Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Lakshya Sen

Sindhu looks to end title drought at Syed Modi International

Lucknow: Two-time Olympic medallist P V Sindhu will look to recover from her unexpected semifinal loss at the India Open and end her title...

India Open 2022: Lakshya reigns supreme, Satwik-Chirag clinches doubles

New Delhi: India's Lakshya Sen secured his maiden Super 500 title by winning the Yonex-Sunrise India Open with a stunning straight-game victory over reigning...

India Open 2022: Sindhu, Lakshya Sen enter semifinals

New Delhi: Two-time Olympic medallist PV Sindhu and world championship bronze medallist Lakshya Sen registered contrasting wins to advance to the women's and men's...

India Open 2022: Malvika stuns idol Saina, Sindhu sails into quarterfinals

New Delhi: Two-time Olympic medallist shuttler PV Sindhu, Lakshya Sen and HS Prannoy advanced to the quarterfinals but the promising Malvika Bansod ended her...

Saina Nehwal eases into second round of India Open

New Delhi: Former champion Saina Nehwal, world championships bronze medallist Lakshya Sen and comeback man HS Prannoy registered contrasting wins to progress to the...

Best is yet to come, says Kidambi Srikanth

Hyderabad: Kidambi Srikanth has had a tough last four years. Having won four Super Series titles in 2017 that propelled him to the world...

Lakshya Sen crashes out in quarters of All England Open

Sen lose to Mark Caljouw of the Netherlands 17-21, 21-16, 17-21 in the match, which lasted 55 minutes

All England championship: Sindhu, Lakshya enter quarterfinals

Lakshya will next face Netherland's world no 36 Mark Caljouw. Sindhu will take on Japan's third seed Akane Yamaguchi.

Lakshya Sen to face France’s Thomas Rouxel in second round

However, Lakshya overcame world number 18 in the second set quite easily to clinch the game in 49 minutes and sail into the second round.

Injured Lakshya Sen pulls out of Thailand events

Thailand will host two Super 1000 events between January 12-17 and January 19-24

Ajay, Shubhankar Dey in isolation amid Covid scare

The 19-year-old Lakshya withdrew on Wednesday after his father D K Sen returned a positive test for the dreaded virus. D K Sen is asymptomatic at this point.

Lakshya Sen enters second round of Denmark Open

The 19-year-old Indian, who had claimed five titles including two Super 100 tournaments last year, produced a clinical performance to outwit Christo Popov 21-9 21-15

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