SAINA NEHWAL will spearhead India's campaign in women's singles while World No.9 Kidambi Srikanth will be highest-ranked Indian in men's singles as the Badminton Association of India (BAI) here on Wednesday announced a strong 15-member squad for the South Asian Games next month.
THIRD SEED PV SINDHU won the Malaysia Masters Grand Prix Gold after beating Kristy Gilmour of Scotland in straight games in Penang on Sunday.
PV SINDHU qualifies for the finals of the Malaysia Masters Grand Prix Gold after defeating the top seed Sung Ji Hyun of Korea 21-19, 12-21, 21-10 at the Spice Arena on Saturday.
INDIAN SHUTTLER P.V. Sindhu played a clean game to beat old foe Lindaweni Fanetri and enter the women's singles semi-finals of the $120,000 Malaysia Masters Grand Prix Gold at the Spice Arena in Malaysia on Friday.
SHUTTLERS PV SINDHU, Kidambi Srikanth and Ajay Jayaram have reached the quarter-final of the Malaysia Masters Grand Prix Gold in Penang.
THE PREMIER BADMINTON LEAGUE was a good platform for the young shuttlers who got to share the same space with experienced pros. It was indeed a learning period for them. Few of them impressed one and all with their performances. They might have not won matches, but surely won many hearts. The future of Indian badminton in both the men's and women's categories certainly looks bright.
THE PREMIER BADMINTON LEAGUE (PBL) ended on 17th January with Delhi Acers clinching the title beating Mumbai 4-3 in a closely-contested tie. The league brought to the fore many players who single-handedly or in pairs hunted down their opponents. Their consistency through the league ensured that their teams reached the semis, giving them a chance to go for the title. TFG brings to you the singles players and doubles pairs that mattered.
AKSHAY KUMAR, ABHISHEK BACHCHAN AND RITEISH DESHMUKH picked up racquets to play a game of badminton during the Premier Badminton League (PBL) final in New Delhi on Sunday.
THE PREMIER BADMINTON LEAGUE trophy was unveiled by the Badminton Association of India (BAI) today at the Badminton Association of India office in New Delhi.
PREMIER BADMINTON LEAGUE is in its final stages with just the finals remaining to be played on Sunday. The last league stage matches and the first semi-final was held in Bengaluru while the second semi-final was held in Hyderabad.