The finals of Tata Open India International Challenge 2013 concluded today after five days of exciting badminton and saw player participation from Malaysia, Indonesia, Chinese Taipei, Maldives, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Bahrain, Nepal and Australia, ... Noodls, 3 days ago
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MUMBAI: In a superb display of shuttle control, Sourabh Varma set aside HS Prannoy's challenge in straight games to win the men's singles title in the $15,000 Open India International Challenge Badminton Tournament at the CCI. The fourth seeded ...Times of India, 4 days ago
AReduce font size AIncrease font size AReduce font size AIncrease font size URL copied to clipboard ApnaCircle My Saved articles Gurusaidutt attempts a return RELATED Sayed Roshan Sourabh Varma beat practice partner RMV ...Mumbai Mirror, 5 days ago
Mumbai: Fourth seed Sourabh Varma pulled off a huge upset when he defeated top seed defending champion RMV Gurusaidutt in three tough games to enter the men's singles final of the USD 15,000 Tata Open India International Challenge badminton ...Deccan Chronicle, 5 days ago Sourabh Varma upsets RMV Gurusaidutt to enter final ZeeNews.com, 5 days ago
Top seed R M V Gurusaidutt entered the men's singles semifinals, but defending women's champion P C Thulasi and reigning national champion Sayali Gokhale were knocked out of the $15,000 Tata Open India International Challenge Badminton tournament here on ...Deccan Herald, 6 days ago Gurusaidutt advances to semis, Thulasi knocked out of Tata Ope DNA India, 6 days ago Gurusaidutt in semis of Tata Open Rediff.com, 6 days ago Guru advances to semis, Thulasi knocked out of Tata Open Times of India, 6 days ago
THE Indian badminton juggernaut last night rolled on taking all the semi-final spots in the women's singles and all but one in the men's section of the Bahrain International Challenge. The outsider to spoil the Indian party at the Bahrain ...Gulf Daily News, 1 month ago
IT was a bumper Diwali for the Indian badminton bandwagon as they made a clean sweep of all five titles and claimed a lion's share of the $5,000 prize money in the Takaud Bahrain International Series last night at the Indian Club. Unseeded Sameer ...Gulf Daily News, 1 month ago
INDIA's Sameer Verma continued the trend of producing the unexpected in the Takaud Bahrain International Badminton Series last night at the Indian Club. The unseeded youngster upset fourth seed Dharma Alrie Guna, the fourth seed from Indonesia, ...Gulf Daily News, 1 month ago
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