Dubai World Superseries Finals 2017: Deconstructing PV Sindhu's struggles in energy-sapping major finals
After her third loss in yet another energy-sapping major final, PV Sindhu searches for the elusive finishing touch in her armoury.
2011 World Championship bronze-medallist Jwala is included in the list of women's doubles coaches along with eight-time national champion Madhumita Bist, Pradnya Gadre and Oli Deka.
Despite being placed fifth on the points table, Bengaluru Blasters head coach Arvind Bhat is confident of winning the next three matches in the PBL.
Sourabh, who had recently clinched three titles -- TATA Open, Austrian International Challenge and Iran Fajr International Challenge, thrashed New Zealand's Dylan Henton 21-11 21-12 in another match.
The 34-year-old Bhat defeated Axelsen 21-17, 21-14 in a 35-minute encounter at the RWE-Sporthalle in their first ever match.
all other Indians — Anand Pawar, R M V Gurusaidutt, Chetan Anand -- lost their respective men's singles second round matches to crash out of the tournament.
World number 32 Jayaram, seeded 10th, prevailed over Brice Leverdez of France 21-12 21-18 in just over 30 minutes.