PV Sindhu was off to a fantastic start on Saturday as she pocketed the opening game in a mere 14 minutes.
Indian shuttlers had a field day in the office and secured their places in the quarterfinals of the Macau Open.
P V Sindhu, seeded fifth, defeated Kim Hyo Min of Korea 21-13 22-20 in a women’s singles match at Macau Open.
K Srikanth was out of form at the China Open last week and Hong Kong Open this week, while P Kashyap was out of action.
P V Sindhu, K Srikanth and Ajay Jayaram crashed out of the $350,000 Super Series event in the opening round.
Plagued by errors, Saina Nehwal loses Super Series final to home favourite Xuerui 21-12 21-15 in just 39 minutes.
Saina Nehwal didn’t break a sweat and notched up a comfortable 21-16 21-13 to enter the semi-final of China Open.
Saina Nehwal notched up a 21-10 19-21 21-19 win against the World No. 34 Malaysian.
After a recent visit to Denmark Shivani Naik traces the memorable outing of Prakash Padukone who left a lasting impact.
Saina Nehwal, world number two, lost 9-21 15-21 to Ratchanok Intanon, ranked 7th, in women’s singles quarters.
Saina Nehwal dished out a superb game to see off the World Championship bronze medallist Minatsu Mitani 21-19 21-16.
In another game, HS Pronnoy went down to Hong Kong’s NG Ka Long Angus 21-15, 21-10 in 31 minutes.
Arjuna awardee and veteran badminton player Partho Ganguli was the chief guest at The 24th Smt Krishna Khaitan Memorial All India Junior Ranking Badminton Tournament that concluded on Sunday.
More than 1,250 players from across the country participated in the tournament which started on October 12.
P V Sindhu loses in straight games to China’s Li Xuerui in final of the Denmark Open.