NED Vs ZIM | 1st ODI Jun 19, 2019
NED 209/3 (42.4)
NZ Vs SA | Match 25 Jun 19, 2019
NZ 105/4 (26.1)
DEN Vs GER | Match 16 Jun 19, 2019
GER 35/1 (5.5)
ITA Vs JER | Match 15 Jun 19, 2019
ITA 1/0 (0.1)
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Mr Arjun - Total results - 6
Mar 27, 2019
India Open 2019: Need to reduce unforced errors, play big points well, says Ramchandran Shlok after loss in men's doubles"Our defence was a bit off, but we would like to get better on crucial points and learn fast," Shlok said after he and MR Arjun lost their opening round clash.
Mar 14, 2019
Swiss Open badminton: Subhankar Dey stuns Jonatan Christie to reach quarter-final; Riya Mookerjee through to last-eightSubhankar Dey and Riya Mookerjee advanced to men's and women's singles quarter-finals respectively of the Swiss Open badminton tournament.
May 22, 2018
Thomas and Uber Cup: Indian teams get past Australia with ease, but qualification chances appear dimThe women, led by Saina Nehwal, produced a winning 4-1 result, while the HS Prannoy-led men whitewashed Australia 5-0 at the Impact Arena in Bangkok on Monday.
May 21, 2018
Thomas and Uber Cup: France give India a 4-1 pummelling as HS Prannoy takes up doubles coaching dutiesHS Prannoy took on the duties of doubles coach in preference to opening the proceedings in the first singles against the dangerous 32-year-old French vanguard Brice Leverdez, but the move misfired.
Apr 25, 2018
Badminton Asia Championships: Kidambi Srikanth, Sai Praneeth progress; Shlok Ramchandran, MR Arjun notch impressive winWorld No 5, Kidambi Srikanth, who was fortunate to have been seeded No 1 in this tournament, since the draws were made at a time when he headed the ranking list of the Badminton World Federation (BWF), huffed and puffed against Kenta Nishimoto of Japan, ranked eight places below him at No 13, before coming through at 13-21, 21-16, 21-16.
Mar 06, 2018
German Open 2018: Spotlight on 'controversial' new service rule as players continue to remain dividedWorld Champion Viktor Axelsen, who clears 6’ 4” in his socks, is one of the most bitter critics of the new service rule, asserting that it favours the shorter players at the expense of the six-footers.