On a day when India featured in 11 matches, only fourth-seed Parupalli Kashyap, B Sai Praneeth (men's singles), PV Sindhu (women's singles) and women's doubles pair of Ashwini Ponnappa and Pradnya Gadre advanced to the second round of the Badminton ... DNA India, 1 month ago
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However, H S Prannoy, B Sai Praneeth and RMV Gurusaidutt lost their respective quarterfinal matches to crash out of the men's singles event. The 17-year-old P V Sindhu, who had beaten former World No.1 Shixian Wang of China at the Badminton Asia ...Firstpost.com, 3 weeks ago End of the road for Anand, Sindhu The Hindu, 3 weeks ago Friends settle scores, Sindhu makes semis Hindustan Times, 3 weeks ago P.V. Sindhu, Anand Pawar Make It to Semis in India Open Outlook India, 3 weeks ago
After achieving a career-high of World No.6 last week, Parupalli Kashyap dropped out of the men's singles top-10 in the Badminton World Federation (BWF) rankings released on Thursday. Due to a first round exit at the recently concluded India Open, ...The Hindu, 2 weeks ago Badminton rankings: Kashyap out of top 10, Sindhu up to 13th Firstpost.com, 2 weeks ago P Kashyap drops out of top-10, PV Sindhu moves up Times of India, 2 weeks ago Kashyap drops out of top-10, Sindhu moves up ProKerala.com, 2 weeks ago
Top seed PV Sindhu stormed into the semifinals of the women's singles event of the Malaysia Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament with a straight-game win over Hera Desi of Indonesia in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday. Sindhu, who reached the semifinals of the India ...Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago Sindhu beats Saina conqueror to enter semis (Roundup) ProKerala.com, 3 weeks ago India Open: Sindhu beats Hashimoto to enter semis New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago India Open: Kashyap loses in first round, Saina advances Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
New Delhi: London Olympics bronze medallist Saina Nehwal retained her second position in the world rankings despite making the second round exit at India Open in the women's singles. However, Olympics quarter-finalist, Parupalli Kashyap dropped out of the ...Jagran Post, 2 weeks ago Yui beats Saina after controversial call Times of India, 3 weeks ago Saina crashes out; Prannoy sparkles Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago Saina starts favourite at India Open New Indian Express, 4 weeks ago
New Delhi: London Olympics quarter-finalist, Parupalli Kashyap dropped out of the men`s singles top-10 while rising shuttler rose two places to reach a career-best of No.13 in the (BWF) rankings released on Thursday.Kashyap, who had achieved a ...ZeeNews.com, 2 weeks ago PV Sindhu rises to 13, Kashyap out of top 10 in latest BWF rankings NDTV, 2 weeks ago
Youngster Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin did well to reach the second round of a Super Series event for the first time at the India Open in New Delhi last week. Now, he's hoping that New Delhi will continue to be kind to him as he seeks to represent ...TheStar.com.my, 2 weeks ago
The 17-year-old PV Sindhu is widely tipped as the heir to India's badminton icon Saina Nehwal. The lanky teenager on Friday lived upto the expectations when she showed the guile and maturity to overpower a tenacious Japanese Yui Hashimoto 21-16, ...Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago Sindhu first Indian lady to reach India Open semifinals The Hindu, 3 weeks ago India Open: Sindhu avenges Saina's loss to enter semifinals PardaPhash, 3 weeks ago
Saina Nehwal's poor run at India Open continues as she loses poise and match after line call goes against her. Saina Nehwal's woeful run at the India Open Super Series continued for the third straight year. The World No. 2 was halted in her march by ...DNA India, 3 weeks ago Prannoy packs off Hidayat The Hindu, 3 weeks ago Saina Nehwal suffers second round exit at India Open DNA India, 3 weeks ago Tricky draw for Saina Nehwal The Hindu, 1 month ago
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's hopes for a double joy in the men's doubles at the India Open in New Delhi ended with the shock defeats of world No. 7 Hoon Thien How-Tan Wee Kiong in the second round. The Malaysian No. 2, who confirmed their tickets for ...TheStar.com.my, 3 weeks ago
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