Mumbai, Apr 19 (UNI) Reigning Commonwealth Games champion Parupalli Kashyap, whose Rio Olympics dreams are already over after the shuttler went under the knife for a troubled right knee, has undergone a successful surgery here today. Kashyap, who ... United News of India, 1 month ago
Parupalli Kashyap's Rio dream over - Times of India, 1 month ago
Fit-again Kashyap aims to seal Olympics berth - Times of India, 2 months ago
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nwealth Games gold medallist Parupalli Kashyap believes the multiple injuries he suffered in the last six months has plagued his chances of qualifying for Rio Olympics. In the last six months, the 29-year-old suffered two injuries and as a result ...New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago Injury layoff set to end Parupalli Kashyap's 2016 Rio Olympic dream Zee News, 1 month ago
In a blow to Indian badminton fans, the India No. 2 Parupalli Kashyap has pulled out of the upcoming Yonex Sunrise India Open Superseries as his knee injury has not healed fully yet. The 2014 Commonwealth Games champion twisted his knee at the ...Yahoo! India, 2 months ago Parupalli Kashyap likely to miss India Open Deccan Chronicle, 2 months ago Parupalli Kashyap likely to miss next week's India Open Asian Age, 2 months ago I should be back after two weeks of rehab, says Parupalli Kashyap Times of India, 2 months ago
Germany: There was no respite from injuries for ace Indian shuttler Parupalli Kashyap who retired hurt midway through the German Open pre-quarterfinals here, dealing a fresh blow to his Olympic qualification hopes. Already racing against time to seal his ...First Post.com, 2 months ago Parupalli Kashyap frustrated after getting injured again DNA, 2 months ago Shuttler Parupalli Kashyap suffers another injury at German Open DNA, 2 months ago Fresh injury has Kashyap fighting time for Rio qualification Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Top Indian shuttlers Kidambi Srikanth and Parupalli Kashyap crossed the opening hurdle to reach the second round of men's singles competition at the USD 120,000 German Grand Prix Gold here. Srikanth, who clinched the Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold at Lucknow in ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago PV Sindhu lone Indian survivor at German Open after Kashyap and Srikanth lose catchnews.com, 2 months ago German Open: Indian shuttlers Srikanth, Kashyap and Verma reach second round catchnews.com, 2 months ago German Open: Srikanth, Kashyap move to second round Rediff.com, 2 months ago
It's been a desperate struggle to get his Olympic qualification on track since February, but the painful realisation has hit Parupalli Kashyap that the Rio dream is all but over. When he wobbled off the court at the German Open, it had seemed like a ...Yahoo! India, 1 month ago
In men's singles, Kidambi Srikanth and Parupalli Kashyap were static at the 10th and 17th spot, while Ajay Jayaram improved a place to be at the 20th spot. HS Prannoy and B Sai Praneeth dropped and gained three places respectively to be at the 27th and 34th ...DNA, 2 months ago Saina slips to 6th in badminton world rankings Rediff.com, 2 months ago Saina slips to 6th in BWF ranking Press Trust of India, 2 months ago After loss at All England QF, Saina Nehwal slips to 6th in BWF ranking Hindustan Times, 2 months ago
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P.V. Sindhu fought her heart out before losing her quarterfinal while Parupalli Kashyap retired hurt midway through his match at the German Open, dealing a fresh blow to his Olympic qualification hopes. Seventh seed Sindhu, lone Indian in the women’s ...Asia Net India, 2 months ago
‘No tournaments for me the whole month. Actually the injury was bad’ ‘I wouldn't blame anyone because everyone wants me to play and get back quickly’ IMAGE: Indian shuttler Parupalli Kashyap in action. Photograph: PTI . Still grappling with a knee injury, Commonwealth Games gold medal-winning shuttler P Kashyap's chances of qualifying for the Olympics have all but ended as he has been forced to withdraw from this month's Malaysia Super Series Premier and Singapore ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
"When we talk about the Olympics we do feel sad at the medal tally. But we need to create the right atmosphere to encourage athletes. It is essential to be positive about our athletes. Let us not worry about the results," Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently ...catchnews.com, 2 days ago
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