The year was 2006. India's best women's singles player Aparna Popat was past her prime and was losing to England's top player Tracey Hallam, the defending gold medallist, in the mixed team events during the league phase of the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne. Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago
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Saina Nehwal in action during Malaysia Open. AFP Saina Nehwal's stay at the top of the badminton world rankings lasted all of one week. In fact, had Saina not pulled out of this week's Singapore Open Super Series, the World No. 1 ranking would've ...NDTV, 1 week ago Here's why Badminton Association of India needs to be lauded... Mid Day, 2 weeks ago
Sachin Tendulkar and other eminent sporting stars congratulated Saina Nehwal on becoming the first Indian woman shuttler to attain the world number one ranking in badminton. Tendulkar hailed her as a "true role model" for aspiring sportspersons. "Congratulations to @NSaina on becoming the first Indian woman to be the World Number 1. Well done and keep smashing them on! A true role model for aspiring sports persons in the country," Tendulkar ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
The disappointment on Saina Nehwal's face after losing the All England championship to Spain's Carolina Marin was plain for all to see. It would have been even greater for having come so close. Saina won the first game convinvingly 21-16 and led ...Firstpost.com, 1 month ago Saina's All England loss will be painful but she is headed in the right direction Firstpost.com, 1 month ago
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