newsbadminton4 days ago

Thailand Masters | Indians fail to put up a fight on opening day, many crash out from tournament

India's teen sensation Unnati Hooda and four others failed to make it to the Thailand Masters main draw and lost their respective matches in the qualifiers on Tuesday. The 15-year-old Hooda, who won Odisha Open in 2022, lost her opening qualifying match to Pornpicha Choeikeewong 17-21, 23-21, 21-16.
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newsbadminton2 months ago

Asian Junior Badminton Championship | Unnati Hooda and two others settle for silver medals, India finish with five overall

In a decent showing by the Indian shuttlers at the Asia U-17 & U-15 Junior Badminton Championship, they returned with five medals in all, including three silvers on the final day. On Sunday, Unnati Hooda, Anish Thoppani, and the duo of Arsh Mohammad/Sanskar Saraswat clinched the silver medal.
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newsbadminton2 months ago

Badminton Asia Junior Championships 2022 | Teenage sensation Unnati Hooda moves into quarters

Extending her brilliant winning streak, rising India shuttler Unnati Hooda stormed into the U-17 women's singles quarter-finals at the Badminton Asia U-17 & U-15 Junior Championships 2022 with a comfortable victory in Nonthaburi, Thailand on Thursday, making her a contender for the title.
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newsbadminton2 months ago

2022 Badminton Asia Junior Championships | Unnati Hooda to lead India challenge

Unnati Hooda, a promising young player, will captain a sizable Indian team at the Badminton Asia Junior Championships 2022, which gets off on Tuesday in Thailand. Future shuttlers will compete in the under-17 and under-15 divisions at the six-day tournament at Chaengwattana Hall in Nonthaburi.
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newsbadminton3 months ago

BWF World Junior Championship 2022 | Sankar Muthusamy advances to the quarter-finals, Unnati Hooda ousted

At World Junior Badminton Championships 2022, Unnati Hooda lost the women's singles match, while S Sankar Muthusamy Subramanian reached the men's singles quarterfinals. In her round of 16 match, Hooda fell to Hina Akechi of Japan 17-21, 21-12, 18-21, while Muthusamy beat Nachakorn 21-15, 21-13.
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newsbadminton3 months ago

BWF World Junior Championships 2022 | Top seed Anupama Upadhyaya ousted, Unnati Hooda advances to pre-quarters

Unnati Hooda advanced to the women's singles round of 16 on Wednesday at the World Junior Badminton Championships 2022 in Santander, Spain. The tournament's fifth seed and the world No. 5 junior badminton player, Unnati Hooda, 14, defeated Gianna Stiglich of Italy with ease, 21-11, 21-7.
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newsbadminton3 months ago

BWF World Junior Championships 2022 | Unnati Hooda and Anupama Upadhyay advance to the round of 32

Anupama Upadhyay and Unnati Hooda advanced to the women's singles round of 32 at the World Junior Badminton Championships 2022 on Tuesday. The top seed in the junior championships and third-ranked junior player in the world, Anupama Upadhyay, defeated Singapore's Yi Ting Elsa in the round of 64.
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newsbadminton3 months ago

BWF World Junior Championships 2022 | Unnati Hooda and Anupama Upadhyay top contenders at championship

Unnati Hooda, 14, and Anupama Upadhyay, 15, will be India's top medal contenders at the 2022 World Junior Badminton Championships, which get off in Santander, Spain, on Monday. The top seed in the women's singles is Anupama Upadhyay, who is ranked third in the world among junior badminton players.
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newsbadminton4 months ago

World Junior Badminton Championships | India beat Slovenia 5-0 in last group match

In its fourth and final match in Group B at the World Junior Mixed Team Badminton Championships in Santander, Spain on Wednesday, the Indian team defeated Slovenia 5-0. Vignesh Thathineni and Srinidhi Naryanan, won the opening match by defeating Ziga Podgoresk and Spela Alic 21-11, 21-9.
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newsbadminton5 months ago

PV Sindhu moves to world no.6 in BWF rankings, Meiraba Luwang biggest gainer

In the latest rankings released by the BWF, star India shuttler PV Sindhu has moved a spot up to world no.6, surpassing Japan's Nozomi Okuhara. Sindhu, who had suffered from a stress fracture during CWG 2022, remains the only Indian women's shuttler in the top 10, while Saina Nehwal is in 32nd spot.
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