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Shixian prevails in battle of Wangs

Reigning All-England champion shuttler Shixian Wang ousted fellow Chinese and former World Champion Yihan Wang to enter the women`s singles final of the $250,000 India Open Super Series here Saturday.

Jwala-Ashwini pair looks to roar back to form at Indian Open

India`s top doubles shuttler Ashwini Ponappa is not losing her sleep over recent setbacks at the international tournaments and wants to roar back to form with partner Jwala Gutta at the Indian Open Super Series next month.

Sindhu, Pawar make it to last four in India Open

P V Sindhu and veteran Anand Pawar kept India`s hopes alive by making it to the semi-finals of the women`s and men`s singles event respectively.

Sourabh, Datt lose; Indian challenge ends in Indian Open

It was curtains for India in the Indian Open Super Series after young shuttlers Sourabh Verma and RMV Gurusai Datt suffered straight-game defeats

Sourabh, Datt lose; Indian challenge ends in Indian Open

It was curtains for India in the Indian Open Super Series after young shuttlers Sourabh Verma and RMV Gurusai Datt suffered straight-game defeats

Injury not the reason for Saina`s exit, says Gopichand

National coach Pullela Gopichand exuded confidence that the ace shuttler will make a strong comeback in the upcoming Malaysian Open.

Injury not the reason for Saina`s exit, says Gopichand

National coach Pullela Gopichand exuded confidence that the ace shuttler will make a strong comeback in the upcoming Malaysian Open.

Seven Indians make it to the main draw of India Open

As many as seven Indians, including Olympian Anup Sridhar and young guns HS Prannoy and Sai Praneeth, reached the main draw of the Indian Open Super Series

Seven Indians make it to the main draw of India Open

As many as seven Indians, including Olympian Anup Sridhar and young guns HS Prannoy and Sai Praneeth, reached the main draw of the Indian Open Super Series

Saina is clear favourite: Gopichand

With no Chinese players participating, India`s ace shuttler Saina Nehwal will start as clear favourite in the Indian Open Super Series badminton tournament, feels National coach Pullela Gopichand.

Saina is clear favourite: Gopichand

With no Chinese players participating, India`s ace shuttler Saina Nehwal will start as clear favourite in the Indian Open Super Series badminton tournament, feels National coach Pullela Gopichand.