LANKY SPEEDY AND AGGRESIIVE. Yes, that's the best way to describe PV Sindhu who celebrates her 21st birthday today. This year would be the most special one as she will be playing in her first Olympics in Rio.
PV SINDHU turns 21 today, her fans and fellow shuttlers have taken to Twitter to send in their birthday wishes.
AFTER A WEEK'S BREAK where the top shuttlers took some time off to get better at their sport, the badminton action is back with the Canada Grand Prix.
PV SINDHU, GURUSAIDUTT, NIKHAR GARG/ANILKUMAR RAJU out of the Australia Superseries after losing their first round matches while Saina Nehwal, Tanvi Lad, Kidambi Srikanth and Sameer Verma progress to round two.
NEXT CHALLENGE lined up for the shuttlers is Australian Super Series which begins tomorrow with qualifying rounds.
WOMEN'S SINGLES SHUTTLER PV SINDHU expresses her emotions as she will be playing for the first time at the Olympics in Rio.
RANKINGS OF THE INDIAN SHUTTLERS in the following categories, men's singles, men's doubles and women's doubles have improved according to the Badminton World Federation (BWF) rankings released on Thursday.
SAINA NEHWAL won her second round match to enter the quarter-finals of the Badminton Asia Championship while PV Sindhu defeated by eight seed Taipei shuttler.
SAINA NEHWAL AND PV SINDHU enter round two of Badminton Asia Championship while men's singles shuttler Kidambi Srikanth and men's doubles and women's doubles pair of Manu Attri/Sumeeth Reddy, Akshay Dewalkar/Pranaav Jerry Chopra and Jwala Gutta/Ashwini Ponnappa exit after losing their first round matches.
SHUTTLERS HEAD TO CHINA for the last tournament that lead up to the Rio Olympics qualification, the Badminton Asia Championships which begins from tomorrow in Wuhan.