Posts Tagged ‘Sai Praneeth’

World Badminton Championship: Indian Men’s Singles Record in All Editions

Men’s Singles is the only event in which India has participated in all tthe 23 editions of World Badminton Championships starting from 1977 till 2017 Glasgow Championship. The baton has passed from Prakash Padukone, Syed Modi, Vimal Kumar, Gopichand, Chetan Anand to current Indian leading players. But, only Prakash Padukone has earned the chance to […]

Singapore Open 2017: After a Day of Long Battles, 4 QF spots for Indians

After a promising Day 1 contingent reduced to just 5 in Round 2, Indians played 5 matches in the 2nd Round today and all went to the decider sets lasting almost an hour or more. Ashwini Ponnappa won with Sumeeth Reddy but with Sikki Reddy lost against the top seed Japanese pair after a tough […]

Vietnam International: India Still Awaits a Finalist at Hanoi

A team of 12 Indians are participating at Vietnam International 2017 in an effort to improve the record of only 3 semifinals for Indians in the event that started in 2000. Three semifinals are the best performances for Indians. Two in Men’s Singles – one each by Sai Praneeth (2012) and Chetan Anand (2008), and […]

Syed Modi International 2017: 18 out of 138 Indians reach Quarters, None of 17 in Men’s Doubles

18 out of 138 Indians (singles/doubles team) represented in Syed Modi International Challenge 2017. The quarterfinalists including defending champion SriKanth Kidambi. Since 2009, this is the 8th edition of the tournament. While the inaugural edtion of 2009 saw Chetan Anand, Saina Nehwal and Mixed Doubles pair of Aparna Balan/Arun Vishnu winning the title, since then […]

Hyderabad Hunters: Hunted in Semifinals

Hyderabad Hunters started with a bang as Carolina Marin defeated the Indian World stars Sindhu and then Sania. But after that it is a tale of losses as Men’s Singles player have lost more than what they have won and others are also lacking consistency. They have the most expensive player of the PBL 2017 […]

Indian Badminton Record: From Bahree to Sindhu India has 18 Super Series Winner

Sai Praneeth became the newest Super Series winner from India. At Korea Open 2017, PV Sindhu won her 3rd Super Series after 2nd one at India Open 2017. Sai Praneeth is another Indian Super series winner in 2017. Sindhu became the third woman after Saina Nehwal and Jwala Gutta to win a Super Series title. […]

2016 Indonesian Open: 3 Singles Player fail, Doubles Team Enters Main Draw & Join 11 Other Indians

With winning performances in Brazil Open from Indians, the qualification round of Indonesian Open 2016 saw Men’s Doubles team entering the Main draw, while three players failing to clear the last hurdle in entering the Main Draw that starts on Wednesday. Nandagopal/Sanyam Shukla will be the only Indians in Doubles as they join 11 others […]

Swiss Open 2016: HS Prannoy Wins Men’s Singles Title

HS Prannoy won the Men’s Singles title at Swiss Open today. Last Year Srikanth Kidambi has won the title. This year he was the only finalist from India as the top seed Saina Nehwal lost the semifinal yesterday and others could not proceed beyond quarterfinals. 11th seed Jayaram was the only Indian to lose in […]

Indian Tale at All England Open 2016: Saina, Again The Lone Survivor

With Olympics just few months away, it is not great news for India that out of all promising Men’s and Women’s player, its Saina Nehwal only again to reach the quarterfinals of a major tournament. None of them have showed consistent performance despite winning few international titles. All England Open 2016 is no different where […]

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