India's campaign came to an end at the USD 50,000 Vietnam Open Grand Prix badminton tournament today after Sameer Verma went down to second seed South Korean shuttler Lee Hyun-il in straight games here.
Indian shuttlers B Sai Praneeth, Ajay Jayaram and Anand Pawar reached the second round of the USD 50,000 Canada Open Grand Prix after notching up comfortable victories in the men's singles competition, here on Wednesday.
Indian shuttlers Sourav Verma and B Sai Praneeth lived upto their billing and comfortably progressed to the second round of the men's singles event even as compatriots Ajay Jayram and Arvind Bhatt failed to clear the opening hurdle at the 2014 Macau Open, here on Tuesday.
Indian shuttler H S Prannoy reached the semifinals but it was curtains for compatriot B Sai Praneeth in the men's singles competition of the USD 12,500 Indonesian Masters Grand Prix Gold here on Friday.
Four Indian shuttlers, Ajay Jayaram, B Sai Praneeth, H S Prannoy and Anand Pawar advanced to the prequarterfinals of the USD 12,500 Indonesian Masters Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament in the men's singles competition, here Thursday.
While eighth seed P.V. Sindhu advanced to the women`s singles second round, compatriot Saina Nehwal yet again failed to perform to expected standards as the seventh seed suffered a first round loss at the $300,000 Singapore Open Super Series here Wednesday.
India`s ace shuttler Saina Nehwal`s poor form in the international arena continued as she crashed out of the USD 300,000 Singapore Super Series after losing to Eriko Hirose of Japan in a hard-fought three-game battle in her opening round women`s singles match here today.
Indian shuttlers B Sai Praneeth, H S Prannoy and P C Thulasi advanced to the second round of the USD 300,000 Singapore Super Series after registering contrasting victories on the opening day of the main draw here on Wednesday.
Rising young shuttler B Sai Praneeth has injured his right shin muscle while playing in the ongoing 6th Tata Open India International Challenge here and is a doubtful starter for next week`s 78th Senior Nationals to be held in New Delhi.
India`s promising shuttlers such as K Srikanth and B Sai Praneeth are both thrilled and excited with the interests the franchises showed on them in the Indian Badminton League auctions held here on Monday.