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Prannoy stuns Lin Dan; Sai Praneeth eases into World Championships pre-quarters 21.8.2019 Badminton: Live Badminton Scores, News, Results, Schedule, Videos - myKhel
Basel, August 21: India's HS Prannoy stunned two-time Olympics gold medallist and five-time world champion Lin Dan in a hard-fought match to enter the pre-quarterfinals of badminton's World Championships. The unseeded Indian beat the highly-decorated Chinese, seeded 11th in
Badminton like marriage? Let us count the ways… 19.8.2019
It was a very happy weekend for former Pan Am Games gold medallist Toby Ng, who got married on Saturday, but in a way, it was the couple who gave […]
LIVE BWF World Championships | Round 1 18.8.2019
India would be starting their World Championships on Monday with renewed determination as the competition would be determining some of the places travelling to the Tokyo Olympics next year. Fans would need to wait to see PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal, both of whom got byes in the first round.
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BWF World Championships | Indian shuttlers start litmus test with easy draws 18.8.2019
In what will be a big test for the Indian shuttlers ahead of the Tokyo Olympics next year, they have been handed easy draws to begin with in the first round of the BWF World Championships. A huge blow for India would be the injuries to Swastiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty, who pulled out.
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Badminton World Championships | Gold will be the target for me, says PV Sindhu 16.8.2019
PV Sindhu is aiming a gold medal as she prepares for a tough outing at the upcoming Badminton World Championships to be played in Switzerland. The world number five has been training under Korean coach Kim Ji Hyun and will start her campaign against America's Beiwen Zhang.
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World Championships: After two silvers, PV Sindhu aims for gold 16.8.2019 Sports News: Cricket News, Latest updates on Tennis, Football, Badminton, WWE Results & more
PV Sindhu's best chance this year to win a title was at the Indonesia Open last month. She defeated the higher-ranked Nozomi Okuhara and Chen Yu Fie in the quarters and semis, respectively, to be just a win away from lifting the trophy in Jakarta. But Japan's Akane Yamaguchi, stood in the way and then took the title home.
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Badminton champ serves 'wheelchair challenge' to mayor in Peru 14.8.2019 Reuters: World News
It's not easy getting around Lima, Peru's traffic-choked capital of 10 million people. But it's even harder in a wheelchair.
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Table tennis will soon do a badminton: Sathiyan Gnanasekaran 6.8.2019 Sports News: Cricket News, Latest updates on Tennis, Football, Badminton, WWE Results & more
At No. 30, the 26-year-old is currently the highest-ranked Indian in the men's singles ITTF world rankings. Earlier in April, he climbed up to world No. 24, becoming the first Indian to break into the top-25.
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One more Korean independent to join the fray? 6.8.2019
Former world #1 Kim Ha Na signalled her intention to return to competitive badminton, as reported in Korea’s Badminton Times, bringing to 9 the number of Korean players competing outside […]
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Carolina Marin Pulls Out Of World Championships Due To Knee Injury 5.8.2019 Latest Badminton News, Badminton Info, Sports News Updates -
Carolina Marin will be missing out on the World Championships to allow her injured knee more time to heal ahead of the 2020 Olympics.
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Carolina Marin pulls out of World Championships 5.8.2019 Sports News: Cricket News, Latest updates on Tennis, Football, Badminton, WWE Results & more
Rio Olympics gold medallist Carolina Marin has withdrawn from the upcoming BWF World Championships after failing to recover completely from a knee injury she suffered during the Indonesia Masters final in January earlier this year.
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Canada poised to turn Pan Am gold into Olympic tickets 3.8.2019 Reuters: Sports News
Canada enjoyed the kind of gold medal afternoon at the Pan Am Games on Friday that the nation might normally expect to see from athletes wielding hockey sticks and slapping pucks, not rackets and shuttlecocks.
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New challenges, perhaps new titles ahead for former World Champions 2.8.2019
2014 World Champions Ko Sung Hyun and Shin Baek Cheol are in the final 8 for the second straight week and experiences like the 2019 Thailand Open are new both […]
THAILAND OPEN R16 – Key upsets from Korea and Malaysia 1.8.2019
Soniia Cheah of Malaysia and Korea’s Chang/Kim were the first to take down top ten opponents on Day 3 the 2019 Thailand Open. By Don Hearn, Badzine Correspondent live in […]
THAILAND OPEN Day 1 – Veteran Kims rule over junior champs in qualifying 30.7.2019
Reigning World Junior Champions Di/Wang and fell to veterans Kim Gi Jung / Kim Sa Rang not long after Sony Dwi Kuncoro schooled Kunlavut Vitidsarn as the 2019 Thailand Open […]
Japan Open SF – Home heroes target three titles 28.7.2019
The women’s single’s title is already assured to stay in Japan, but the home shuttlers may take two extra titles on Sunday. By Miyuki Komiya , Badzine correspondent live in […]
Olympics: How things are shaping up for India 24.7.2019 Sports News: Cricket News, Latest updates on Tennis, Football, Badminton, WWE Results & more
With a year left to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, India's chief medals hopes appear to rest with its consistent shooters, badminton stars and wrestlers led by Bajrang Punia.
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JAPAN OPEN Day 1 – Rio champion’s Olympic rehearsal cut short 23.7.2019
World #17 Kanta Tsuneyama, in the opening match of the 2019 Japan Open, cut short Rio Olympic gold medallist Chen Long’s last appearance here before the Tokyo Olympics. By Miyuki […]
PV Sindhu in need of a purging journey before she becomes legend 22.7.2019
What makes the love for a sport eternal is the exact thing that had made it exceptionally ruthless, to begin with. And it is the same element that has turned mere mortals into demigods throughout the ages.
INDONESIA OPEN Finals – Yamaguchi adds another big one to title collection 21.7.2019
Akane Yamaguchi finally reach her first ever Indonesia Open title in Indonesia. Story: Naomi Indartiningrum, Badzine Correspondent live in Jakarta Photos: Yves Lacroix / Badmintonphoto (live) Akane Yamaguchi of Japan […]
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