A NATIONAL CAMP for elite Indian settlers is currently underway in Hyderabad, and they're taking applications.
The forced break from the game due to COVID-19 pandemic finally comes to an end as the badminton national camp at Pullela Gopichand Badminton Academy in Hyderabad resumed on Friday.
SOME OF THE BIGGEST NAMES in world badminton are going head to head in the Hyderabad Open 2019, a part of the BWF Tour Super 100.
Â India's singles shuttlers Kidambi Srikanth and P.V. Sindhu lost their respective matches to crash out of the $1 million China Open World Tour Super 1000 tournament on Friday.
India's singles shuttlers Kidambi Srikanth and P.V. Sindhu advanced while mixed doubles and men's doubles pairs bowed out of the $1 million China Open World Tour Super 1000 tournament here Thursday.
She remembers the time when some of her seniors gave statements that she can't play badminton but that made Jwala Gutta more determined and she went on to win both Junior and Senior Nationals in the same year.