Badminton hits restart with thermal checks but no gyms
After a two-month enforced break, players and coaches return to the court at the Padukone Academy in Bengaluru.
Raising a racket: Sania, Sindhu and their lockdown Hyderabad blues
Two of India's biggest superstars strike up a conversation about Hyderabad, food and their concerns for sport in the time of a pandemic.
BWF: Tokyo qualifying process to begin only in 2021
The BWF stated that players will further retain the existing points earned under the Race to Tokyo ranking list.
Badminton World Tour to resume in September
The Badminton World Federation announced the return of the World Tour in September.
Gopichand suggests segregation, fewer venues for smooth restart
Gopichand says more badminton tournaments at a single venue could be the way forward in a post COVID-19 world.
BWF reschedules 2021 Worlds to avoid clash with Olympics
The badminton world championship slated for August next year will now take place from November 29 to December 5.
Kidambi Srikanth in numbers - Rare No. 1 from India, world's fourth best in Superseries
Two years ago, Srikanth became just the second Indian man to be ranked world No. 1 in badminton. Here are some of his best numbers.
Robot, dummy and makeshift range: How Indian athletes are working from home
Training centres and gyms may be closed, but Indian athletes, their coaches and management firms are finding ways to improvise from the confines of their homes.
Coping with Corona: Sai Praneeth cherishing family time, home cooking
With no training or tournaments during the lockdown, Sai Praneeth is enjoying the extra time he's getting to spend with his wife.
Saina Nehwal in numbers: From prodigy to second wind via challenging the Chinese
On the fifth anniversary of her rise to World No. 1, a look at Saina Nehwal's incredible career over the past 15 years.
Zoom calls, suryanamaskar challenges: How to train your athletes during a pandemic
Coaches in Indian sport are finding innovative methods to keep their athletes mentally and physically sharp.
Coping with Corona: Chirag Shetty working out at home, waking up to the chirping of birds
The world No. 10 in doubles says that not being able to play despite being injury-free is a big fear.
BWF freezes world rankings, calms players' fears
The standings as of March 17 will now be the basis for entry and player seedings when the international calendar resumes.
'Unprecedented but unavoidable' - Gopi, Bindra welcome Tokyo postponement
Top Indian athletes and coaches react to the postponement of the Tokyo Olympics from 2020 to 2021.
Fourth time's the charm: When Prakash Padukone made history without dropping a game
Prakash Padukone became the first Indian to prevail at the All England Open, 1980. Here are the best numbers from that famous triumph.
Coping with Corona: Video calls to nephew, occasional chocolates for Sindhu
Besides watching a lot of Netflix and eating her vegetables, PV Sindhu has just one message for everyone: Keep washing your hands.
Coping with Corona: Sketching, The Office reruns for Ajay Jayaram
The badminton star has also bought a new exercise bike to stay in shape during shutdown.
Saina, Srikanth in a spot after BWF ends Tokyo qualifying process
Only PV Sindhu, Sai Praneeth and the pair of Chirag Shetty and Satwiksairaj Rankireddy look likely to make the Olympic cut now.
Final badminton qualifying events cancelled
The last five tournaments in the qualification period for the Tokyo Olympics have been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Badminton World Federation (BWF) said on Friday.
Gopichand wants Tokyo Olympics postponed amid coronavirus outbreak
IOC needs to postpone Tokyo 2020 and prioritize health during the 'unprecedented' coronavirus crisis, Gopichand says.
Saina slams All England for compromising safety
Rather than the players welfare and feelings, financial reasons were given more importance, Saina Nehwal tweeted.
Saina at 30: Kashyap celebrates wife's greatest hits, from Manila to Gold Coast
On Saina Nehwal's 30th birthday, Parupalli Kashyap remembers his celebrated wife's most memorable matches.
From Glasgow to Birmingham: Sindhu vs Okuhara rivalry keeps on giving
The Japanese has the last laugh in the latest installment, after sending the Indian packing from All England.
BWF suspends all tournaments until April 12
The Swiss Open, India Open, Orleans Open, Malaysia Open and Singapore Open now all stand cancelled.
All England Open: Sindhu advances to quarterfinals
While PV Sindhu advanced, Lakshya Sen went down fighting to Denmark's Viktor Axelsen.
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