Canada Open 2019: Ajay Jayaram beats Huang Guoixing in three games; Lakshya Sen, Sourabh Verma enter second round
Ajay Jayaram, Sourabh Verm and Lakshya Sen advanced to the second round of the Canada Open while, HS Prannoy and Parupalli Kashyap will begin their campaign
PBL 2018-19: Son Wan-ho beats Rajiv Ouseph as Awadhe Warriors edge past Chennai Smashers in hard-fought encounter
With the four points that the Warriors earned from Monday's match, they have now moved up to the second position with 20 points. The top position in the leaderboard is still held by the defending champions Hyderabad Hunters.
Denmark Open: Kidambi Srikanth identifies chinks in armour, but focuses on improvement ahead of European circuit
Now, with not much time remaining in 2018, Srikanth only target is to improve as results become secondary when things aren't turning in his favour.
Commonwealth Games 2018: Pullela Gopichand feels tough scheduling stopped India from winning more badminton medals
Pullela Gopichand said, "The only thing I would say if we would have been lucky, if the scheduling been little favourable we probably could have won couple of medals more."
Commonwealth Games 2018: HS Prannoy loses badminton men's singles bronze medal match to Rajiv Ouseph
The World No 11 Prannoy started on a positive note, winning the first game 21-17 at the Carrara Sports Arena.
Commonwealth Games 2018: Lee Chong Wei to meet Kidambi Srikanth in badminton singles final after beating HS Prannoy
Kidambi Srikanth set up a date with Lee Chong Wei in the summit clash of men's singles badminton competition, after registering a comfortable win over Rajiv Ouseph in the semi-final
HS Prannoy is not worried about familiar foes such as three-time Olympic silver medallist Lee Chong Wei, and says it is the surprise element of the unheralded shutters, who could pose a bigger threat
All England Open 2018: HS Prannoy's campaign ends in agony as he narrowly loses to Huang Yuxiang in quarters
Locked 20-20 in the third set, HS Prannoy went for a smash with his opponent down on the floor but all he could do is send the shuttle to the net, a moment which will perhaps haunt him for sometime.
Kidambi Srikanth says he prefers the 21-point system; feels new service rule will affect taller players more
Srikanth emphasised, "I personally haven't tried the 11- point format. The 21-point (format) is working well for me and I prefer it to be the same way."
India Open 2018: Sai Praneeth, Sameer Verma light up opening day; HS Prannoy knocked out after suffering injury
Kidambi Srikanth, seeded second at this India Open, could not afford to relax for even a second against Lee Cheuk Yiu in what was their first-ever meeting.
Prannoy looked uncomfortable as he took the court against compatriot Shreyansh Jaiswal and handed over the match to his younger colleague 4-21 6-21.
World Badminton Championships 2017: Saina Nehwal draws inspiration from Roger Federer; Kidambi Srikanth, PV Sindhu also win
Drawing inspiration from some of the greats in her own sport and Roger Federer, Saina Nehwal, trying to find her way back to the elite in the sport after her knee surgery last year, sent second seed Sung Ji Hyun packing to enter the World Badminton Championships quarter-final for the seventh time in succession.
World Badminton Championships 2017: PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth through to quarters
P V Sindhu, Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth stood just one step away from grabbing a medal each at the World Badminton Championship after entering the quarter-finals of the singles events
Lee Chong Wei's exit meant that two-time reigning world champion, Chen Long of China, has one less prime contender to take care of, in his attempt to record a hat-trick of world titles.
China's Lin Dan joined Kidambi Srikanth and Son Wan Ho in the second round of the men's singles event of the World Badminton Championships 2017.
Srikanth defeated Russia's Sergey Sirant 21-13 21-12 in less than half an hour match to set up a clash with France's Lucas Corvee in the next round on Tuesday.
World Badminton Championships 2017: Kidambi Srikanth is India's best medal hope, Ajay Jayaram gets tough draw
Srikanth, who turned 24 last month, appears to have the best draw among the four Indians.
Australia Superseries: Parupalli Kashyap draws World No 1; Siril Verma, Ruthvika Shivani Gadde also qualify
P Kashyap set up a clash with World No 1 Son Wan Ho from Korea in the main draw of the Australian Super Series today after coming through qualifiers with two wins on the trot.
Olympic gold medallist Carolina Marin and national champion Sameer Verma notched up contrasting victories to guide Hyderabad Hunters to the semifinals of Premier Badminton League season 2 with a 5-2 win over Delhi Acers in an exciting contest in New Delhi on Thursday.
English recruit Rajiv Ouseph mesmerised badminton fans in the capital with a stunning victory over World No. 9 Kidambi Srikanth as Delhi Acers notched up their second successive win in the Premier Badminton League by outclassing Bengaluru Top Guns 5-2 at the Siri Fort Stadium.