes to the stronger mind and the tougher spirit,’’ said Gopichand
The world champion said badminton is restarting for her in January next when she participates in Thailand Open in Bangkok
Badminton champion PV Sindhu, who endorses Hindustan Unilever's Nature Protect, shares five ways that keep her safe on and off the court.
Lakshya Sen's dreams of defending the title had come crashing down when he had to withdraw from the tournament after his father-cum-coach D K Sen tested Covid positive
KTR said the government will provide all help required for the academy and hoped it would become a factory of world champions.
She further added: Most importantly, I choose to retire from substandard hygiene standards and our lackadaisical attitude towards the virus.’’