Lakshya Sen wins second senior international title
A training stint with former All England champion Peter Gade appears to have paid off as Lakshya Sen beat a higher-ranked opponent to win the Bulgarian Open, setting him up well for the rest of the season, including the Junior World Championships.
ESPN's 8 for 80: Lakshya Sen
After his astonishing run of success on the junior badminton circuit, Lakshya Sen is widely seen as the next big men's singles player from India.
US Open: Prannoy beats Kashyap to lift title
Second-seeded HS Prannoy beat Parupalli Kashyap 21-15, 20-22, 21-12 to lift the title in Anaheim, California.
US Open: Prannoy-Kashyap to clash in all-Indian final
HS Prannoy and Parupalli Kashyap will face each other in the final of the US Open after defeating their respective opponents in the semifinals in Anaheim, California on Saturday.
Jwala, Chetan in BAI's new coaching panel
The Badminton Association of India has appointed 19 coaches across various zones in what it terms as 'an attempt to 'broad-base' the sport in the country'.
'This is a huge push for my self belief'
Hopping from felicitations to interviews to meeting dignitaries, Kidambi Srikanth is still taking stock of the giant leap his life has taken over the past week.
The metamorphosis of Kidambi Srikanth
How Kidambi Srikanth went from slacker to star, with help from his brother K Nandagopal and first coach Sudhakar Reddy.
Kidambi Srikanth finds a new level in Sydney
Prior to the Australian Open final, Srikanth had a 0-5 record against Chen Long. A tough test might have been expected, but instead, Srikanth cruised to one of the most comprehensive victories an Indian has had over a top-class opponent in recent memory.
Four and counting: Numbers behind Srikanth's Aus Open win
From becoming the first Indian player to win consecutive Superseries titles to making the most final appearances by a male this year, here are the numbers from Kidambi Srikanth's title run at the Australian Open Superseries.
Twitter reacts: 'Stand up for the champion'
With back-to-back Superseries titles in successive weeks, Kidambi Srikanth is the toast of Twitter.
Srikanth wins Australian Open for second straight Superseries title
India's Kidambi Srikanth lifted his second consecutive Superseries title of the year after defeating Olympic gold medallist Chen Long 22-20, 21-16 at the Australian Open final in Sydney on Sunday.
Resurgent Srikanth within sight of fourth Superseries title
When he takes on reigning Olympic champion Chen Long on Sunday, Kidambi Srikanth has the chance to add to his three World Superseries titles - already the most by an Indian men's singles player.
Srikanth defeats Shi to reach maiden Australian Open final
India's Kidambi Srikanth defeated fourth seed Yuqi Shi 21-10, 21-14 from China to reach the Australian Open final on Saturday in Sydney.
'No time to stop': Lakshya Sen's rise to the top
Mature beyond his 15 years, a fast learner and equipped with a game that already has virtually no loopholes, Lakshya Sen's rise to the top of the badminton world seems almost inevitable, writes Susan Ninan.
Srikanth defeats Praneeth to reach Australian Open semis
Kidambi Srikanth won in two tight games but both PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal lost their respective quarterfinal matches in Sydney on Friday.
Praneeth vs Srikanth: Too close to call
Kidambi Srikanth may be in red-hot form going into their quarterfinal clash at the Australian Open but he has found B Sai Praneeth's game a difficult puzzle to unravel in the past.
Australian Open: Praneeth, Srikanth set QF clash; Sindhu, Saina win
B Sai Praneeth and Kidambi Srikanth will contest the quarterfinal of the Australian Open in a rematch of the Singapore Open final, which Praneeth won to lift his first Superseries title. PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal also made the quarterfinals.
Australian Open: Saina, Sindhu, Srikanth progress
India's Saina Nehwal, Kidambi Srikanth and B Sai Praneeth progressed to the second round of the ongoing Australian Open Superseries after defeating their respective opponents on Wednesday.
Unseeded Saina seeks way out of slump
Having had a tough year so far both on and off the court, Saina Nehwal will be looking to give momentum to her comeback at the Australian Open.
W2W4: Srikanth eyes hat-trick, Prannoy gets favourable draw
After Kidambi Srikanth and B Sai Praneeth's wins in the last two Superseries events, what are the chances of Indian men completing a hat-trick by winning the Australian Open?
Srikanth's Indonesia crown the latest in a series of firsts
The signs were there when he pushed Lin Dan to the limit in Rio last year. Now, by winning the Indonesia Open, Kidambi Srikanth has moved to number two on the list of Indians with the most Superseries titles, and he doesn't look like slowing down soon.
Kidambi Srikanth lifts Indonesia Open
India's K Srikanth lifted his second Superseries Premier title after defeating Japan's Kazumasa Sakai 21-11, 21-19 at the Indonesia Open in Jakarta on Sunday.
As it happened: Srikanth wins Indonesia Open
Follow LIVE on ESPN.in as K Srikanth eyes his second Superseries Premier title at the Indonesia Open on Sunday.
Mature Srikanth expands his game to reach another final
Silky flicks, patient play, and lesser smashes. With each passing match, Kidambi Srikanth is adding new weapons to his armory, and that makes him the favourite ahead of Sunday's Indonesia Open final.
Indonesia Open - Srikanth defeats World No.1 Son Wan Ho to enter final
While Kidambi Srikanth advanced to the final after defeating world No. 1 Son Wan Ho, HS Prannoy lost 21-17, 26-28, 18-21 to Japan's Kazumasa Sakai in the other semi-final in Jakarta on Saturday.
World No. 10 PV Sindhu expressed her happiness over participating in her first Olympics as she became one of the seven badminton players to make the cut for Rio Olympics 2016.
Olympic athletes take their best guess as to what they'd be doing if they weren't in their sport.
John Brewin reviews the eight matches that ultimately doomed Louis van Gaal's tenure as manager at Manchester United.
Is Beyonce an athlete, too? Joy Priest explores the musician's roots as a young runner in the South and examines how the musician trains like a competitive sportswoman.
The sport and media landscape has changed so much that we may never have definitive voices like his ever again.