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Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu bow out of Denmark Open

In men’s quarters, Srikanth lost 21-23, 17-21 to Wan Ho Son of Korea to end his run in the tournament.

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Four Indian shuttlerrs including Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu advance to Denmark Open quarters

World No. 10 Sindhu opened up a 4-0 lead in the 1st game & continued to widen the gap, eventually winning it 20-17.

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PV Sindhu, Parupalli Kashyap, Saina Nehwal start with wins in Denmark Open

But the duo of J Gutta and A Ponnappa lost in straight games to the Netherlands’ E Muskens and Selena Piek.

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One for the ages

34-year-old Lee Hyun-Il beats Gao Huan, 24, in decider to help Korea stun mighty China.

Ghosal makes final, history

Saurav Ghosal outplayed the Malaysian 11-9 11-4 11-5.

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Asian Games 2014: India settle for bronze in women’s team badminton

This was India’s first medal in badminton since the team bronze won by the men in Seoul, 1986.

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Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu off to winning start, Parupalli Kashyap loses opening tie

Sindhu, who won a bronze medal in the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, took just 24 minutes to beat Teng Iok.

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Shuttler HS Prannoy beats Firman Kholik to win maiden title in Indonesia

Prannoy won a silver medal in Boys’ singles at 2010 Summer Youth Olympics.

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After Commonwealth Games, Parupalli Kashyap sets sight at Incheon

After gold at Glasgow, Kashyap had a disappointing outing at World Championship as he crashed out in the first round.

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India’s HS Prannoy clinches Indonesian Masters Grand Prix Gold

The 22-year-old Prannoy beat Indonesian Firman Kholik 21-11 22-20 in the final to clinch the title.

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Glasgow-Incheon, miles apart

The presence of China, Japan and South Korea will dwarf the Indian contingent at the Asian Games.

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Saina Nehwal wants her new coach Vimal Kumar to travel for Asian Games

Battling with poor form, Saina had decided to train under former chief coach Vimal Kumar.

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Jwala Gutta pulls out of Asian Games due to knee injury

Jwala has been a vital cog for India’s performance in team championship and her withdrawal is a big blow.

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Asian Games priority now: Pullela Gopichand

Gopichand said his priority right now is preparing the shuttlers for the Asiad to be held in South Korea.

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No comments: Pullela Gopichand on Saina Nehwal split

Gopichand on Tuesday remained tightlipped about his split with Nehwal, saying he doesn’t want to talk about it.

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