BAI Plans Training Camp in Hyderabad From July 1, No Domestic Event Till September

Top Indian shuttlers, including PV Sindhu, will be able to hit the courts from July 1 if the state government gives a green light to the Badminton Association of India (BAI) for organising a national camp in Hyderabad. While a bunch of Indian players have started practising at the Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy (PPBA) in Read More …

HS Prannoy Apologises To Badminton Association Of India For His Outburst

The Badminton Association of India had show-caused HS Prannoy was for his outburst.© Instagram India shuttler HS Prannoy has apologised to the Badminton Association of India (BAI) for his scathing attack on the national federation after it did not recommend him for the Arjuna Award, days after he was show-caused for the outburst. Prannoy was Read More …

Saina Nehwal Recalls “Special Moment” As Athletes Celebrate International Olympic Day

Saina Nehwal recalled a “special moment”, while the Hockey India — the federation that regulates the Indian hockey team, and the athletic fraternity celebrated the International Olympic Day on Tuesday. “Very very very special moment in my career when I achieved the Olympic bronze medal in 2012 Olympics.. #London ..It was always my and my Read More …

PV Sindhu Says Sports Can Help Win Battle Against COVID-19 Pandemic

PV Sindhu is waiting for the Talengana government to lift the lockdown for training.© AFP Asserting that sports can help win the battle against coronavirus pandemic in the absence of a vaccine, Olympic and World Championships silver medallist shuttler PV Sindhu on Monday urged everyone to make physical activity an integral part of their lives. Read More …

BAI Recommends Kidambi Srikanth For Khel Ratna After Apology, HS Prannoy Show-Caused For Outburst

The Badminton Association of India (BAI) on Friday recommended Kidambi Srikanth for the Khel Ratna award after the top Indian shuttler apologised for pulling out of a tournament midway and show-caused his teammate H S Prannoy for slamming the federation after not being nominated for the Arjuna honour. Both Srikanth and Prannoy had not played Read More …

Hyderabad Open, Scheduled For August, Cancelled Due To Coronavirus Pandemic

The Hyderabad Open badminton tournament, scheduled to be held in August, was on Thursday cancelled by the sport’s world governing body in view of the COVID-19 pandemic, days after the unveiling of a revised calendar. The tournament, set from August 11 to 16, was one of the three to be held in India in the Read More …

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