Thailand Open Super 1000: Sameer Verma, Satwik-Ponnappa sail into quarters; Anthony Ginting ousted in shock defeat
Sameer Verma will next face third seed Anders Antonsen of Denmark, who received a walkover, in the quarter-finals.
PBL 2020: North Eastern Warriors stormed into first-ever final with dominant victory over Chennai Superstarz
The Warriors had the momentum coming into this match having beaten the Chennai franchise, winners of Season 2, in their last league encounter
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: 'I've been here before,' says World No 25 Parupalli Kashyap after season's fourth straight loss
Kashyap’s performances this season are mirroring that of his team, Mumbai Rockets, who have lost all of their four ties thus far
Michelle Li, who had stunned PV Sindhu a day ago, staved off a challenge from rising talent Shriyanshi Pardeshi to guide North Eastern Warriors to victory over Mumbai Rockets
PBL 2020: Shubhankar Dey beats Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk, helps Awadhe Warriors to 4-3 victory against North Eastern Warriors
The 26-year old Dey wore down Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk 15-9, 15-14 to help Awadhe Warriors pull off a come-from-behind 4-3 win over North Eastern Warriors
Hong Kong Open exit proves Kidambi Srikanth is yet to find form which helped him to four Superseries titles in 2017
Srikanth has seen his BWF (Badminton World Federation) ranking drop steadily from the pinnacle of the charts last year to a present level of World No 13
Hong Kong Open: Home favourite Lee Cheuk Yiu caps off stunning run to finals with three-sets win over Anthony Ginting for first major title
Lee's title run, which includes surprise wins over Denmark's Viktor Axelsen and Kidambi Srikanth of India in the quarter and semi-final, comes after he appeared to show support for the protesters
Hong Kong Open: Kidambi Srikanth pays the price for going against grain in straight-games loss to Lee Cheuk Yiu
None benefit from going against the grain of their being. In the past, Kidambi Srikanth had shone for his unceasing aggressive play where his smashes came like pile-drivers, predictably slotted down the line and yet, unreturnable for the likes of World No 1 players Chen Long and Lee Chong Wei.
Hong Kong Open: Kidambi Srikanth loses semi-final clash to Lee Cheuk Yiu in straight games as India's campaign comes to end
The former world no 1 squandered six game points in the second game to suffer 9-21, 23-25 in contest that lasted 42-minutes.
Hong Kong Open: Local hope Lee Cheuk-yiu stuns Viktor Axelsen to set up semi-final clash against Kidambi Srikanth
The tournament has ploughed on despite pro-democracy protests in the city and Lee will play India's Kidambi Srikanth in the last four on Saturday
Hong Kong Open: Kidambi Srikanth enters semi-finals after China's Chen Long concedes QF clash due to injury
Unseeded Srikanth, ranked 13th in the world, was leading by a game when Long decided to concede the match, thus handing the Indian a place in the last-four of the HSBC BWF World Tour Super 500 event.
Kidambi Srikanth couldn't threaten Kenta Nishimoto, who lead 12-7 at one stage in the opening game. Sameer Verma couldn't find a way to outwit an athletic Lee Cheuk Yiu
Catch the live score and updates of quarter-final action of the China Open Superseries Premier 2017
New Zealand GPG: Lee Cheuk Yiu beats 5th seeded player for title, Ratchanok Intanon wins women's crown
Hong Kong’s Lee Cheuk Yiu fought hard to save match points and beat top seed Tzu Wei Wang of Chinese Taipei 11-21, 21-15, 22-20 in the final.
Tzu Wei Wang defeated Lin Yu Hsien 21-11, 21-12 to set up a final against Hong Kong’s unranked Lee Cheuk Yiu, a 21-12, 21-19 victor over sixth-seeded Hsu Jen Hao.
New Zealand GPG: HS Prannoy fails to convert match points, Sourabh Verma ousted by giant-killer Lee Cheuk Yiu
HS Prannoy was unable to convert four match points against Chinese Taipei’s No 11 seed, Lin Yu Hsien, and bowed out of the competition with a 10-21, 22-20, 21-23 defeat.
India's campaign at the New Zealand Open ended on Friday with H S Prannoy and Sourabh Verma crashing out after losing their respective quarterfinal matches in the men's singles competition of the Grand Prix Gold event.