Chikkarangappa retains CG Open crown
Chikkarangappa retains CG Open crown

Bangalore's Chikkarangappa S successfully defended his title at the Rs 1 crore CG Open 2014 with a final round of four-under-66 at the Bombay Presidency Golf Club, here on Sunday.

PV Sindhu aims to work harder on her game in coming year
PV Sindhu aims to work harder on her game in coming year

It has been a decent year for P V Sindhu with a bronze medal finish at the World Championships and retaining Macau Open title, but the young shuttler is keen to work harder on various aspects of her game and put up better performances against top players in the coming year.

Exclusive: China Open is one of the toughest tournaments, says Saina

China Open is one of the toughest tournaments to win in a year because the competition is very high, said Saina Nehwal in an exclusive interview to Zee Media.

Indians can beat Chinese, says Saina Nehwal
Indians can beat Chinese, says Saina Nehwal

Saina Nehwal said on Tuesday that Indians can beat their Chinese opponents in badminton. But the ace shuttler is aware of the difficulties in repeating such performances.

Keeping fit crucial for Rio Olympics preparation: Jwala Gutta
Keeping fit crucial for Rio Olympics preparation: Jwala Gutta

Top doubles shuttler Jwala Gutta, who missed the Incheon Asian Games due to an injury, on Sunday said that keeping herself fit would be crucial for her to prepare well for the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Saina Nehwal crashes out of World Badminton Championships
Saina Nehwal crashes out of World Badminton Championships

Zee Media Bureau

Copenhagen: India's star shuttler Saina Nehwal crashed out of the World Badminton Championships losing to her familiar foe, Chinese Li Xuerui in the quarter-final.

Curtains for Indian shuttlers at Japan Open

It was curtains for Indian shuttlers at the Japan Open as young Tanvi Lad and women`s doubles pair of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa suffered defeats in the second round of the USD 250,000 Super Series tournament here on Thursday.

Praneeth, Prannoy, Thulasi reach 2nd round of Singapore Open

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.

Saina, Kashyap reach quarterfinals in India Open

Ace shuttler Saina Nehwal finally broke her jinx at the Indian Open as she stormed into the quarterfinals of the women`s singles competition with a straight-game victory over Thailand`s Natcha Saengchote at the USD 250,000 Super Series event on thursday.

Akhilesh Das Gupta unanimously re-elected as BAI President

Badminton Association of India (BAI) president Akhilesh Das Gupta was today unanimously re-elected for a four-year term, starting June 2014, as he was the only one to have filed the nomination for the post.

Lee Chong Wei first to use video line-call review

Malaysia`s Lee Chong Wei welcomed the decision to use video reviews of disputed line calls after the world number one became the first in badminton to use the technology Wednesday.

After IBL, Saina is focusing on Super Series, CWG and Asiad

After a splendid run in the Indian Badminton League (IBL), star shuttler Saina Nehwal is now hoping to do well in the upcoming Super Series events and next year`s Commonwealth Games and Asian Games.

I am ready for Intanon challenge, says Sindhu

Having made it to her maiden semi-finals of a Super Series event in India, PV Sindhu on Friday said she is happy with her progress in the ongoing India Open and is looking forward towards making the most of it, when she faces World No 6 Ratchanok Intanon here on Saturday.

India to host Sepaktakraw Super Series from August 29

Indians fans will get to witness some high-flying acrobatic moves of the world`s best Sepaktakraw players when the country hosts the sport`s biggest event, the Super Series, for the first time in the month of August.

Shuttler Kashyap qualifies for London Olympics

Indian shuttler Parupalli Kashyap qualified for the London Olympics.

I keep practicing because sometimes I forget my strokes: Saina

Saina Nehwal is sweating it out a bit more in practice ahead of the Yonex Sunrise India Open because the ace Indian shuttler says she sometimes forgets her strokes.

Saina half a step slower than last year: Prakash Padukone

Saina Nehwal, who has been struggling to replicate her superb run of 2010 when she won three Super Series women`s singles crowns as well as the gold medal at the Commonwealth Games, seems fractionally slower on her feet this year, feels former badminton ace Prakash Padukone.

Saina looks for elusive Super series title at Hong Kong

Saina Nehwal will need to overcome a recent dip in form to defend the crown at the Hong Kong Open.

Tendulkar confirms joining Machdar Motorsports

Sachin Tendulkar has officially confirmed his association with the Machdar Motorsports board for the i1 Super Series car racing meet.

Saina loses in Indonesia Open final

Saina Nehwal lost to China`s Yihan
Wang in the finals of Indonesia Open Super Series badminton tournament.