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Leg blisters force Saina Nehwal to skip Glasgow

Saina picked up the blisters during the Australian Open Super Series, a tournament she had won.


Injured Lee Chong Wei out of Commonwealth Games

The Malaysian, 31, has will miss the Glasgow Commonwealth Games due to a thigh injury.


I want to keep myself more fitter and more stronger, says Saina Nehwal

Saina said that win is “very very special” for her as she overcome the pain owing to blisters on her foot.


Saina Nehwal outclasses Carolina Marin, conquers Australia

Saina clinched the Australian Open after beating Spain’s World No. 11 Carolina Marin 21-18, 21-11 on Sunday.


Saina Nehwal outsmarts Shixian Wang to enter Australian Super Series final

Sixth-seeded Saina prevailed 21-19 16-21 21-15 in a marathon match, which lasted an hour and 16 minutes.


Saina Nehwal in semi-finals, P V Sindhu crashes out of Australian Super Series

Saina defeated Hirose 21-18 21-9 to set up a clash against world no. 2 Chinese Shixian Wang in semis.


Saina Nehwal, P V Sindhu cruise into Australian Super Series quarterfinals

Saina and Sindhu cruised into the quarters after posting comfortable wins in their second round matches.


India needs a second women’s doubles pair, says Jwala Gutta

Gutta said that India is in dire need of second formidable doubles pair after her and Ashwini.


Saina Nehwal bows out of Indonesia Open Super Series

The ace shuttler bowed out of the women’s singles event after going down to China’s World No. 1 Li Xuerui.


Saina Nehwal eases into Indonesia Open Super Series quarters

Saina had an easy outing against K.Gilmour, but will face world no.1 Li Xuerui of China in the next match.


Saina Nehwal wins but P V Sindhu, K Srikanth, P Kashyap bow out of Indonesia Open

The three-time champion started her campaign on a winning note, but it was an early exit for her teammates.


New scoring system under discussion: BWF president

The BWF’s proposal to changing the scoring system had come under a lot of criticism from players and coaches.


Japan clinch maiden Thomas Cup title

Japan beat Malaysia 3-2 to clinch maiden Thomas Cup title at the Siri Fort Indoor Stadium in New Delhi.


‘Don’t have freedom foreign coaches have to groom doubles’

Chief national badminton coach Pullela Gopichand reflected on net gains and losses from Uber Cup.


We want to get to the quarterfinals: Jan Jorgensen

The Danish shuttler is confident that his team has enough firepower to win a medal at the Thomas Cup.


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