All England Open: Viktor Axelsen Claims Men’s Title, Tai Tzu Ying Wins Women’s Competition

 March 16, 2020   kridangan

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Taiwan’s Tai Tzu-ying beat Chinese world number one Chen Yufei 21-19, 21-15 to win the All England badminton Championship for the third. Tai, seeded second, was on a revenge mission in Birmingham after losing last year’s final against Chen. The 25-year-old’s previous All England titles came in 2017 and 2018 and she clinched a third in impressive […]

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PV Sindhu in All England Championships quarters

 March 13, 2020   kridangan

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PV Sindhu moved into the quarterfinals of the All England Championships,PV Sindhu remained the only Indian challenge after the second round at the Birmingham Arena as Lakshya Sen and the women’s doubles pair of Ashwini Ponnappa and N Sikki Reddy exited the tournament on Thursday. Sindhu registered a straight-forward win against South Korea’s Sung Ji […]

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CHINA RECLAIM SUDIRMAN CUP ’19 TITLE

 May 26, 2019   kridangan

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China are once again champions of the World Mixed Team Championships. They reclaim their 11th Sudirman Cup 2019 title – from their 13th straight final with a 3-0 victory over Japan. Shi Yuqi astonished world champion Kento Momota . Japan have never won the badminton world mixed-team championship. China’s dominant victory over the top seeds . […]

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It’s Sindhu Vs Okuhara Again! Now, in the Korea Open Finals

 September 16, 2017   Arunesh Varade

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With the semi-finals of the Korea Open all done and dusted, we have the best of the lot standing tall. Two of them are the ones who have been in the best of their forms off late. One, the Olympic silver medallist and another, the World Champion. Yes, everyone knows whom I’m talking about and […]

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P V Sindhu in Semis of Korean Open, Sameer Ousted

 September 16, 2017   Arunesh Varade

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Continuing her magnificent form from the recently concluded World Championships, P V Sindhu eased past Japan’s Minatsu Mitani in the quarterfinals of Korean Open. The match lasted for little over an hour and turned into the favour of the Indian by 21-19, 16-21, 21-10. P V Sindhu does it again Mitani went into the half-time […]

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PV Sindhu enters the finals of World Championships

 August 27, 2017   Arunesh Varade

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It was a scintillating performance by the World No. 4 PV Sindhu to enter the finals of the World Championships. She overcame the challenge of 19-year-old Chen Yu Fei from China in straight sets 21-13, 21-10 in just 48 minutes. With some great rallies and terrific shots, the Olympic silver medalist proved her mettle in […]

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KIDAMBI SRIKANTH CLINCHES HIS FIRST INDONESIAN OPEN TITLE

KIDAMBI SRIKANTH CLINCHES HIS FIRST INDONESIAN OPEN TITLE

 June 19, 2017   Arunesh Varade

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So it was a great Super Sunday for Indian fans with an awesome line-up of sporting events ranging from badminton to hockey and cricket of course. First up it was Kidambi Srikanth in the Indonesian Open 2017 final up against the Japanese Kazumasa Sakai. The road to the finals: The road to finals for both […]

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ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT TAI TZU-YING – WORLD’S NO. 1 WOMEN’S BADMINTON PLAYER

 May 28, 2017   Arunesh Varade

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The world of badminton is witnessing many young guns making their mark in the international arena off late. One such player is Tai Tzu-ying, a 22-year-old badminton player from the country of Taiwan. Currently, she is the world no.1 in the women’s singles category. She has achieved the no. 1 ranking playing for Chinese Taipei. Let […]

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Was Saina Nehwal’s Post-Injury Comeback a Hasty Decision?

 December 13, 2016   R K Gupta

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To answer that question first, it does seem Saina’s return to badminton beginning with the Thaihot China Open Super Series Tournament was a bit premature. She perished in the first round before going to participate in the Yonex Sunrise Hong Kong Open. She managed to reach the quarterfinals after some hard labor but couldn’t progress […]

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Sindhu Storms Into 2016 China Open Final Meets Sun Yu For the Title

 November 20, 2016   R K Gupta

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On Saturday, India’s PV Sindhu showed great tenacity in her semifinal match against Korea’s Sung Ji Hyun. Sindhu lost the first game without any fight and she was down three match points in the second. But the Indian held on grimly, wiped off the deficit and won the hard-fought game to force the decider. The […]

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