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newsbadminton9 hours ago

PV Sindhu suffers stress fracture, opts out of BWF World Championship

Ace India shuttler PV Sindhu has pulled out from the upcoming BWF World Championship 2022, starting August 22 in Tokyo, due to a stress fracture on her left ankle. The Indian had sustained the injury during the CWG quarter-final clash against Goh Jin Wei of Malaysia, but continued to play.
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newsbadminton3 days ago

PV Sindhu handed difficult draw for BWF World Championships 2022

Indian badminton stars, such as PV Sindhu and Lakshya Sen, will be eager to build on their impressive performance in the BWF World Championships 2022, which begin in Tokyo on August 22. PV Sindhu, the world no.7, will aim for her second world championship after winning the competition in 2019.
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newsbadminton6 days ago

LIVE - CWG 2022 | Lakshya Sen wins gold in men's singles

On the final day of the 2022 Commonwealth Games, India's star shuttlers, PV Sindhu, Lakshya Sen, and the men's doubles team of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy/Chirag Shetty will look to add three gold medals. Prior to this, Kidambi Srikanth and the team of Treesa Jolly/Gayatri Gopichand won bronze medals.
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newsbadminton7 days ago

LIVE CWG 2022 | Kidambi Srikanth vs Jia Heng Teh - Men's Singles Bronze Medal Match

India have a busy day with badminton today with PV Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth and Lakshya Sen in action as far as Singles semi finals are concerned. As far as doubles are concerned, Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand and while Chirag Shetty and Satwiksairaj Rankireddy will take the floor later
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newsbadminton9 days ago

WATCH | Aakarshi Kashyap consoles her Pakistani opponent as latter retires due to injury

Who said the relationship between India and Pakistan had to constantly be tense? Aakarshi Kashyap of India consoled Mahoor Shahzad of Pakistan when the latter injured himself and had to withdraw from the women's singles round of 32 matches at the ongoing Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham.
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newsbadminton9 days ago

LIVE - CWG 2022 | India conclude great day at badminton court

It is day eight at the 2022 Commonwealth Games and Indian badminton stars will be again in action today. It all starts with Jolly Treesa/Pullela Gayatri Gopichand vs Leung/Ganesha in women's doubles, followed by all the singles stars - Lakshya Sen, PV Sindhu, Aakarshi Kashyap and Kidambi Srikanth.
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newsbadminton10 days ago

CWG 2022 | Doubles coach Mathias Boe wants Indian team to focus on individual events

The Indian players should use their "rage" after losing to Malaysia in the mixed team final to "shoot some bullets" in the independent badminton events at the Commonwealth Games, as per Mathias Boe. India was defeated 1-3 by Malaysia, the five-time champs, and were unable to defend their title.
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newsbadmintona month ago

Taipei Open 2022 | Ishaan Bhatnagar and Tanisha Crasto enter second round of mixed doubles, Saina Nehwal withdraws

Indian mixed doubles pair of Ishaan Bhatnagar and Tanisha Crasto moved into the second round at the Taipei Open 2022, being held at the Taipei Heping Basketball Gymnasium, on Tuesday. The world no.47 pair were convincing in the first-round match, which is also their first win since May.
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newsbadmintona month ago

Lakshya Sen looks to find rhythm ahead of Commonwealth Games

Lakshya Sen, the world no.10 men's singles shuttler, said that the first matches at the Commonwealth Games will be crucial to find his rhythm back, after being out of action due to injury. The last tournament the Indian played was the Indonesian Open, where he lost to HS Prannoy.
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newsbadmintona month ago

PV Sindhu progresses to semis, Saina Nehwal and HS Prannoy lose close matches at Singapore Open

The Indian shuttlers endured a heart-breaking day at the Singapore Open 2022, as only PV Sindhu could manage to progress to the semis of the event. On the other hand, Saina Nehwal lost in the quarters in three games against Aya Ohori of Japan, and so did men's singles player HS Prannoy.
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