'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.
Prannoy and Srikanth's Indonesian summer to remember
With HS Prannoy taking down giant after giant, and Kidambi Srikanth also quietly making his way into the semifinals, the stage is all set for the second all Indian Superseries final of the year - a scenario once unthinkable in Indian men's badminton.
How it all came together for Prannoy
Quick takeaways from HS Prannoy's quarterfinal performance at the Indonesia Open that saw him become the first Indian to score wins over the big three of Lin Dan, Lee Chong Wei and Chen Long.
Indonesia Open: Prannoy continues giant-killing run, reaches semis
HS Prannoy beat reigning Olympic champion Chen Long in three games on Friday. India's Kidambi Srikanth also made the semi-finals after a win over Tzu Wei Wang.
'I didn't really feel I was in a fight' - Prannoy
HS Prannoy has played down his upset victory against Malaysia's Lee Chong Wei, saying that he has faced "harder matches" in the past, and that he relishes every challenge thrown his way.
Indonesia Open: Prannoy upsets Lee; Saina, Sindhu out
Kidambi Srikanth also entered the last eight after recovering from a 0-5 deficit in the deciding game to defeat the higher-ranked Jan Jorgensen on Thursday.
Indonesia Open: Prannoy progresses, Praneeth out
HS Prannoy beat Indonesia's Anthony Sinisuka Ginting but B Sai Praneeth lost to world No. 1 Son Wan Ho.
Saina, Sindhu enter second round of Indonesia Open
Saina Nehwal fought back from a one game deficit to enter the second round of the Indonesia Open after registering a 17-21, 21-18, 21-12 win against Thailand's world no. eight Ratchanok Intanon in Jakarta on Tuesday.
BAI looks to adopt Lodha panel suggestions
Coaches conclave to be held, foolproof ways to tackle age fraud discussed at Executive Committee meeting.
Refreshed Prannoy looks to put injury woes behind
Coming off a three month break, HS Prannoy is looking to regain his flow and make a deep run in the upcoming tournaments.
Gopi to stay boss for now, but future is many Gopis
Badminton Federation of India head says there's no plan to remove top coach but the game can only grow if there are multiple talent grooming centers.
'Once you start winning, you want to win more'
Once marked out as a player whose penchant for avoiding the hard yards was matched only by the enormity of his talent, 22-year-old Sai Praneeth has now turned over a new leaf, with a renewed focus on fitness.
Sai Praneeth wins Thailand Open
India's B Sai Praneeth defeated Indonesia's Jonatan Christie 17-21, 21-18, 21-19 in the final of the Thailand Open in Bangkok on Sunday.
Thailand Open: Saina out in semis, Praneeth makes final
B Sai Praneeth beat Thailand's Pannawit Thongnuam in straight games to reach the final, while Saina Nehwal lost to fourth seed Busanan Ongbamrungphan in the semifinal.
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