Tokyo Olympics Series-Badminton

With just over 6 months to go for the start of delayed Tokyo Olympics,let us focus on different sports which in which athletes have made their nations proud on the biggest sporting event of the world.In the first part we look at badminton.History.Badminton was played as exhibition sport at 1972

Today’s Birthday in Sport- Manasi Joshi(Para athlete)

Manasi Joshi is an Indian para badminton athlete born on 11th June 1989.She won gold medal at World Championships in 2019.She won bronze at Asian Para Games in 2019.She started playing badminton at age six and met with an accident on a motorbike in 2011.While working at a bank in

Legend in Tennis , Gopi chand speaks on Sports Science.

Asavari Parmar, former international badminton player, informs sports lovers about Gurukul, an initiative by P. Gopichand. Asavari is a part of this initiative .Badminton Gurukul is a first of its kind initiative by Padma Bhushan Pullela Gopichand. He is the face of sports education in India and is involved in

Daisy Queens Shine In The Third Shuttle Craze Maharashtra state Women’s Badminton League

Daisy Queens triumphantly defeated Rose Tossers 4-3 in an intense final and were  awarded as the Champions of The third Shuttle Craze Masters' Badminton League at the Matunga Gymkhana. Daisy Queens started energetically as they won their first three matches of the tie. The pairs of captains Sandhya Melasheeemi and Balvinder

Badminton: PV Sindhu edges world No.1, Sameer wins

Olympic silver medallist P.V. Sindhu finally broke her jinx against world No.1 Tai Tzu Ying with a come-from-behind win in a thriller, while Sameer Verma outclassed Indonesia's Tommy Sugiarto at the World Tour Finals here Thursday. After six successive losses in 13 meetings, Sindhu got the better of her nemesis, Tzu

PV Sindhu Moves Into Second Round in China Open

Star Indian shuttler P.V. Sindhu cruised past Evgeniya Kosetskaya of Russia in the opening round of the Fuzhou China Open silver medallist registered an easy 21-13, 21-19 win in a match that lasted less than 30 minutes. Sindhu, who is seeded third, hardly broke a sweat in the first game. She won

Lakshya Sen beats top ranked Kunlavut for Asian glory

Rising shuttler Lakshya Sen stunned reigning world junior champion Kunlavut Vitidsarn of Thailand in straight games to become only the third Indian to clinch a gold medal at the Asia Junior Championships in Jakarta on Sunday.The sixth seed Indian from Uttarakhand, who had clinched a bronze medal in the last edition,