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'No matter what people say, I still have to play' - Sindhu
PV Sindhu shrugs off criticism and a relatively poor 2019 so far, saying it's only a matter of time before she adapts to changes in her equipment and coaching setup.
Lee Chong Wei announces retirement
After recovering from a cancer diagnosis last year, Lee Chong Wei decided to retire for the sake of his health.
India lose to China, out of Sudirman Cup
The team had earlier lost their opening fixture against Malaysia on Tuesday.
Sudirman Cup: India lose opening fixture against Malaysia
India lost their opening fixture 3-2 against Malaysia and must now win against China on Wednesday.
Sudirman Cup: Form and injuries cast shadow over India's chances
India have never won a medal in 16 editions of the Sudirman Cup, and despite boasting a relatively strong team, they will have their task cut out this year as well.
Patience pays off for Satwiksairaj-Chirag after long layoff
A freak injury to Satwiksairaj Rankireddy had snapped the momentum the pair had built in 2018. With their win in Brazil last week, they are rebuilding in a crucial period of Olympic qualification.
Prannoy slams BAI for Asia Championships snub
A day ahead of the Badminton Asia Championships in China, HS Prannoy has alleged that he and Sai Praneeth have been wrongfully left out of the tournament.
Singapore Open: Okuhara beats Sindhu in semis
Nozomi Okuhara defeated PV Sindhu in straight games in 37 minutes to set up a final against world No. 1 Tai Tzu Ying.
As it happened: Sindhu loses to dominant Okuhara in Singapore
PV Sindhu lost to Japan's Nozomi Okuhara in straight games in the semifinals of the Singapore Open.
'Very very consistent' Sindhu still has so much room to improve
PV Sindhu's consistency stood out in 2018. Yet former national coach Vimal Kumar believes she still isn't playing at her full potential.
Saina's stellar 2018 shows what she's made of
By the end of 2016, Saina Nehwal was being referred to as a has-been. In two years' time, she put together one of her most unforgettable years.
W2W4: Can Saina, Sindhu, Srikanth break India's long drought in Malaysia?
No Indian has won the Malaysia Open, with Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu having gone as far as the semifinals. Can they do better this time around?
Clinical Axelsen exposes Srikanth's shortcomings
Viktor Axelsen shrugged off a testing week to put on a clinical performance at the India Open, providing evidence of the gulf that exists between Kidambi Srikanth and the best in badminton today.
Srikanth remains India's best, but a class below the rest
Since his triumph at the French Open in 2017, Kidambi Srikanth has a 1-11 record against the top five players in the BWF World Rankings. Defeat in the final of the India Open further exposed that gulf in class.
As it happened: Axelsen too good for Srikanth in India Open final
Viktor Axelsen beat Kidambi Srikanth 21-7, 22-20 to win his second India Open title. Here's how it unfolded.
The final laugh: Kidambi Srikanth not resting on 2017 high
Tired of comparisons to 2017, Kidambi Srikanth wants to look ahead. After 17 months and 15 tournaments, he is back to where he belongs - competing for the big titles.
India Open: Srikanth enters final; Sindhu, Kashyap lose
Kidambi Srikanth defeated China's Huang Yuxiang 16-21, 21-14, 21-19 to enter his first tour-level final since October 2017.
Favourites Sindhu, Axelsen must reverse history to make India Open finals
After coasting to their respective semi-finals at the India Open, PV Sindhu and Viktor Axelsen will face their first genuine challenges over the weekend against Bingjiao and Kashyap.
Kashyap hopes bold new approach to fitness clears path for Tokyo
Once India's undisputed no.1, Parupalli Kashyap's career has been derailed by injuries. But having reached the quarterfinals of India Open, he's back with renewed self-belief.
Isabel Zhong finds balance between badminton and acting career
Isabel Zhong gave up badminton to try her luck in movies, but returned to the court after a seven-year gap. Now she's using her acting to finance her true passion.
Past broken racquets, journeyman Subhankar continues giant-killing spree
Subhankar Dey went through four racquets en route to beating world no.9 Tommy Sugiarto at India Open on Wednesday, adding yet another impressive upset to his resume.
Egyptian underdog pair get rid of first-round blues
An unexpected first-round win at the India Open means the world No. 109 pair of Doha Hany and Hadia Hosny El Said have had to extend their leave by a few more days.
Sameer looks to make most of reduced drift at India Open's new home
With the India Open moving to a venue with reduced drift, Sameer Verma aims to take it one match at a time in conditions that will suit his game.
Sai Praneeth goes down fighting in Swiss Open final
B Sai Praneeth's inspired run at the Swiss Open came to an end after he lost 21-19, 18-21, 12-21 to world no. 2 Shi Yuqi in the final on Sunday in Basel. With this loss, Praneeth has now lost both his matches against Shi on the international circuit.
Top 20 moments in Indian sports
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.
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