Senior National Badminton Championship: PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal set up scintillating showdown, Sourabh Varma into final
While Sindhu overcame a challenge from Assam's promising 19-year-old Ashmita Chaliha 21-10, 22-20 in the first semifinal, Saina got the better of Nagpur qualifier Vaishnavi Bhale, who was part of India's Uber Cup squad last year
Senior National Championships: Lakshya Sen, Harsheel Dani continue fine run to enter 4th round; Rituparna Das advances
Young Indian shuttlers Lakshya Sen and Harsheel Dani continued their fine run to enter the fourth round of the men's singles competition with straight-game victories
It was a thoroughly dominant performance from the Ahmedabad team, making its debut in the league with Tai Tzu Ying underlining her class and HS Prannoy registering an upset win over Son Wan Ho.
Saina Nehwal's training ground, Prakash Padukone Academy, is next mother lode for Indian badminton stars
The bright-eyed aspiring youngsters from the Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy are on the threshold of becoming names to reckon with in the sport in India.
Seasoned campaigner Sourabh Varma used all his experience to deny Lakshya Sen a fairytale end as he tamed the new badminton sensation in straight games in the summit clash to emerge men's singles champion at the 81st Senior Badminton National Championship
For Kashyap, a good PBL campaign will give him a lot of confidence after the disappointment of last year and stand him in good stead for the year ahead.
Rio Olympic silver medalist PV Sindhu won her trump game after facing some anxious moments as Chennai Smashers drubbed Bengaluru Smashers 5-0 in a Premier Badminton League contest at the NSCI Stadium in Mumbai on Tuesday.
Indian shuttler Sourabh Varma stormed into the finals of the Chinese Taipei Masters after notching up a straight-game victory over top seed Hsu Jen Hao.
Indian shuttler Sourabh Varma is one step away from making his third successive final as he entered the men's singles semifinals of the Chinese Taipei Grand Prix
Indian shuttler Sourabh Varma fell at the final hurdle as he lost to Lucas Corvee of France in straight sets in the summit clash of the Belgian International badminton tournament.
Shuttler Sourabh Varma kept alive the Indian challenge at the $120,000 Malaysia Grand Prix Gold by entering the men's singles semi-finals.
The ninth seeded P V Sindhu caused a major upset as she beat second seed Neha Pandit 21-9 21-14 in the women`s singles final to lift the title.