THE RANKINGS OF men's singles shuttlers HS Prannoy and Parupalli Kashyap has hit a new low according to the Badminton World Federation (BWF) released on Thursday. Prannoy slipped seven spots to No. 30 from 23 while Kashyap dipped 5 spots to No. 25 from 20 respectively.
PV SINDHU, JWALA GUTTA/ASHWINI PONNAPPA, AKSHAY DEWALKAR/PRANAAV JERRY CHOPRA enters round two while HS Prannoy in round three of the China Masters Grand Prix Gold.
FORMER NATIONAL COACH of Badminton Sanjeev Sachdev has said that Indian women's category is struggling to find players as it mostly depended on Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu.
TIME IS RUNNING OUT for the shuttlers as the deadline to book a place in Rio is soon approaching. China Masters Grand Prix Gold is the next challenge which begins on Tuesday. In this tournament, men's singles shuttlers are seeded and will look to improve their performance.
INDIAN MEN'S SINGLES SHUTTLERS Kidambi Srikanth and Ajay Jayaram can breathe a sigh of relief as they climb up the rankings ladder despite losing in the opening round of the Malaysia Open Super Series last week.
MEN'S DOUBLES PAIR OF AKSHAY DEWALKAR/PRANAAV JERRY CHOPRA, mixed doubles pair of Chopra/Sikki Reddy and women's singles shuttler PV Sindhu ousted from the Singapore Open Super Series after losing their round two match.
WOMEN'S SINGLES SHUTTLER PV SINDHU enter round two while men's singles shuttlers, women's doubles pair and mixed doubles duo bow out from the Singapore Open Super Series.
THE INDIAN SHUTTLERS gear up for Malaysia Open Super Series which begins tomorrow with the qualifying rounds.