Hope to continue good run next year: PV Sindhu
Hope to continue good run next year: PV Sindhu

 Expressing happiness over defending the Macau Open, ace shuttler P V Sindhu on Tuesday hoped to keep the momentum going and continue the successful run in the new year.

Delighted to hear PV Sindhu's victory at Macau Open, tweets Narendra Modi
Delighted to hear PV Sindhu's victory at Macau Open, tweets Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed happiness after Indian shuttler PV Sindhu won the Macau Open Grand Prix Gold on Sunday.

Kidambi Srikanth returns home to warm welcome
Kidambi Srikanth returns home to warm welcome

Young Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth, who created history by winning the China Super Series Premier title, returned home on Monday to a warm welcome from family members, friends and colleagues.

Saina Nehwal bows out of Hong Kong Super Series
Saina Nehwal bows out of Hong Kong Super Series

India's campaign in the women's singles of the USD 350,000 Hong Kong Super Series came to an end after ace shuttler Saina Nehwal was stunned by Tai Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipei in the quarterfinals here on Friday.

P V Sindhu loses in Hong Kong Open
P V Sindhu loses in Hong Kong Open

Ace Indian shuttler P V Sindhu suffered a three-game loss to lesser-ranked Nozomi Okuhara of Japan in the second round of USD 350,000 Hong Kong Super Series in Kowloon here on Thursday.

Shuttler Ajay Jayaram clinches Dutch Open, bags maiden Grand Prix
Shuttler Ajay Jayaram clinches Dutch Open, bags maiden Grand Prix

Indian shuttler Ajay Jayaram on Sunday notched up the biggest triumph of his career by clinching USD 50,000 Yonex Dutch Open Grand Prix badminton tournament here.

Shuttler Kashyap advances to men's singles pre-quarters at Asiad
Shuttler Kashyap advances to men's singles pre-quarters at Asiad

Indian shuttler Parupalli Kashyap sailed into the men's singles pre-quarterfinals by registering a straight-game win over Afghanistan's Iqbal Ahmad Shekib at the 17th Asian Games here Thursday.

Fear of losing is gone, says H S Prannoy
Fear of losing is gone, says H S Prannoy

 Indian shuttler H S Prannoy says the success of winning the Indonesian Masters Grand Prix Gold has erased his fears of defeat and fuelled a dream of working harder than ever to qualify for 2016 Rio Olympics.

Saina Nehwal wants Vimal Kumar as badminton coach for Incheon Asian Games
Saina Nehwal wants Vimal Kumar as badminton coach for Incheon Asian Games

Ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal, who has been training under Vimal Kumar for the last one week, wants the former chief coach to travel to Incheon, Korea with her for the upcoming Asian Games.

Aditya Joshi misses bronze, two other Indians enter Youth Olympic finals

Indian shuttler Aditya Joshi missed out on a medal as he lost 17-21 16-21 to Anthony Sinisuka of Indonesia in the bronze play-off in men`s singles event in the second Youth Olympic Games here Friday.

Disappointed to miss out on CWG gold, focus now on Asiad: PV Sindhu

Utterly disappointed for missing out on a gold medal in the recently-concluded Commonwealth Games, female shuttler P V Sindhu has now set her eyes on the upcoming World Championships and Asian Games to make up for the disappointment in Glasgow.

After CWG gold, Parupalli Kashyap eyes medals at World C`ship & Asiad

After winning an elusive gold at the just-concluded Commonwealth Games, ace Indian shuttler Parupalli Kashyap is now eyeing a medal at the upcoming World Championship and Asian Games.

CWG badminton bronze a `lifetime achievement`: RMV Gurusaidutt

Indian shuttler RMV Gurusaidutt today said the Commonwealth Games bronze medal has helped him regain belief in himself as he was battling fitness doubts ahead of the match.

B Sai Praneeth loses in quarters of Russia Open

Young Indian shuttler B Sai Praneeth suffered a straight-game loss against second seed Vladimir Malkov in the quarterfinals of the Russia Grand Prix in Vladivostok today.

Shuttler Anand in third round of Canada Open

India`s Anand Pawar reached the men`s singles pre-quarterfinals of the Canada Open Grand Prix tournament with a straight-game win over local shuttler Bobby Milroy here.

After Super Series win, Saina Nehwal wants to be fit and strong

Having scored an emphatic win in the Australian Open, ace shuttler Saina Nehwal today said she would like to keep herself fit and strong in a year that will see her compete in important tournaments, including the upcoming Commonwealth Games.

Gritty Saina Nehwal enters final of Australian Open

Ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal stands just a win away from clinching her second title of the year after she stunned world number two and top seed Chinese Shixian Wang in a gruelling three-game semifinal contest of the USD 750,000 Star Australian Super Series here today.

Pawar, Thulasi in men`s and women`s singles final

Indian shuttlers Anand Pawar and P C Thulasi made it to the men`s and women`s singles finals of the Sri Lanka Open International Badminton Challenge here Saturday.

There was too much pressure on our singles players: Kashyap

With little to cheer about their performance in the Thomas Cup, where India failed to make the quarters, captain Parupalli Kashyap said that his team always had its back against the wall as there was too much pressure on the singles players to pull off three out of three matches.

India salvage pride with 3-2 win over Germany in Thomas Cup

The Indian men`s team today salvaged some pride with a thrilling 3-2 victory over Germany in their inconsequential Group C tie to end its campaign at the Thomas Cup badminton tournament on a positive note at the Siri Fort Sports Complex here.