Manasi Joshi learnt everything anew, returned a world champ
The world champ in the women's singles SL3 category says sport teaches you that everything is conquerable.
China, HK to miss tournament due to coronavirus
China and Hong Kong have had to withdraw from this week's Badminton Asia Team Championships in Manila due to the coronavirus outbreak, organisers said on Tuesday.
Junior Gopichand taking baby steps to make her own destiny
In the latest edition of the Premier Badminton League (PBL), the other Gopichand is slowly and steadily making a few headlines of her own -- 16-year-old Gayatri.
All coming together for Praneeth in Olympic year
Improved fitness and big-match temperament mark Sai Praneeth out as a dark horse at the Olympics.
Lots to learn when playing alongside a great like Setiawan: Chirag
Chirag Shetty on pairing up alongside Indonesian great Hendra Setiawan during the Premier Badminton League.
Wishlist for the new decade: 10 Olympic golds, two cricket World Cups & more
What would constitute a successful 10 years for Indian sport? We ask some famous names what they'd like to see happen most.
Momota injured in crash in Malaysia, driver killed
Badminton world number one Kento Momota was injured in a vehicle collision in Malaysia on Monday.
Gopichand blames Padukone for encouraging Saina to leave Hyderabad
Saina's decision to join Padukone's facility in Bengaluru in 2014 wasn't beneficial for the player, Gopichand reveals in new book.
The fault in his stars: Srikanth battles time and fate in Tokyo race
No major title in over two years and still some way off from the Olympic qualifying cut-off, Srikanth is focusing on building on his attacking play and playing to his potential.
Tokyo pressure sets in for Saina, Srikanth and co. at Malaysia Masters
With the cut-off date for Olympic qualification set for April 26, India's badminton stars would be hoping to hit the ground running over the next week.
Big game for the big stage - why Sindhu's the best of the decade
Sindhu's easily the best Indian sportsperson of the last ten years. She has, after all, ticked nearly every box there is in her sport.
Athletes of the decade: Sizzling Sindhu, Magnificent Mary and more
The 2010s were arguably the most successful in Indian sport. Who were the five athletes that stood out?
Hypoandrogenism, Lodha, Produnova: The A-Z of Indian sport
Know your alphabet? Think again, as ESPN takes you through the last 10 years in Indian sport.
Sindhu conquering the world, Dipa's leap of faith headline our moments of the decade
ESPN brings you the most magical moments in Indian sports over the last decade, in the words of the athletes who created them.
Gopichand Coach of the Decade for India's badminton renaissance
That India have won two Olympic medals and nine Worlds medals in badminton over the past decade is mostly thanks to Pullela Gopichand.
A decade of reinvention and revolution
Sharda Ugra looks back at the odyssey of Indian sport through the decade, which has been in sync with PV Sindhu's progression.
Sindhu ends 2019 on fumes as taxing season takes toll
She finished the year with an overall win-loss record of 30-17, following her early exit at the World Tour Finals.
Sindhu's World Tour Finals over after second defeat
PV Sindhu lost her second match at the World Tour Finals, ending her chances of advancing to the last four.
PV Sindhu loses World Tour Finals opener
Defending champion PV Sindhu lost to Japan's Akane Yamaguchi 21-18, 18-21, 8-21 in her opening match.
PV Sindhu's chance to cap 2019 with World Tour Finals crown
She will be looking to put her recent slump behind at the year-ending Finals in China starting December 11.
Syed Modi: Sourabh Verma loses in final
Sourabh Verma's impressive run came to an end after he lost in straight games to Chinese Taipei's Wang Tzu Wei.
Sourabh Verma makes Syed Modi International final
Sourabh Verma entered the men's singles final after a hard-fought three-game win over Korea's Heo Kwang Hee in the semifinals.
Sindhu's slump due to scheduling: Gopichand
Gopichand attributed Sindhu's recent loss of form due to a hectic schedule with tournaments spread over various continents.
Satwiksairaj-Chirag lose to world no.1 pair in China Open semifinal
Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty lost a hard-fought China Open final to world no. 1 Indonesian pair of Marcus Gideon and Kevin Sukamuljo.
Slower rallies, fewer mistakes: How Satwik-Chirag can stop the world's best team
Satwiksairaj and Chirag hope longer rallies and an error-free game will give them a chance against the World No. 1 team in the China Open semis.
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