Thailand Open Super 1000: PV Sindhu, Sameer Verma suffer defeats; Satwiksairaj Rankireddy-Ashwini Ponappa pair enters semi-finals
The unseeded Indian pair toiled hard for one hour and 15 minutes to beat their world no. 6 Malaysian opponents 18-21, 24-22, 22-20 in a nail-biting quarterfinal duel.
Former Olympic champion Li Xuerui has announced her retirement from international badminton, the BWF announced on Thursday.
BWF China Open 2019: PV Sindhu eyes World Championship redux, Indian contingent looks to turn around dismal season
For India, PV Sindhu remains the best bet for a podium finish as both HS Prannoy and Kidambi Srikanth have withdrawn due to injuries
Kidambi Srikanth lone Indian shuttler in World Tour Finals rankings; Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu ranked outside top 10
While Srikanth rode on his quarterfinal finishes in five of his six tournaments, Sindhu and Saina are ranked 13th and 12th respectively in women's singles list.
Pullela Gopichand says winning All England Championships will be the next target for Indian shuttlers
Chief national badminton coach Pullela Gopichand has set his eyes on ending the 18-year-old wait for an Indian to become an All England champion next year after PV Sindhu clinched the season-ending World Tour Finals title
World Badminton Championships 2018: PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal reach quarter-finals; Kidambi Srikanth crashes out
Olympic medallists Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu sailed into the women's singles quarterfinals with straight-game wins but it was curtains for Kidambi Srikanth at the BWF Badminton World Championships in Nanjing on Thursday.
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.
Indonesia Masters 2018: Saina Nehwal sends Ratchanok Intanon packing in straight games to enter final
Saina Nehwal made a perfect start to the new season, reaching the women's singles final of the $350,000 Indonesia Masters with a thrilling straight-game win over World No 4 Ratchanok Inthanon of Thailand on Saturday.
"India is a tough team. Number one and number two of India, Saina and Sindhu are very good and play with a lot of confidence. They are both equally good but have different styles."
A bronze-medallist at the previous edition in 2011, Schenk missed the World Championship in China due to a feud with German Badminton Association.
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