Tokyo Olympics 2020: Indonesian coach Agus Dwi Santoso to assist India singles badminton players for mega event
Santoso comes in after the unceremonious exit of South Korea's Kim Ji Hyun, who left abruptly last September after guiding Sindhu to an unprecedented World Championships gold medal.
While Sindhu is assured of a ticket to Tokyo, time is running out for Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth to make the cut but Gopichand said the Indian duo can still qualify with some good performances in a couple of tournaments
Badminton in 2019, Part 2: PV Sindhu’s World Championship triumph sole redeeming feature of forgettable year for India
Sindhu ended 2019 at the sixth spot in the Badminton World Federation rankings, with 72,914 points from participation in 18 World Tour tournaments, with her sole title coming at the World Championships
Why Indian badminton is steadily losing top foreign coaches who took the country’s shuttlers to dizzy heights
Kim was the fourth high-profile badminton coach to quit the Hyderabad-based Pullela Gopichand Badminton Academy (PGBA) in the three-year period since the 2016 Rio Olympics, the others being Malaysian doubles specialist Tan Kim Her, and two Indonesians, Mulyo Handoyo and Yusuf Jauhari.
PV Sindhu's father PV Ramana raises questions over former coach Kim Ji Hyun's conduct after 'heartless' jibe at world champion
It is with much consternation that badminton-lovers have been reading about the allegations of 'heartlessness' made by Sindhu's former coach, Kim Ji Hyun.
BWF World Tour Finals 2019: After disappointing end to season, PV Sindhu must aim to rebuild competitive edge and aggressive play
PV Sindhu won the historic World Championships gold in 2019 but had a below average season over all and that raises a lot of questions which the shuttler must look to answer ahead of next season.
Pullela Gopichand interview: Indian badminton team's chief coach on PV Sindhu's slump, hectic BWF calendar and more
There’s a running joke in badminton circles: at Rio Olympics, everyone prepared for Saina Nehwal. But PV Sindhu was the out-of-syllabus question. Pullela Gopichand grins as this anecdote comes up. But he soon gets serious.
Badminton Association of India General Secretary Ajay Singhania says they haven't received coach Kim Ji Hyun's official resignation
Badminton Association of India (BAI) General Secretary Ajay K Singhania said that neither the governing body nor the Sports Authority of India (SAI) have received any resignation from Kim.
PV Sindhu rues coach Kim Ji Hyun's 'unfortunate' resignation after Korean decided to quit citing personal reasons
Badminton Association of India (BAI) will now have to quickly find a replacement for Kim, given that the Tokyo Olympics qualification is currently on
PV Sindhu's Korean coach, Kim Ji Hyun, hails Indian shuttler's 'perfect' performance in World Championships final
Sindhu thrashed 2017 champion Okuhara 21-7, 21-7 in one of the most lopsided finals in the history of the tournament.
Two-time silver-medallist Sindhu ended an agonising wait for an elusive gold with a maiden World Championship title on Sunday.
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BWF World Championships 2019: PV Sindhu's blend of no-nonsense badminton, controlled aggression takes down Nozomi Okuhara
After all the heartbreaks, it's time for Sindhu to rejoice. She has successfully changed the colour of her World Championship medal
BWF World Championships 2019: PV Sindhu focussing on improving fitness, defence in search of elusive gold at showpiece event
PV Sindhu said that she has been working on improving her fitness and defence in search of an elusive gold in the showpiece World Championships.
India's Sai Praneeth says Senior Nationals will aid preparation for next month's All England Championships
Praneeth, who is currently ranked 26th, said he will need a bit of luck and series consistent performances to earn him a ticket to the Olympics.
Korean, Indonesian coaches to join Pullela Gopichand Academy next month to sharpen skills of Indian players
A handful of experienced foreign coaches are set to join the national camp in Hyderabad from next month, according to a report.