All England Championships 2020: Ashwini Ponnappa-N Sikki Reddy lose in women's doubles second round; PV Sindhu through to quarter-finals
Sindhu next meets the winner of the round of 16 match between fourth-seeded Nozomi Okuhara of Japan and Line Hojmark Kjaersfeldt of Denmark.
Malaysia Masters 2020: PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal produce straight-sets victories to advance to quarter-finals
Sixth seed Sindhu notched up a commanding 21-10, 21-15 victory over Japan's Aya Ohori in a pre-quarterfinal match lasting just 34 minutes
BWF French Open 2019: An Se Young sends strongest message to date that she's a raging new talent in the shuttle firmament
An Se Young appears indefatigable, is swift and decisive with her footwork, has a virtually impregnable defence, and an arsenal of accurate strokes.
BWF Chinese Taipei Open 2019: Top seed Saina Nehwal favourite to lift trophy; Sourabh Verma looks to repeat 2016 title run
On a comeback trail since regaining fitness, a former top 10 player H S Prannoy is another Indian shuttler to look out for during the week
Malaysia Open 2019: PV Sindhu's capitulation against unseeded Sung Ji-hyun leaves Kidambi Srikanth as sole remaining Indian
Sindhu opened quite brightly, and led all the way until 14-12 in the opening game, but then collapsed after a string of unforced errors, conceding the crucial 20th point after a brief fightback to 18-19
Malaysia Open 2019: PV Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth advance to second round; Saina Nehwal, HS Prannoy suffer early exit
Top Indian shuttlers PV Sindhu and Kidambi Srikanth advanced to the second round of the Malaysian Open World Tour Super 750 tournament on Wednesday
All England Championships: India's PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal get tricky draw; B Sai Praneeth, HS Prannoy clash in first round
PV Sindhu will open her campaign against South Korea's Sung Ji-Hyun, while Saina Nehwal takes on Scotland's Kristy Gilmour in the first round.
PV Sindhu says All England Championships won't be a cakewalk even in injured Carolina Marin's absence
Star Indian shuttler PV Sindhu said it won't be an easy outing for her at the upcoming All England Championships even in the expected absence of injured reigning Olympic champion, Carolina Marin.
Malaysia Masters 2019: Saina Nehwal no match for Carolina Marin’s speed and ferocity; Chen Long knocks out Viktor Axelsen
India’s Saina Nehwal, who had played a magnificent match on Friday to knock out the 2017 world champion, Nozomi Okuhara of Japan, in a quarter-final of the $350,000 prize money Malaysia Masters badminton championship, simply could not conjure up the same response from her nearly-29 year old legs in Saturday’s semi-final against Spain’s Carolina Marin
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.
PBL 2018-19: PV Sindhu beats Saina Nehwal to take Hyderabad Hunters to the top of the table after third straight victory
PV Sindhu began the new year with a win over Saina Nehwal and Mark Caljouw defeated North Eastern Warriors trump Tian Houwei to give Hyderabad Hunters their third win in Premier Badminton League in Pune on Tuesday.
PBL 2018-19: Kidambi Srikanth beats Ajay Jayaram to power Raptors to win; Smashers hand leaders Smash Masters 6-(-1) defeat
Bengaluru Raptors' Kidambi Srikanth rebounded in the second game, riding on an array of attacking shots. Even though a late surge from Jayaram brought him back to 9-12, Srikanth managed to pocket the game 15-12.
Hong Kong Open: Top-seed Kento Momota survives early scare against Jonatan Cristie to reach semi-final
The top seed Kento Momota was dominating the match by the time the second game was over, and he wrapped up the decider in 15 minutes, to enter the semi-finals.
Korea Open 2018: Saina Nehwal falters on brink of victory against Nozomi Okuhara; injured Kento Momota concedes walkover
The only mistake that Saina made was in continuing with those bouts of repeated deep tosses at 20-16, when it had become increasingly clear that her own limited resources were fast running out.
PV Sindhu believes Indian shuttlers haven't got enough time to prepare for the Asian Games but expects the team to deliver more than just the one bronze medal claimed in the 2014 edition.
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.
World Badminton Championships 2018: China's waning global dominance to face stern test from emerging rivals
China are the most successful country in recent badminton history but, spearheaded by ageing legend Lin Dan, they host the World Championships next week at one of their lowest ebbs.
World Badminton Championship 2018: PV Sindhu unperturbed by defeats in finals, says she learns a lot from her losses
A title has eluded P V Sindhu this season despite three summit appearances but the Indian ace says she is undeterred by the heartbreak and will aim for a fresh start in the upcoming World Championship in China and the Asian Games in Indonesia.
The Indian team, including Srikanth and Sindhu, is currently in Gold Coast for the Commonwealth Games, which begins on Thursday with the mixed team championship.
Indonesia Masters 2018: PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal set up blockbuster quarter-final clash after easy victories
The good news is that there will be an Indian in the women’s singles semi-finals of the Indonesia Masters. The bad news is that the semi-finals cannot accommodate both Saina and Sindhu.