Sindhu says she has lot more to learn to dominate world badminton

With silver medals at all the major events, including the Olympics, World Championship, Asian Games and Commonwealth Games, Sindhu has been a formidable force in the world in the last three years. But the world No. 1 tag has eluded her with Chinese Taipei’s Tai Tzu Ying stamping her authority at the top with 14 title triumphs since 2016. Continue Reading

Saina, Sindhu rivalry renews at Senior National Badminton Championships

In women’s singles, besides Sindhu and Saina, Shriyanshi Pardeshi, Ashmita Chaliha, Kanika Kanwal, Aruna Prabhudesai, Sai Uttejitha Rao Ch and Aakarshi Kashyap will get direct entries into the pre-quarters. Continue Reading

Sindhu, first Indian to win World Tour Finals, gets BAI cash reward

Chief national badminton coach Pullela Gopichand has set his eyes on ending the 18-year-old wait for an Indian to become an All England champion next year after P V Sindhu clinched the season-ending World Tour Finals title here yesterday. Continue Reading