As it happened: Sindhu loses to dominant Okuhara in Singapore
PV Sindhu lost to Japan's Nozomi Okuhara in straight games in the semifinals of the Singapore Open.
Assam's Ashmita Chaliha turns India's latest badminton sensation
Just 19 years of age, Ashmita Chaliha has already made waves in the badminton circuit, with two international titles in 2018. If that's anything to go by, India could well have another star in their hands
'Simple errors' from Sindhu helped me win: Saina
Saina Nehwal said it was great to win the Nationals crown for the fourth time, and against a tough opponent like PV Sindhu.
Saina beats Sindhu in straight games to retain title
Saina Nehwal beat PV Sindhu 21-18, 21-15 in the women's final of the 83rd senior national badminton championships in Guwahati to claim her fourth Nationals title.
Marin latest victim of high-intensity badminton, packed schedule
Carolina Marin's knee injury highlights the cost of demanding schedule and intense competition in badminton. Few on the women's circuit understand it better than Saina Nehwal.
Saina on Indonesia title: I never thought I would go so far
Saina Nehwal says she never thought she'd reach the final in the first place after winning the Indonesia Masters as Carolina Marin was forced to retire in the final on Sunday.
Saina Nehwal wins Indonesia Masters after Marin retires with injury
Saina Nehwal picked up the Indonesia Masters title as Spain's Carolina Marin retired with an injury when leading 10-4 in the opening game of their final in Jakarta on Sunday.
Ruthless Marin ends PV Sindhu's challenge
Carolina Marin beat PV Sindhu 21-11, 21-12 in the quarterfinals of the Indonesia Masters at the legendary Istora. Here's how it happened.
As it happened: Sindhu beats Okuhara to lift World Tour Finals title
PV Sindhu beat Japan's Nozomi Okuhara in straight games to become the first Indian to win the year-end World Tour Finals. Here's how the action unfolded
'One big win is all I need' - Srikanth
After an early exit from the Asian Games, Kidambi Srikanth says that 'one big win' can help him turn the bland year around.
Top seeds lose in quarters of badminton worlds
Women's top seed Tai Tzu Ying lost for only the second time this year, and men's No. 1 Viktor Axelsen also fell in the badminton world championships quarterfinals.
Axelsen reaches quarters at badminton worlds
Defending champion Viktor Axelsen was tested throughout but advanced to the quarterfinals at the badminton world championships with a 21-19, 21-18 win over Angus Ng Ka Long.
'Another 3-4 years in Saina if she trains right'
As the curtains came down on their successful partnership, ex-coach Vimal Kumar believes Saina Nehwal can continue to be a force with the help of well-structured physical training.
Lin hangs on to advance in badminton worlds
Lin Dan avoided an upset against Emil Holst of Denmark in the second round of the badminton world championships on Wednesday.
Lin, Son, Srikanth win to open badminton worlds
Lin Dan, Son Wan Ho and Kidambi Srikanth were relatively untroubled while emerging victorious on the first day of the world badminton championships.
Gopichand: Our system is very immature
Pullela Gopichand has no regrets about Saina Nehwal leaving his camp and wishes that India have multiple athletes challenging for medals
Gopichand: Challenge is to pick amongst your 'kids'
Olympic silver medallist PV Sindhu's coach Pullela Gopichand talks about believing in her abilities and how difficult it is to choose someone for specific mentoring
'A great moment' - Gopichand
PV Sindhu's coach Pullela Gopichand Lauds the young silver medalist after her great run at Rio 2016
'Now I'll get my phone back' - Sindhu
PV Sindu tells Gaurav Kalra about how she will celebrate her win and is eager to get her phone back
'Plenty of sacrifices to reach here' - Sindhu
ESPN.in's Gaurav Kalra caught up with silver medallist PV Sindhu after her historic finish in the women's singles event
Silver for Sindhu after thrilling final
PV Sindhu went down 21-19, 12-21, 15-21 against Spain's Carolina Marin in women's singles final at the Rio Olympics on Friday.
Records don't matter - Gopichand
PV Sindhu's coach Pullela Gopichand says he isn't worried about the pressure of the final or the head-to-head record against her opponent Carolina Marin
The way Sindhu has fought is inspirational - Gopichand
Gaurav Kalra talks to PV Sindhu's coach Pullela Gopichand about her tactics in the Rio Olympics and what will be her plan in the Gold medal match against Carolina Marin
Debayan: Sindhu's controlled aggression has taken her to the finals
Debayan Sen believes PV Sindhu's aggression and energy have been key as she defeated Nozomi Okuhara to become the first Indian to reach the badminton finals
'I vote PV Sindhu to be PM of India'
ESPN presents the best Twitter reactions following PV Sindhu's historic win in the women's singles semifinals, which guaranteed her of a silver medal.
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