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Saina, Sindhu get tricky draw at India Open

Former champions P V Sindhu and Saina Nehwal have been handed tricky draws at the upcoming Yonex India Open which remains under the scanner...

‘BAI gearing up to host India Open; but threat is increasing’

Badminton Association of India is continuing with its preparations to host the India Open BWF Super 500 Series in New Delhi from March 24...

India Open Series: Government seeks Chinese shuttlers’ health update

The Government of India has sent a questionnaire to the Badminton Association of India (BAI), seeking clarity on health status of the Chinese shuttlers,...

BAI restructures domestic tournaments with ₹ 2 cr prize purse

In a major revamp, the Badminton Association of India (BAI) on Monday announced the introduction of a multi-level domestic tournament structure, which will have...

BAI withdraws women team Badminton Asia C’ship for Coronavirus threat

Badminton Association of India on Friday withdrew its women badminton team from the upcoming Badminton Asia Championships in the wake of fast-spreading coronavirus but...

Setback to Sindhu as coach Kim quits for personal reasons

The lady behind PV Sindhu’s BWF World Championship gold haul will not be with the ace Indian in her quest for the gold medal...

Rising shuttler Malvika bags 5-year deal: Report

India’s upcoming shuttler Malvika Bansod has inked a five-year sponsorship deal with Vishwaraj Infrastructure Limited. The announcement comes close on the heels of her...

Sindhu eyes China Open after World Championships high

World champion P V Sindhu will look to reassert her supremacy when she spearheads the Indian campaign at the $1,000,000 China Open World Tour...

BAI announces cash rewards for Sindhu, Sai Praneeth

Badminton Association of India on Sunday announced a cash reward of Rs 20 lakh and Rs 5 lakh for PV Sindhu and Sai Praneeth...

India’s doubles badminton coach Tan Kim Her resigns

Malaysia's Tan Kim Her has stepped down from his post as India's doubles badminton coach, citing personal reasons. The 47-year-old put down his papers one-and-a-half...