5 Indians will face the challenge of pre-quarter finals

Five leading badminton players from India will face the tough challenge of the pre-quarter finals at St. Jacob’s Hall on Thursday, the fourth day of the World Badminton Championships. In the men’s section, where the seventh seed Kidambi Srikanth of Toonermant will face the challenge of Thailand’s Kantafon Vancharoen. HS Prannoy will face world number

Sindhu eyes at Thailand Open,first title of the year..

PV Sindhu, who will face Japan’s Akane Yamaguchi in two consecutive tournaments, will face the first title of the year when PV Sindhu will arrive in Thailand Open on Tuesday. Sindhu had indicated in the finals of the Indonesian Open to be in the rhythm, but in Japan Open, her journey did not go beyond

Badminton: Entry in Second Round of Sai Praneeth

Indian badminton player B Sai Praneet reached the second round of the Japan Open men’s singles who defeated Kanto Nishimoto in straight games. Non-prolific Praneeth beat Japanese rival 21-17, 21-13 in 42 minutes. Now in the second round of the BWF World Super 750 tournament, they will face Japan’s Kanta Sunayama. Read:sunil-narine-and-pollard-made-a-comeback-in-t20 In mixed doubles,