By FPJ Web Desk
With the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League set to commence between September 18 and November 8 in the United Arab Emirates, India...Read More
By FPJ Sports Desk
The number of coronavirus cases in India has risen to 114 on Monday, the Ministry of Health and Family Affairs said. Coronavirus, which o...Read More
As All England gets underway amid coronavirus outbreak which has claimed over 4000 lives and infected more than 100,000 people globally.
Saina, who is facing a race against time to qualify for her fourth Olympics, brushed aside Maria 21-10 21-19 in the second round to set u...Read More
India's Olympic bronze medallist shuttler Saina Nehwal advanced to the women's singles pre-quarterfinals of the US $ 170,000 Barcelona Sp...Read More
The Indian duo has been inconsistent in 2019 and didn't enjoy a good start to the new year.
By FPJ News Service
Former world number one Srikanth, the up and coming Lakshya Sen and Subhankar Dey won their respective singles matches easily.
The Indian men's team, which won the bronze medal in Hyderabad in 2016, will be spearheaded by World Championship bronze medallist B Sai ...Read More
Srikanth feels that Khelo India University Games will start a new sporting culture in India.
While Sindhu is assured of a ticket to Tokyo, time is running out for Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth to make the cut but Gopichand sai...Read More
Kolkata: Badminton national coach Pullela Gopichand is not concerned about P.V. Sindhu's poor run of form since she won the 2019 BWF Worl...Read More
The world championship in Switzerland, in fact, was a big one for India in more than one way as B Sai Praneeth emulated Prakash Padukone ...Read More
Lucknow: Former champion Kidambi Srikanth suffered straight games defeat in men's singles quarterfinals whereas Sourabh Verma advanced to...Read More
Third seed Srikanth, who had lifted the title in 2016, eked out a thrilling 18-21 22-20 21-16 win over compatriot Parupalli Kashyap, who ...Read More
Third seed Srikanth beat Russia's Vladimir Malkov in straight games to set up a second-round clash with fellow Indian Parupalli Kashyap.
The Indian men's badminton star opted out of the upcoming tournament, choosing instead to focus on international events.
The sixth seed Srikanth defeated Hong Kong's Wong Wing Ki Vincent 21-18 21-17 in match that lasted 37 minutes.
By Free Press Journal Correspondent
Gwangju (Korea): Back in form after a string of below-par performances, Kidambi Srikanth would look for another good outing while Saina N...Read More
By Rupesh Shetty
Unseeded Srikanth, ranked 13th in the world, was leading by a game when Long decided to concede the match
Hong Kong: Indian ace Kidambi Srikanth progressed to the semifinals of the USD 400,000 Hong Kong Open after Olympic champion Chen Long of...Read More