The twice-postponed Thomas and Uber Cups, the men's and women's world team championships, will be the first international tournaments since the pandemic brought badminton to a halt in March.
Concept of 'mixed singles' in international badminton does not hold water, will remain a non-starter
Vimal Kumar, chief coach at the Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy is categorical in his assessment that women shuttlers simply cannot match their male counterparts in competitive singles play.
What's to blame for PV Sindhu's freefall after last year's Basel World Championships? Predictability
The answers to PV Sindhu's slump in form after her World Championships win, perhaps lie in a melange of a host of external factors as well as a clutch of facets intrinsic to her game.
All England Championships 2020: Viktor Axelsen wins maiden trophy in Birmingham; Tai Tzu Ying clinches women's title
Viktor Axelsen claimed his maiden men's singles title at the All England Championship, while two-time former winner Tai Tzu Ying regained the women's singles crown on Sunday.
PBL 2020: Sai Praneeth, Tai Tzu Ying lead from front as Bengaluru Raptors become first team to defend title
World Championships bronze medallist B Sai Praneeth and world No. 2 Tai Tzu Ying led the Bengaluru Raptors from the front before the mixed doubles pair of Chan Peng Soon and Eom Hye Won sealed the win over the North Eastern Warriors, who were in the final for the first time.
PBL 2020: Tai Tzu Ying, Brice Leverdez victories against Awadhe Warriors hand Bengaluru Raptors semis berth
Bengaluru Raptors will join North Eastern Warriors, Chennai Superstarz and Pune 7 Aces in the PBL semi-finals.
PBL 2020: Upbeat Bengaluru Raptors face Awadhe Warriors in must-win final league match for last semi-final spot
While World No 2 Tai Tzu Ying has been Bengaluru's talisman and has remained unbeaten so far, it is B Sai Praneeth who played a pivotal role in their win
PBL 2020: On home court, Hyderabad Hunters' PV Sindhu's star shines brightly even in defeat to Tai Tzu Ying
On Friday, the PBL may have seen its biggest crowd of the season, as spectators were lured by the women’s singles match between Sindhu and Tai Tzu
PBL 2020: Tai Tzu Ying beats Hyderabad Hunters' PV Sindhu in showpiece clash to guide Bengaluru Raptors to first win
World No 2 Tai Tzu Ying beat world champion PV Sindhu in a much-anticipated clash to guide Bengaluru Raptors to victory over Hyderabad Hunters in a Premier Badminton League fixture on Friday.
While Sindhu is assured of a ticket to Tokyo, time is running out for Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth to make the cut but Gopichand said the Indian duo can still qualify with some good performances in a couple of tournaments
Tokyo Olympics 2020: PV Sindhu says expectations of fans don't create pressure but push her to do well
Being an Olympic year, the world No 6 said it was good to play the PBL because one got to play with top players which is helpful.
PBL 2020: Reigning world champion PV Sindhu, World No 2 Tai Tzu Ying to headline fifth edition of Premier Badminton League
Bengaluru Raptors' B Sai Praneeth, a bronze medallist at the world championship last year, said PBL had played a major role in making badminton more popular
Sindhu, who is considered a revered opponent in world badminton, has a 1-3 record against Saina, who has always had the upper hand over her younger compatriot
Malaysia Masters 2020: PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal knocked out from quarter-finals as India's campaign ends
The Chinese Taipei world number two Tai Tzu Ying beat Sindhu 21-16, 21-16 in the quarterfinal, extending her head to head record to 12-5
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
Tai Tzu Ying excited about joining Bengaluru Raptors for Premier Badminton League, looks forward to clash against PV Sindhu
World No 2 shuttler Tai Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipei finds the format of the Premier Badminton League exciting as she looks forward to locking swords against India's PV Sindhu in the cash-rich tournament.
Malaysia Masters 2020: PV Sindhu and Co look to start new year on positive note at Super 500 tournament
Sixth seed Sindhu faces Russia's Evgeniya Kosetskaya in the first round and will look to stay on course for an expected clash with World No 1 Tai Tzu Ying in the quarterfinals
Badminton in 2019, Part 2: PV Sindhu’s World Championship triumph sole redeeming feature of forgettable year for India
Sindhu ended 2019 at the sixth spot in the Badminton World Federation rankings, with 72,914 points from participation in 18 World Tour tournaments, with her sole title coming at the World Championships
BWF World Tour Finals 2019: PV Sindhu must find top gear to defend title; Kento Momota overwhelming favourite in men's singles
PV Sindhu would not have been part of the 'elite eight' at World Tour Finals had it not have been for her World Championships win earlier this year. Now, she will quickly need to step up her game as she walks into the tournament on the back of a streak of dismal results.
BWF World Tour 2019 Finals: PV Sindhu's record in top-tier tournaments gives her edge as she aims to end inconsistent year with title
In 2018, PV Sindhu became the first Indian to win the season-ending World Tour Finals. She enters this edition as the World Champion to go with it.