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Year Ender 2018 | A watershed year for Indian women shuttlers

Year Ender 2018 | A watershed year for Indian women shuttlers

By Gaurav Sharma New Delhi: Indian badminton continued to move northwards in 2018, especially the women’s singles players — P.V. Sindhu and veteran Saina Nehwal — as they dished out one stunning performance after another. While Sindhu extended her status as India’s leading shuttler and shrugged off the ‘choker’ tag[Read More…]

PV Sindhu wins maiden China Open Super Series title

Olympic silver medalist PV Sindhu clinched her maiden Super Series Premier title after edging out Sun Yu of China in the finals of the $700,000 China Open badminton tournament on Sunday. Sindhu, who became the toast of the country after becoming the first Indian woman to win a silver Olympic[Read More…]

Rio Olympics 2016: Day 13 round up

On day 13th at Rio, PV Sindhu stormed into the finals of women’s singles by defeating Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara at Rio Olympics. Sindhu won the semi-final match in straight sets 21-19 21-10. With this she became the Indian to qualify for the Badminton finals at Olympics. Sindhu’s historic win did[Read More…]

Rio: Sindhu wins semi-finals, assures silver

India’s PV Sindhu defeated Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara in the semi-finals of the badminton women’s singles event at the Rio Olympics on Thursday. Sindhu has assured the silver for India. Now she will fight against Spain’s Carolina Marin for the Gold. Sindhu defeated Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara by 21-19, 21-10. She now[Read More…]

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