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While most girls her age would have just left their Barbies behind, Sindhu has excelled herself as a senior with her maiden Grand Prix badminton title in Malaysia last Saturday. Pullela Gopichand, the coach under whom Sindhu has trained right from
Touted as India`s next badminton sensation after Saina Nehwal, young P V Sindhu feels the Chinese shuttlers, who have been dominating the international arena for quite some time now, are not unbeatable. "The Chinese players are really very good.
Sindhu, ranked 13th in the world, lived up to her top billing in the tournament...Subrahmanyam Having clinched her maiden Grand Prix Gold title in Malaysia, India's rising shuttler P.V. Sindhu expressed her gratitude to the national coach Pullela
Seeing his protege Saina Nehwal depart early from India Open, national badminton coach Pullela Gopichand was expectedly sad but that feeling was more or less neutralised when he witnessed the gritty performances of young players such as PV Sindhu. "
India`s campaign in the men`s singles event of the India Open Super Series badminton tournament ended on Saturday after Anand Pawar lost his semifinal match against Kenichi Tago of Japan in straight games here.
England`s chief coach Jokob Hoi has hailed Pullela Gopichand for changing the Indian badminton scene and is all praise for the country`s Olympic bronze medallist Saina Nehwal. Hoi said Indian badminton owes its success to Gopichand, an All-England
Badminton Association of India (BAI) president Akhilesh Das Gupta on Monday refuted allegations that it was using public money, allocated for training national shuttlers, to train players at Lucknow`s Babu Banarasi Das Badminton Academy, which is
London Olympics bronze medallist Saina Nehwal will no doubt be the cynosure of all eyes but the India Open Super Series starting here on Tuesday, will hold more significance for the country's other shuttlers, who would look to prove their mettle at
Olympic medallist Saina Nehwal is upbeat about her prospects in the India Open Super Series but added that the tournament draw is tough and winning won`t be easy. A total of 220 players from 18 nations will be aiming to win the $200,000 tier-two
Not just the top shuttlers like Saina Nehwal and P Kashyap, but others at the juniors and sub-junior levels are also doing well in the international circuit, which says a lot about the future of the game in India, chief national coach Pullela