India Open 2018: PV Sindhu showed heart against Zhang Beiwen, but pressure of being defending champion got to her
Sunday’s Sindhu seemed nervy and uneasy throughout the match, as if she were bowed down by the pressure of being the defending champion at the India Open.
India Open 2018: Underdog Beiwen Zhang makes use of rare attacking ploy against PV Sindhu to win title
Despite yet another loss for Sindhu in a final, India Open 2018 was all about the underdog Zhang.
India Open 2018: Beiwen Zhang edges past defending champion PV Sindhu in a thrilling final to win title
Playing her second tournament of the new season, Sindhu came agonisingly close to clinching the title before losing 18-21, 21-11, 20-22 to Zhang in the women's singles final.
Catch the live score and updates from the Finals of the India Open 2018. PV Sindhu takes on Beiwen Zhang in the women's singles Final
India Open 2018: 'Aggressive' PV Sindhu favourite for title, but shouldn't underestimate surprise finalist Beiwen Zhang
PV Sindhu shouldn't underestimate a defensively strong Zhang, who could spring yet another surprise by upsetting the crowd-favourite with her rally-based strategy.
India Open 2018: PV Sindhu hits peak form to decimate Ratchanok Intanon and set up final with Zhang Beiwen
It became apparent, from the first few points of the match that Sindhu had come with a plan of embracing all-out aggression, and not allowing Intanon to settle into any sort of rhythm.
India Open 2018: Defending champion PV Sindhu sails into final; Pranaav Jerry Chopra-Sikki Reddy bow out
Sindhu dished out an aggressive game to outwit World No 3 Ratchanok 21-13, 21-15 in the second semi-final which ended an hour before midnight at the Siri Fort Sports Complex.
Indian mixed doubles pair of Pranaav Jerry Chopra and N Sikki Reddy lost to Denmark's Mathias Christiansen and Christinna Pedersen in the semifinals of the USD 350,000 India Open Super 500 tournament, in Indian Open on Saturday.
Highlights, India Open 2018, semi-final match: PV Sindhu breezes past Ratchanok Intanon to advance into final
Catch the live score and updates from the semi-final action of the India Open 2018. PV Sindhu will face Ratchanok Intanon for a place in the final
India Open 2018: Exhausted Saina Nehwal crashes out on disastrous day for Indian shuttlers; PV Sindhu the sole survivor
After Saina Nehwal's exit, PV Sindhu was far from convincing while defeating No 8 seed, Beatriz Corrales, at 21-12, 19-21, 21-11 to reach the semi-finals.
India Open 2018: Spain's Beatriz Corrales takes tough route to emerge out of Carolina Marin's shadow
Spanish shuttler Beatriz Corrales takes the harder route to emerge out of the shadow of Marin and have her own identity in world badminton.
India Open 2018: Defending champion PV Sindhu advances into semis; Saina Nehwal, B Sai Praneeth crash out
PV Sindhu remained in hunt to defend her title by reaching the women's singles semi-finals but Saina Nehwal, the other top home shuttler, was knocked out of the India Open
India Open 2018: PV Sindhu beats Beatriz Corrales to book semi-final berth; Parupalli Kashyap, B Sai Praneeth lose
PV Sindhu took another step closer to retaining her title as she reached the women's singles semifinals in the $350,000 India Open Super 500 badminton tournament in New Delhi on Friday.
Olympic champion Carolina Marin has sent a warning to her rivals in the badminton world, saying she expects to be at her absolute best during next month's All England Championships.
Catch the live score and updates of the quarter-final action from the India Open 2018. PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal and other Indians will be in action today
India Open 2018: Indonesian pair Kevin Sanjaya, Marcus Gideon keen to break more records with 'never-say-die' approach
Apart from defending the title in Delhi, Kevin Sanjaya and Marcus Gideon looking to emulate last year’s success but haven’t set any targets for the season as it would put them under pressure
India Open 2018: Kidambi Srikanth falls to Iskandar Zulqarnain's strong defence; PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal win easily
Iskandar Zulqarnain retrieved shuttles from near-impossible positions like a man possessed to beat Kidmabi Srikanth by a 21-19, 21-17 scoreline in 43 minutes of absorbing action.
India Open 2018: Iskandar Zulkarnain's bid for redemption gathers momentum with win over Kidambi Srikanth
In August last year, Iskandar Zulkarnain was so dejected after crashing out of the quarter-finals of the Kuala Lumpur Sea Games, that he almost gave up on badminton.
Kidambi Srikanth crashed out of the India Open after suffering a shock straight-game loss even as title-contenders Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu progressed to the quarter-finals with facile wins
Parupalli Kashyap, Sameer Verma and mixed doubles pair of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Ashwini Ponnappa notched up thrilling three-game wins to enter the quarter-finals