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PV Sindhu beat Olympic champion Carolina Marin in a rather one-sided Indian Open superseries badminton final in Delhi on Sunday. Currently number 5 in the... [Read More]
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Saina Nehwal will clash with PV Sindhu is a mouthwatering Indian Open Superseries badminton quarterfinal match at the Siri Fort Sports Complex in New Delhi... [Read More]
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In the women's qualifying round, four Indian shuttlers moved to the main round albeit by beating compatriots in the qualifiers, while in the men's section... [Read More]
HT Correspondentsportsdesk@hindustantimes.comNew Delhi For Saina Nehwal, the Indian Open World Super Series, which begins at the Siri Fort Sports Complex from Tuesday, will be... [Read More]
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With PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal both confirming their participation for the Indian Open World Super Series badminton tournament, aficionados of the game are eagerly... [Read More]
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The way SSP Chawrasia played at the Indian Open this year, no one had a chance. We were just privileged to stand by and watch... [Read More]
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SSP Chawrasia clinched a seven-stroke win to become the second Indian golfer to defend the Indian Open title after Jyoti Randhawa. [Read More]
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The 23-year-old Gavin Green reels off six birdies in a go to stand one shot off clubhouse leaders, including holder SSP Chawrasia of India, in... [Read More]
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SSP Chawrasia has stayed bogey-free to take the clubhouse lead at five-under 67 in the Indian Open on an unfamiliar course. [Read More]
Anirban Lahiri, India's top golfer, is ready to give his best shot in the 2017 Indian Open, starting on March... [Read More]
Jeev Milkha Singh, who finished in the top 10 in three Asian Tour tournaments in 2016, has started rowing and that has added extra yards... [Read More]
SSP Chawrasia is keen to make an impression in the Indian Open which will be played at the DLF Golf & Country Club for the first... [Read More]
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