newsbadminton19 hours ago

Dutch Open biggest title of my career so far, says Lakshya Sen

18-year-old Indian badminton player Lakshya Sen admitted that although winning the Dutch Open is the biggest title of his career, he now wants to push on and break into the top 30 rankings by early next year. Meanwhile, Sen is looking to find a balanced training routine that keeps from injury.
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newsbadmintona day ago

BWF Denmark Open | PV Sindhu and Sai Praneeth advance, Parupalli Kashyap crashes out

PV Sindhu and Sai Praneeth advanced to the second round of the Denmark Open with wins in straight games, while Korea Open semi-finalist Parupalli Kashyap crashed out. Among the doubles, the duo of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty won their duel, also in straight games, on Tuesday.
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newsbadminton2 days ago

Bahrain International Series | Priyanshu, Juhi-Venkat win titles

Indian badminton had a great day in office as young Priyanshu Rajawat staged a stunning comeback to get the better of Jason Anthony Ho-Shue 16-21, 21-7, 21-12 in the final of the Bahrain International Series. The doubles pair of Juhi Dewangan and Venkat Gaurav Prasad also lifted the title.
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newsbadminton4 days ago

Dutch Open Badminton | Lakshya Sen beats Felix Burestedt to qualify for final

Indian shuttler Lakshya Sen as stormed into the final of the ongoing Dutch Open badminton tournament in Almere, the Netherlands on Saturday. Sen got the better of Sweden's Felix Burestedt in a one-sided semi-final battle by straight games of 21-12 21-9 to book the place for the finals.
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newsbadminton6 days ago

Dutch Open | Lakshya Sen to face BM Rahul Bharadwaj in quarterfinals

Indian shuttlers Lakshya Sen and BM Rahul Bharadwaj will take on each other after they progressed to the quarterfinals of the men’s singles event at the Dutch Open Super 100 tournament in Almere on Thursday. Meanwhile, top seed Sameer Verma was knocked out by Japan’s Yusuke Onodera.
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newsbadminton6 days ago

India’s campaign at BWF World Junior Championships comes to an end

India’s campaign at the ongoing BWF World Junior Championships in Kazan, Russia, came to an end after all the singles and doubles players crashed out before the quarter-final stage. Aditi Bhatt, who was playing girl’s singles and doubles events, was knocked out of both in straight games.
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newsbadminton7 days ago

BWF World Junior Championships | Aditi Bhatt and Rohan Gurbani win while other Indians have disappointing day

India’s Aditi Bhatt upset the 13th seed while Rohan Gurbani too won his match as all other Indians participating in the day bow out of the individual events of the BWF World Junior Championships in Russia. Satish Kumar Karunakaran bowed out of men’s singles as well as the mixed doubles category.
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newsbadminton8 days ago

Saina Nehwal seeks help to get visa before Denmark Open

Ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal has come out to seek help from the External Ministry of Affairs after her visa process has gotten delayed and her Denmark Open campaign could be in danger. However, the Denmark embassy has already made it mandatory that the applicants appeared in person for it.
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newsbadminton10 days ago

Trying to achieve as coach what I missed as a player, says Pullela Gopichand

Head coach of the Indian badminton, Pullela Gopichand has stated that his aim as a coach has always been to win all the things that he couldn’t achieve as the player during his playing days. He also shed light on the varying training methods he has to come up with for PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal.
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newsbadminton16 days ago

Target is to break into top 100 as early as possible, says 18-year-old shuttler Malvika Bansod

18-year-old Indian shuttler Malvika Bansod is working on gaining strength and power as she aims to break into the top 100 rankings. A left-handed player, Malvika idolises two-time Olympic champion and five-time world champion Lin Dan of China but rues that she never got to meet him.
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