With Saina's loss, India's challenge in the women's singles event has come to an end at the
After the win, Saina showed his gratitude towards Badminton World Federation officials and doctors
Kidambi Srikanth: The Badminton World Federation is now working with organisers of the event "to
HS Prannoy, Parupalli Kashyap, Sameer Verma, Manu Attri were among others who left for Bangkok from
The world number two Taipei player came back after losing the first game and took the next two to
The fifth seed Indian took 33 minutes to get the better of his Canadian opponent 21-15 21-14 in the
Kidambi Srikanth, a former world number one who had claimed four superseries titles in 2017, beat
Former world number one Saina and Srikanth will resume their hunt for valuable ranking points to
The 27-year-old is part of the Target Olympic Podium Scheme (TOPS) and thus will receive support by
In Uber Cup, India find itself in Group D with the other teams being China, Germany and France.
BAI president Himanta Biswa Sarma has accepted his apology and general secretary Ajay Singhania
On disciplinary grounds, the BAI did not nominate world number 14 Srikanth and 28th ranked Prannoy
After HS Prannoy criticised the selection process, an unnamed BAI official had claimed the Kerala
Srikanth is concerned about the chances of shuttlers having no match form or practice heading into
Sindhu defeated the world No 14 Zhang from USA 21-14, 21-17 in straight games to advance to the
Chief national coach P Gopichand was the last Indian to win the championship, in 2001.
The London Olympic bronze medallist Saina is racing against time to qualify for her fourth straight
Saina, who is facing a race against time to qualify for her fourth Olympics, brushed aside Maria
India lost their opening two matches before winning the remaining three to secure at least bronze.
In the singles event, world no. 11 B Sai Praneeth and giant-killer HS Prannoy suffered straight