Singapore Open 2019: Star Studded Singapore Open will feature world no.1 players in all five events.

Singapore: Singapore Open being played at the Singapore Indoor Stadium from 9-14 April will feature world no.1 players in all the five events. Lin Dan, Chen Long and other big names are also featuring to make the field star-studded. Kento Momota, the reigning men’s singles world no.1 player with more than 1 lakh ranking points is ready to take on Sai Praneeth of India. Momota may face other two indians HS Prannoy and Kidambi Srikanth in the following rounds. Tai Tzu Ying will begin her campaign against Zhang Beiwen of…

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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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Badminton Indian Open 2019: Srikanth, Sindhu, Sai Praneeth and Prannoy marches into the Quarters of Indian open.

It was a good day for Indian singles shuttlers at the 3rd day of Indian Open. Four shuttlers advanced into the Quarterfinals which include the likes of Srikanth Kidambi, Kashyap Parupalli, Sai Praneeth and HS Prannoy. Whereas PV Sindhu scores an easy win to reach the quarterfinals. The first men’s singles match was between Sameer Verma and Sai Praneeth in which Sameer clinched the first game by 18-21 but Sai came back stronger in the next two and clinched the match by 18-21,21-16,21-15 in just one hour and eleven minutes.…

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Badminton India open: Srikanth Kidambi snatches victory from the jaws of death against Wong Wing Ki at first round of Indian Open.

India’s Star shutter Kidambi Srikanth had to fight too hard at the very first round of Indian open to escape early exit. After 8 successful years of the tournament at Siri Fort stadium, the tournament this time is at the Indira Gandhi international stadium New Delhi. Kidambi faced Hong Kong shuttler Wong Vincent in the very first round. The former had a 9-3 advantage in his favor. He was likely the favorite to win this one. But, it was never his match until the very last of the third game.…

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Badminton: China emerges champion at the Tong Yun Kai Cup after defeating Japan 3-2.

The Badminton Asia Team Championships concluded this Sunday with a nail biting encounter between the defending Champions Japan and China. Japan was seeded no.1 and China was seeded second in the tournament. The summit clash started with mixed doubles between Higashino/Watanabe of Japan and He Jiting/Du Yue of China. The Japanese were the favorites for the match, but the Chinese came on top to win the match and first point for China 21-17,21-17. Then the second match was men’s singles between Kanta Tsuneyama of Japan and Lu Guangzhou of China.…

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Badminton Asia Team Championship: Flop show by Indian Badminton team at badminton Asia Team championship.

India’s team for the Asian Mixed Team Championships, which is being held in Hong Kong this week is among the weakest teams in the tournament and is more like a C team. India sent a depleted sqad in the tournament with the absence of Saina, Sindhu and Srikanth. HS Prannoy is the only player from the National Team which was selected in the squad. While MS and MD were at B level, the XD, WD, WS were at C level with several junior and inexperienced players in the team. Though…

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Badminton Swiss open 2019: Shi Yu Qi claimed the title at Swiss open 2019.

The world no. 2 and former All England champion Shi Yuqi was in red hot form to contest the Swiss Open final. With CHEN long losing in the semifinals to Sai Praneeth, all hopes were on Shi to claim the title for China. It was his second final here at the Swiss Open. Shi Yuqi’s ambition to defend his All England title shattered in the semifinal against Victor Axelsen, then the Chinese continued his quest for the first title of the season in this year to Swiss Open. It was…

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Badminton Swiss open 2019: Sai Praneeth stuns Chen Long in semifinals of Swiss open.

Sai Praneeth denied an All Chinese finals in the men’s singles category to create big shock at the Swiss open, tackling the 2016 Olympic Champion Chen Long. Chen Long controlled the early stages of the match very well with his signature steady play and solid defense and enter the mid game interval with a scoreline of 11-7. But after the mid game break of opening game, the Indian offers different pattern to counter attack Chen Long as the Chinese started to make uncharacteristic errors. Sai scored four continuous points and…

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