Saina wins maiden India Open title to go with her ascension to the No. 1 spot.
Nehwal became the first-ever Indian badminton player to clinch the world number 1 rank.
Saina thrashed Ratchanok 21-16 21-14 in a battle that kept the crowd hooked from the first point to the last.
Saina Nehwal became first Indian women’s player to be World No.1 in badminton.
Saina celebrated her feat with an easy win over Japan’s Hashimoto to reach her maiden India Open final.
Saina thrashed Hashimoto 21-15, 21-11 in women’s semis while Srikanth defeated Xue Song 21-16 21-13 in men’s semis.
Marin, the World & All-England champion, took up the sport because of a quirk of fate,
India’s ace shuttler said he wants to imrpove his ranking and becoming numero uno is his dream.
Srikanth overcomes Axelsen to clinch Swiss Open title; confirms credentials as next best thing.
Srikanth went past his Danish opponent, ranked sixth in the world, 21-15 12-21 21-14 in the thrilling summit clash.
Nehwal’s quest for becoming the first Indian woman to win the All England badminton championship ended in agony.
Sachin Tendulkar wished Saina Nehwal the best of luck through his twitter account.
Easily the most belligerent of contemporary shuttlers, Marin is not afraid of using every trick in the book.
The World No. 3 defeated the unseeded Sun 21-13 21-13 in a match that lasted for 50 minutes.
Gutta and Ponappa suffered straight-game defeat at the hands of top seeded Chinese duo of Tian Qing and Zhao Yunlei.