Badminton: India Open postponed indefinitely
"The recent spike in COVID-19 cases and gravity of the situation in Delhi left BAI no choice but to postpone the tournament," said an official communication.
Pramod Bhagat wins golds in singles and doubles at Dubai para badminton international
Bhagat won gold in the men's doubles with Manoj Sarkar. He also won bronze in the mixed doubles with Pala Kohli.
Sindhu must focus on recovery: Vimal Kumar
Former coach also feels Saina will find it tough to qualify, and that Srikanth needs to find fresh tactics.
After marathon QF, spent Sindhu 'couldn't do anything' in All England SF loss
Sindhu took to the court about 15 hours after a 74-minute quarterfinal, and it showed against an in-form Chochuwong.
All England Open: Sindhu frustrated in semifinal loss to Chochuwong
Sindhu nearly pulled off a first-game comeback before fading in the second game.
All England Open 2021: Sindhu holds her nerve to beat Yamaguchi in three-game thriller
PV Sindhu is through to her second ever All England semifinals after beating Akane Yamaguchi 16-21, 21-16, 21-19 late on Friday.
All England Open: Lakshya loses hard-fought maiden quarterfinal
Lakshya Sen lost a hard-fought, three-game maiden All England quarterfinal to Mark Caljouw of the Netherlands.
All England: Sindhu, Lakshya in quarters; Sikki Reddy-Ponnappa script history
Lakshya Sen became the youngest Indian in history to reach the last eight at the prestigious tournament.
All England Open: Srikanth, Saina out in round one; Sindhu, Satwiksairaj-Chirag into last 16
Kidambi Srikanth failed to take advantage of a depleted draw as he suffered a surprising loss in the opening round of the All England Open Badminton Championships to unseeded Nhat Nguyen.
All England start delayed by 'inconclusive' tests
The start has been delayed five hours, from 9AM GMT on Wednesday to 2PM GMT.
Can Sindhu capitalise on Marin's absence at All England?
Also, can Srikanth break his big tournament quarterfinal jinx? Here's our All England W2W4.
Four-time world champion Pramod Bhagat silently living the big Paralympics dream
Bhagat won two golds at the BWF Para World Championships in 2019 and is also the World No. 1 in both singles and doubles, which undoubtedly makes him the favourite for the upcoming Tokyo Paralympics.
Sindhu's capitulation to Marin a worry with Tokyo in sight
Carolina Marin's 21-12, 21-5 win over PV Sindhu in the Swiss Open final was so one-sided there was almost a sense of mercy when it was over, writes Jonathan Selvaraj.
Marin routs Sindhu in Swiss Open final
Marin beat Sindhu 21-12, 21-5 in just 35 minutes to win the Swiss Open.
Sindhu tames feisty Blichfeldt to make Swiss final
Sindhu recovered from a wobbly start to defeat rising Dane Mia Blichfeldt 22-20, 21-10 in the semis.
Swiss Open W2W4: Tough draw complicates Saina's Tokyo hopes
Another early exit seems likely for Saina Nehwal, while PV Sindhu and Kidambi Srikanth have a great chance to make the most of a depleted field.
BWF extends Olympic qualification period to June 15
The Olympic qualification period for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics has been extended to June 15, the Badminton World Federation announced in a statement on Friday.
Olympic medallist Boe to work with Chirag-Satwik ahead of Tokyo Games
Mathias Boe, a silver medallist at the 2012 London Olympics, has been roped in on the request of Chirag and Satwik.
World Tour Finals: Sindhu could go all the way, Srikanth may surprise
Sindhu generally saves her best for the big stage, while Srikanth's attacking game might lead to a deep run.
Sindhu's slump, Satwik's rise, Srikanth's promise: What we learned from Thailand Open
PLUS: Saina's struggles continue and Ashwini finally has the perfect partner.
Thailand Open: Satwiksairaj-Chirag's winning run ends after semis loss
Satwiksairaj and Chirag, currently ranked 10th in the world, lost to World No. 9 Aaron Chia and Soh Wooi Yik of Malaysia 18-21, 18-21.
PV Sindhu at the Thailand Open - still early days for hasty judgements and little faith
The unusual length of the break from the competitive space does not wear off soon or without sufficient matches.
Thailand Open: Satwiksairaj Rankireddy-Ashwini Ponnappa stun Olympic silver medalists to enter semis
The unseeded Indian pair toiled hard for one hour and 15 minutes to beat their world no. 7 Malaysian opponents 18-21 24-22 22-20 in a nail-bitting quarterfinal duel.
Thailand Open: Satwiksairaj-Chirag enter semis; Sindhu, Sameer out in contrasting fashion
PV Sindhu suffered a tame loss to former world no. 1 Ratchanok Intanon.
Thailand Open: Praneeth out after testing positive for Covid-19, Srikanth forced to withdraw
While Sai Praneeth tested positive for Covid-19, roommate and compatriot Kidambi Srikanth was forced to withdraw as per the BWF protocols.
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