Last week, the BWF froze the world rankings and world junior rankings until further notice, with the lists backdated to 17 March 2020
With Jayram's defeat, India's campaign in the tournament came to an end
PBL 2020: Michelle Li's battling win over Rituparna Das sees North Eastern Warriors sweep Pune 7 Aces to seal semi-final spot
In Warriors' Trump match, Li was expected to cruise against Das but the World No 100 displayed remarkable courage under pressure despite losing the first game 8-15
PBL 2020: After beating PV Sindhu, Canada's Michelle Li says playing in league welcome break from travelling alone on World Tour
Post the match, Canada's Michelle Li said that she didn’t opt for a change in tactics from the ones employed in her previous matches, on the World Tour, against PV Sindhu
Lad, who’ll turn 27 this month, has had a tough road since she first burst onto the world stage by winning the Bahrain International tournament in 2013
Thailand Masters 2020: India's miserable start to year continues as Saina Nehwal's first-round exit calls time on country's campaign
Saina had also lost in the opening round in the Indonesia Masters last week after entering the quarter-finals in the Malaysia Masters
After winning BWF Dutch Open Super 100, Lakshya Sen hopeful of contesting bigger tournaments, entering top 30 in rankings
Lakshya said that he will keep working on his fitness, strength and stamina as in international badminton, he has to be ready for long and tough matches
Dutch Open 2019: Lakshya Sen takes first step towards becoming next 'Great Indian Hope' with maiden World Tour title
For Lakshya, it was a big step up from the capture of the men’s singles title at the Belgian International, a Challenger-level tournament, at the expense of Denmark’s Victor Svendsen. It put him firmly on course to achieve his first objective – achieving a ranking within the top 50 – that would smooth his path towards getting automatic entry into the top echelon of World Tour competitions.
Badminton star PV Sindhu only Indian in Forbes list of world's highest-paid female athletes; Serena Williams tops charts
India's badminton star PV Sindhu is the only athlete from the country to be named among the world's highest-paid female athletes by Forbes, a list topped by tennis great Serena Willams.
Indonesia Open 2019: Fifth seed PV Sindhu downs Dane Mia Blichfeldt to reach quarter-final; Kidambi Srikanth ousted in second round
India's PV Sindhu battled past Mia Blichfeldt to seal her place in the quarterfinals of the Indonesia Open where she might face known rival Nozomi Okuhara
Daily Bulletin: End of Chhattisgarh CM's race in sight; nations agree on milestone rule book for Paris treaty, PV Sindhu sets up title clash with Nozomi Okuhuara; day's top stories
Today's top stories: Rahul Gandhi hints at end of tussle for Chhattisgarh chief minister's post; nations agree on milestone rulebook for Paris climate treaty; Belgium face Netherlands in Hockey World Cup final; and more.
Malaysia Open 2018: Saina Nehwal sails into second round with straight sets win over Hong Kong's Yip Pui Yin
Saina Nehwal needed 42 minutes to clear the first hurdle at the Axiata Arena beating Yip Pui Yin of Hong Kong 21-12, 21-16