India cricket team may not yet have delivered fully on the promise it has shown in Tests, but the same factors working against it in the longer version could prove to be its advantages in the 50-over big event. In track and field, Neeraj Chopra is the talent to look out for.
PV Sindhu created history as she became first Indian badminton player to win Korea Open Super Series title. Sindhu avenged her loss from World Championships as she beat Japan's Nozomi Okuhara 22-20 11-21 21-18 to claim her third Super Series title.
World Badminton Championships medallists Sania Nehwal, PV Sindhu were felicitated by Union Sports Minister Vijay Goel in New Delhi on Thursday. Vijay Goel had also invited P Gopichand and Vimar Kumar for the ceremony that took place in New Delhi.
India's in-form shuttler, PV Sindhu reached her first ever final of the World Badminton Championships on Saturday, after defeating China's Chen Yufie in straight games and will now face Japan's Nozomi Okuhara on Sunday in Glasgow.