Badminton Indian Open: Five different flags win One title each in Indian Open .

Badminton in diversity Healthy sign for badminton that five different nations CHINA ,INDONESIA ,THAILAND ,DENMARK ,TAIPAE won one title each at Indian open, New Delhi. It’s very rare that all the five titles are won by five different nationalities. Earlier the most number of final representation were mainly from China and Indonesia , but now Badminton had become a diverse sport with winners from different nations. Now no single category is dominated by a single nation. Mixed doubles goes to top seed China Top-seeds Wang Yilyu/Huang Dongping from China top…

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Marin undergoes knee surgery

Raining Champion and Spain’s legend women player Carolina Marin got herself injured during the game. After rupturing her knee ligament during the summit clash of Indonesia Masters against India’s Saina Nehwal she was forced to withdraw from the tournament which was seriously heart-breaking to any fan. Being present in the crowd our team members noticed that how she was struggling and was, again and again, trying to re-enter the match. With her intensity during the game where she was clearly seen dominating over Saina but this time her luck failed due…

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Kento Momota, Tai Tzu Ying and other top shuttlers to start the season at Malaysia Masters 2019

The world no. 1 and reigning world champion men’s singles player Kento Momota and World no. 1 Women’s Singles player Tai Tzu Ying will begin the season with a renewed verve in the city of Kuala Lumpur at the Malaysia Masters World Tour super 500 tournaments with the qualifiers starting from January 15, Tuesday. Kento Momota the reigning world champion who reached 10 tournament finals last year and won 7 of them including the World Championship 2018. Now he is ready to begin the year with another title shot at…

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Thailand Masters final: Singapore’s Loh Kean Yew stuns Chinese Lin Dan

Ranked 125th in the world, the 21-year-old shuttler Loh from Singapore stunned highly experienced Lin Dan in the final round. In just two straight sets 21-19, 21-18 Loh showed all his nerves to beat Dan and clinched the title along with US$11,250. “It’s an honor to be able to play with Lin Dan, to stand on the same stage as him. It’s been my dream since young,” Loh said. “He is very experienced and it wasn’t easy to play with him. I think I used my age as an advantage…

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Lee Chong Wei’s return for Olympics

Finally Lee Chong Wei back on court It has been officially confirmed that Lee Chong Wei has started his training again at full swing. Last year LCW fan suffered a shock when LCW was diagnosed with stage1 nose cancer. Throughout the year, 2018 LCW fan only prayed for the well being of the champion. LCW last played competitively at the Indonesian open in July where he made it to the semi-finals before losing to reigning world champion Kento Momota. It was a week after the tournament that LCW had flown…

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