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P V Sindhu, H S Prannoy eye good show at Australia Open

With the Australia Open World Tour knocking on the door, World No. 5 P. V. Sindhu has her eyes set at the prize along with her national compatriots, H. S. Prannoy, Sameer Verma and Parupalli Kashyap.

Asia Badminton Championships: Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu, Sameer Verma blown away

At the Asia Championships, Sameer Verma lost to Shi Yuqi; Saina Nehwal to Akane Yamaguchi and PV Sindhu by Cai Yanyan. This ended India's campaign in Wuhan.

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Asia Badminton Championship: PV Sindhu, Sameer Verma seal quarterfinal spot

PV Sindhu and Sameer Verma continued their impressive run, progressing to the women's and men's singles quarterfinals respectively of the Asia Badminton Championship in Wuhan on Thursday.

Singapore Open: PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal and Sameer Verma seal quarterfinal spots

Sixth seed Saina Nehwal had to work hard in her bid to avenge a Malaysia Open first-round loss to Pornpawee Chochuwong before pulling off a thrilling 21-16 18-21 21-19 win over the Thai shuttler in the second round.

All England Badminton Championships: India’s bunch of renaissance men

Away from the focus on PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal, a quartet of male players, led by Kidambi Srikanth, will be hoping for a breakthrough All-England Open.

I want to test my game against Kento Momota, says Sameer Verma

Sameer Verma believes a positive mindset and improved strategies will hold him in good stead at the All England Championship starting March 10.

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Mumbai Rockets qualify for semifinals as Sameer Verma remains unbeaten

Mumbai dominated the tie right from the start by winning the first two matches through Anders Antonsen and their mixed doubles pair of Pia Bernadeth and Kim Gi Jung.

Sameer Verma recalls the semifinal finish at the BWF World Tour Finals

Sameer Verma was always going to be an unlikely participant in a tournament that has boasted badminton's elite. An injury-ravaged 2017 saw him fall to as low as 46th in the rankings by February 2018.

BAI announces Rs 10 lakh cash reward for PV Sindhu for winning BWF World Tour finals title; Sameer Verma to get Rs 3 lakh

BAI announced a cash reward of Rs 10 lakh for P V Sindhu, who became the first Indian to win the season-ending World Tour Finals in Guangzhou, China on Sunday.

World Tour Finals: Sameer Verma's super streak continues at year-end finals

Sameer Verma has taken the lead, but he will need to pounce on this opportunity he’s earned himself, starting with the Saturday clash against Chinese Shi Yuqi.

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