Momota wins Olympics debut in badminton
Having overcome a litany of off-court problems, badminton world No. 1 Kento Momota finally made his Olympics debut at the Tokyo Games.
Badminton: Sindhu starts Tokyo Olympics with easy win
PV Sindhu comfortably defeated Israel's Ksenia Polikarpova in her first group stage match in Tokyo.
Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Chirag-Satwik stun World No 3, Praneeth loses opener
Chirag-Satwik beat Chinese Taipei's Yang Lee and Chi-Lin Wang 21-16 16-21 27-25 in their Group A match.
India's record 120, 18; Mary Kom's remarkable 8 - the best numbers from the Tokyo 2020 Olympic squad
From Mary Kom and PV Sindhu creating a historic first to Bajrang Punia's unmatched 3, here are the best numbers from the Indian squad.
Indian storylines to watch at the Tokyo Olympics: Sindhu's chance to be GOAT, Vinesh and Mirabai's quest for redemption
Which Indian storylines are likely to be the most captivating at the Tokyo Olympics? Here are Anirudh Menon's picks.
Talking Tokyo: PV Sindhu profile
Could Sindhu strike gold in Tokyo after her heroics in 2016?
Sindhu could face Tai in Tokyo semis
Sindhu trails Tai Tzu Ying 5-13 in head-to-head, and lost in three games in their previous encounter.
Gopichand won't travel with team to Tokyo
With only a five-member support staff cleared to travel, Gopichand opted out to accommodate Sai Praneeth's coach
A winner's diet: Sindhu's post-match snack bars and biryani as a treat
The world champion on her love for junk food and why she would be wary of introducing biriyani to her foreign peers.
For Sindhu, Tokyo is a chance to be the GOAT
With an improved game and one less rival in the fray, Sindhu can win her second Olympic medal to cement her legacy.
Sindhu: 'It isn't that if Marin is out, then there is no competition'
While Sindhu refused to mark herself as favourite, she did say that there will be more expectations from her than there were in Rio.
Marin almost certainly out of Tokyo with torn ACL
The ACL injury and subsequent surgery all but rules out Carolina Marin from the Tokyo Olympics.
Tokyo favourite Marin suffers ACL injury
The ACL injury puts a cloud over the Spaniard's participation in the 2021 Games starting in July.
Gopichand: Second-best foreign coaches will make us second best
Gopichand says badminton's basic coaching structure in the country should be led by Indians.
Sindhu gearing up for Olympics by creating match situations in training
Sindhu doesn't train with the rest of the Olympic-bound team and has been training at the Gachibowli indoor stadium in Telangana
Saina, Srikanth's Olympic qualification chances virtually over with Singapore cancellation
The Singapore Open was the last tournament offering Race To Tokyo ranking points inside the Olympic qualifying window.
Saina, Srikanth dealt a blow as Malaysia Open is postponed
Saina and Srikanth's Tokyo hopes are all but over as they're unlikely to be able to compete at the last qualifying event in Singapore either.
Saina, Srikanth's Tokyo hopes hang in balance due to travel restrictions ahead of Malaysian Open
The Malaysian Open (May 25-30) is almost the last chance for Saina and Srikanth to qualify for Tokyo.
'Unfair, upsetting': Saina, Srikanth's Tokyo hopes dwindle with India Open postponement
The India Open in New Delhi was to be one among the final three Olympic qualification tournaments.
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.
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.
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The sport and media landscape has changed so much that we may never have definitive voices like his ever again