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newsbadminton13 days ago

HS Prannoy and Saina Nehwal make big gains in BWF rankings

HS Prannoy has moved up to World No. 16 in the BWF World Rankings, nearly returning to the Top 15 after a four-year absence. Ishaan Bhatnagar and Tanisha Crasto, the top-ranked mixed doubles team in India, have also climbed ranks and are currently ranked No. 33 in the world, also a career-high.
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newsbadminton25 days ago

Japan Open 2022 | India campaign ends as HS Prannoy loses quarters encounter

HS Prannoy lost to Taipei's Chou Tien Chen in the men's singles quarterfinals, ending India's participation in the Japan Open. Chou Tien Chen, who had won bronze medal in the world championships, won in three games against the 30-year-old Indian 21-17 15-21 22-20, in a match lasting over one hour.
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newsbadmintona month ago

Japan Open 2022 | HS Prannoy stuns former world champion Loh Kean Yew of Singapore

Indian shuttler HS Prannoy seems to be in the form of his life, as he got the better of the world no.7 and 2021 World Champion, Loh Kean Yew of Singapore at the Japan Open. Prannoy reached the quarters of the tournament after beating Yew 22-20,21-19 in straight games on Thursday.
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newsbadmintona month ago

BWF World Championship 2022 | HS Prannoy gets past Lakshya Sen; Men's doubles teams in quarters too

In an exceptional display of form, India's HS Prannoy got the better of world no.10 Lakshya Sen, to move into the quarters at the BWF World Championship 2022, in Tokyo. Apart from that the men's doubles teams of Dhruv Kapila/MR Arjun and Satwik/Chirag also progressed to the next round.
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newsbadminton2 months ago

PV Sindhu handed difficult draw for BWF World Championships 2022

Indian badminton stars, such as PV Sindhu and Lakshya Sen, will be eager to build on their impressive performance in the BWF World Championships 2022, which begin in Tokyo on August 22. PV Sindhu, the world no.7, will aim for her second world championship after winning the competition in 2019.
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newsbadminton2 months ago

PV Sindhu progresses to semis, Saina Nehwal and HS Prannoy lose close matches at Singapore Open

The Indian shuttlers endured a heart-breaking day at the Singapore Open 2022, as only PV Sindhu could manage to progress to the semis of the event. On the other hand, Saina Nehwal lost in the quarters in three games against Aya Ohori of Japan, and so did men's singles player HS Prannoy.
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newsbadminton2 months ago

Singapore Open 2022 | Saina Nehwal makes first quarters in 15 months, HS Prannoy and PV Sindhu advance too

In what turned out to be an outstanding result for former world no.1 Saina Nehwal, the Indian went on beat China's He Bing Jiao at the Singapore Open on Thursday. This means, that Nehwal managed to make it to the first quarters of the year, after being plagued with bad form and injuries.
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newsbadminton3 months ago

Malaysia Masters 2022 | PV Sindhu and HS Prannoy enter quarters, others falter

India's star badminton player PV Sindhu reached the quarter-finals of the Malaysia Masters, with a straight-game win over China's Zhang Yi Man on Thursday. The world no.7 made short work of the Chinese girl and beat her 21-12 21-10 in just 28 minutes in the women’s singles second-round clash.
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newsbadminton3 months ago

Malaysia Open 2022 | PV Sindhu and HS Prannoy enter quarter-finals

Indian badminton star PV Sindhu moved into the quarter-finals of the Malaysia Open in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday. The world no. 7 Sindhu took 57 minutes to beat the unseeded Phittayaporn Chaiwan of Thailand 19-21, 21-9, 21-14 in the second round of the BWF Super 750 badminton event.
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newsbadminton3 months ago

Indonesia Open 2022 | HS Prannoy advances to quarters after win over Angus NG Ka Long

Star Indian player HS Prannoy is continuing to impress in the ongoing Indonesia Open 2022, as he moved into the quarter-finals of the event, in Jakarta on Thursday. The only Indian left in the fray now, Prannoy, ranked 23rd in the world, beat world no.12 Angus NG Ka Long of Hong Kong 21-11, 21-18.
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