BWF World Tour Finals 2022: H.S. Prannoy carries India’s hope in season finale

H.S. Prannoy is the lone Indian shuttler in the BWF World Tour Finals 2022 after decorated women’s singles specialist P.V. Sindhu pulled out of the event as she continues her … Read More

Sukant Kadam wins gold in Peru para badminton tournament

Indian shuttlers, led by Para World Championships bronze medallist Sukant Kadam, shone at the Peru Para-Badminton International in Lima by clinching six gold medals. India won 14 medals in total … Read More

FIR against Lakshya Sen, coach Vimal Kumar and family for age fraud

India’s number one shuttler Lakshya Sen, his family and former national coach Vimal Kumar were charged with age fraud and cheating in an FIR filed in Bengaluru. The FIR, filed … Read More

Badminton Asia Junior Championships: Unnati Hooda enters quarterfinals

Top seed Unnati Hooda entered the quarterfinals of the women’s singles U-17 category of the Badminton Asia U-17 and U-15 Junior Championships in Thailand on Thursday. Odisha Open champion Unnati … Read More

Unnati, Dhruv, Anmol advance to pre-quarters at Badminton Asia Junior Championships

Indian shuttlers Dhruv Negi, Unnati Hooda and Anmol Kharb marched into the U-17 singles pre-quarterfinals of the Badminton Asia U-17 & U-15 Junior Championships 2022 after registering contrasting victories in … Read More

Unnati Hooda, six other Indians win at Badminton Asia Junior Championships 2022

Top seed Unnati Hooda started her campaign in dominating fashion as seven Indians won their matches at the Badminton Asia U-17 & U-15 Junior Championships 2022, in Nonthaburi, Thailand on Tuesday.   In the … Read More

BWF rankings: Lakshya Sen regains career-best sixth spot, Gayatri-Treesa breaks into top 20

Indian star shuttler Lakshya Sen jumped two spots to regain his career-best sixth position in the latest BWF World Rankings on Tuesday. The 21-year-old from Almora, who had a stellar … Read More

Asia Junior Championships 2022: Unnati Hooda to spearhead India’s challenge

Rising shuttler Unnati Hooda will lead the 36-member Indian contingent that left for Nonthaburi, Thailand to compete in the Badminton Asia U-17 & U-15 Junior Championships 2022, scheduled from November … Read More

H.S. Prannoy nominated for BWF’s Most Improved Player of the Year award

H.S. Prannoy – the hero of India’s historic Thomas Cup win – has been nominated for the BWF’s ‘Most Improved Player of the Year’ award. The Badminton World Federation, on … Read More