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India's campaign ends in Singapore Open with Parupalli Kashyap's loss

India's campaign ends in Singapore Open with Parupalli Kashyap's loss

India's campaign in the Singapore Open Super Series badminton tournament ended today as Parupalli Kashyap conceded a one game advantage to go down to Hong Kong's Hu Yun in the semifinals of the men's singles here on Saturday.

Kashyap enters semifinals, injured Prannoy concedes match

Kashyap enters semifinals, injured Prannoy concedes match

Indian ace Parupalli Kashyap continued his impressive form, advancing to the semifinals of Singapore Open Super Series badminton tournament but young H S Prannoy was left ruing his luck as a foot injury saw him concede his quarterfinal match here.

Asian Games 2014: Badminton draw sets up Lin-Lee semi-final clash

Asian Games 2014: Badminton draw sets up Lin-Lee semi-final clash

The draw for the Asian Games badminton men`s singles Monday saw Chinese superstar Lin Dan and Malaysian number one Lee Chong Wei put on course for a semi-final clash.

Lin Dan, Cheng Long suffer shock defeats at Japan Open

It is not only the Indians who failed to make a mark at the Japan Open, Chinese shuttlers also found the going tough here as star players, Lin Dan and Chen Long, crashed out of the USD 250,000 Super Series tournament here on Friday.

Trick-shot Lee romps into Singapore semis

World number one Lee Chong Wei turned on the style and even had time to attempt a trick shot as he sped into the Singapore Open semi-finals on Friday.

Happy to make the top 20 this year, says Gurusaidutt

Having broken into the top 20 world ranking this year, Indian shuttler R M V Gurusaidutt says he`s happy to have achieved the goal he had set out for himself.

Hong Kong's Hu Yun equates IBL with World Championships

Banga Beats shuttler Hu Yun has equated the inaugural Indian Badminton League (IBL) with the prestigious World Championships in terms of the competition level.

Joergensen retains Copenhagen Masters title

Denmark`s Jan Oe Joergensen beat Hu Yun of Hong Kong 21-12, 21-11 to retain the men`s singles title at the Copenhagen Masters badminton tournament here.