Tokyo Paralympics: Krishna Nagar wins second badminton gold for India
Suhas Yathiraj also won silver in the men's singles SL4 category at the Tokyo Paralympics.
Tokyo Paralympics: Pramod Bhagat wins historic badminton gold
Meanwhile, Manoj Sarkar won bronze in the same event after defeating Japan's Daisuke Fujihara 22-20, 21-13.
Yathiraj, Nagar to fight for gold; Dhillon in bronze match
Three medals for India in badminton are certain, while three more bronze medals are possible.
Sindhu's real legacy: Break the shackles, take control, become a champion in your own right
It's rare for Indian women athletes to assert themselves, even if subtly, as Sindhu has done in her play and more so off the court.
Anthony Sinisuka Ginting claims badminton bronze for Indonesia
Anthony Sinisuka Ginting's bronze at Tokyo 2020 is Indonesia's first medal in the badminton men's singles since Athens 2004.
'You are a star in India now': Sindhu and coach Park toast Tokyo medal with joyful banter
"We have an understanding and even if it's just through eye contact I know what he wants me to play."
'Sindhu's sincere encouragement made me cry' - Tai Tzu Ying
Tokyo silver medallist Tai said she was touched by the words from Sindhu, who lost a gold medal match in Rio herself.
Better defence, front-court play: Sindhu's skills upgrade yields second Olympic medal
One might have expected her head to drop after losing in the semis, but this version of PV Sindhu is more driven, more direct, and most keen to make a point.
Reax: 'Phenomenal' PV Sindhu on her way to become 'India's greatest Olympian'
Congratulatory messages poured in for Sindhu from everywhere in the country after she picked up a historic bronze in Tokyo.
PV Sindhu becomes first Indian woman to win two Olympic medals after winning bronze
Sindhu had previously won a silver at the 2016 Olympics in Rio and is only the second Indian to win two individual medals at the Olympics.
Ginting's gold bid ends as Chen marches into badminton final
Anthony Sinisuka Ginting's quest to win Olympics gold for Indonesia in the badminton men's singles has come to an end at the hands of defending champion Chen Long.
Tai Tzu Ying's sorcery leaves PV Sindhu with no answers
Be it a deceptive flick of the wrist or a full body smash, Tai's array of tricks had everyone, including her Indian opponent, spellbound.
Malaysia pip Indonesia to bronze for first medal in Tokyo
Malaysia have claimed their first medal at Tokyo 2020 by winning the badminton men's doubles bronze medal match at the expense of rivals Indonesia.
PV Sindhu loses to world no. 1 Tai Tzu Ying in semis; faces He Bingjiao for bronze
Sindhu will face China's He Bingjiao in the bronze medal match on Sunday.
Ginting downs Antonsen to reach Olympic men's singles semi-finals
Indonesia's Anthony Sinisuka Ginting is through to the badminton men's singles semi-finals at the Tokyo Games and is one win away from securing a medal.
Indonesia reach historic women's doubles final
Greysia Polii and Apriyani Rahayu have guaranteed Indonesia a first-ever Olympic medal in the badminton women's doubles after reaching the final.
Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Can Sindhu crack the Tai Tzu puzzle in semis?
Although Sindhu has lost against Tai in their last three meetings, the Indian's big-game temperament gives her a slight edge.
PV Sindhu defeats home favourite Akane Yamaguchi to reach semis
Sindhu became the first Indian badminton player to reach the semis at two Olympics.
Big-match PV Sindhu holds slight edge against dogged Yamaguchi in quarters clash
The Indian holds a 11-7 head-to-head record against her opponent, but Yamaguchi has won three of their last four matches.
Malaysia knocks out Indonesia's beloved 'Minions' in badminton doubles
Top-ranked Indonesian men's doubles pair Marcus Fernaldi Gideon and Kevin Sanjaya have been eliminated from the Olympics by Aaron Chia and Soh Wooi Yik of Malaysia.
Badminton: Sindhu beats Blichfeldt, sets QF clash with Yamaguchi
World No. 7 Sindhu beat No. 12 Mia Blichfeldt 21-15, 21-13 to make the last eight in Tokyo.
World No. 1 Momota falls to shock exit at Olympics
World No. 1 Kento Momota has suffered a shock group-stage exit in the badminton men's singles at the Tokyo Olympics.
'True legend', 'Godfather of Indian badminton': Badminton fraternity salutes Nandu Natekar
Pullela Gopichand called Natekar a "true legend" of the game, while Vimal Kumar credited him for his initiation into the sport.
Indian badminton great Nandu Natekar dies aged 88
Natekar made it to the quarterfinals of the prestigious All England Championships in 1954 and became the first Indian player to win an international event when he claimed the Sellanger International in Malaysia in 1956.
Badminton: PV Sindhu to face Blichfeldt in last 16; Praneeth out in group stage
PV Sindhu beat Cheung Ngan Yi of Hong Kong to advance to the pre-quarterfinals at the Tokyo Olympics.
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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.
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