World no 2 PV Sindhu is gearing up for another feat. She is among the elite nine badminton players vying for a position in the four slots reserved in the Badminton World Federation Athletes’ Commission. Ace shuttler @Pvsindhu1 is among nine nominees vying for Badminton World Federation (BWF)'s Athletes' Commission posts. #Badminton (PTI) pic.twitter.com/cFX3xJSGpd — EconomicTimes (@EconomicTimes) April(…)
After an enthralling performance at the India Open Super Series, PV Sindhu has scaled a new high. The BWF World Rankings show she’s now world number 2, jumping up from number five. She is currently the best Indian woman badminton player. WORLD NO 2 Rankings were released on Thursday, and the star player surges through the list with(…)
PV Sindhu beats Sung Ji Hyun from Korea to set up India Open 2017 final date with Rio 2016 Olympics gold medallist Carolina Marin. Sindhu won two of the three games but not without a tough fight that her opponent Sung Ji Hyun offered towards the middle minutes of the third game. She later picked up(…)
Wow… what a spectacular match it was! Hats off to both the star players for fighting till the end. It was finally PV Sindhu who aced ahead in the game and defeated Saina Nehwal in a much-awaited quarterfinal match in the India Open badminton tournament today. Two-time India Open badminton champion Saina Nehwal lost to 2016(…)
The Premier Badminton League is on in full swing. Olympic Silver Medallist PV Sindhu beat World No.3, Ji Hyun Sung, helping Chennai Smashers gain momentum in the tournament as they win by 4-3 against Mumbai Rockets. Sindhu played 11-8, 12-10 against Sung to win the match at the Koramangala Indoor Stadium, Bangalore, on Tuesday. As the young(…)
The Telangana Government is issuing 1,000 square yards of land to India’s Olympic hero PV Sindhu. This is to honour PV Sindhu’s victory at the Rio Olympics 2016. The land allotted is in Shaikhpet village which is a little over 12 km away from Hyderabad district. “The Government (of Telangana), after careful examination, hereby accepts the(…)
Carolina Marin and PV Sindhu are going to be back again in the badminton court, facing off each other like never before. The second edition of the Premier Badminton League (PBL) is starting next month and both Rio medalists are all set play against each other for the first time.
Olympic silver-medallist PV Sindhu yet again showed her finest defense as the shuttler emerged victory from her toughest fight of the year as she overturned a six-point deficit in the third and final game, and has entered the semi-finals of the Hong Kong Open Super Series, knocked out Liang Xiayou of Singapore 21-17, 21-23, 21-18. .@Pvsindhu1 enters(…)