Badminton

History Of The Badminton

History Of Badminton – It has been around for hundreds of years and is played by over a billion people…

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Badminton History: The Early Days of Badminton

Badminton is an outdoor game where you hit a shuttlecock with a racket. It has its roots in England. Badminton…

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To expand as a badminton country, we need to do greater than only a few players doing nicely, says Gopichand

The irony of badminton in India couldn’t be more mentioned than within the ladies’ singles. In the men’s facet, on…

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Badminton: Sai Praneeth stuns Olympic champ Chen Long in Basel, Lakshya Sen disappointed at China Masters

India’s B Sai Praneeth dissatisfied reigning Olympic champion and second seed Chen Long 21-18, 21-thirteen on Saturday to reach the…

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Badminton: Saina Nehwal pulls out of India Open because of acute gastroenteritis

On Wednesday, ace shuttler Saina Nehwal pulled out of the India Open BWF World Tour Super 500, which begins in…

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Badminton World Federation’s punishing agenda is taking toll on pinnacle players’ health ahead of 2020 Tokyo Olympics

It becomes a scary sight for any badminton player or diehard supporter of the game. South Korea’s Son Wan Ho…

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Meet thirteen-12 months-vintage Ganderbal boy, J&K’s growing badminton big name

Ibrahim bin Ajaz Qureshi, thirteen, from Ganderbal, is the primary badminton participant from Jammu and Kashmir who has reached the…

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Badminton: PV Sindhu ambitions for consistency in Olympic qualification yr after combined begin to season

India’s badminton superstar PV Sindhu said she is looking for a constant run leading as much as the 2020 Olympics,…

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Top Indian shuttlers face fund shortage for worldwide journeys

NEW DELHI: Some of India’s leading badminton players, along with modern-day countrywide champion Sourabh Verma and 2014 CWG gold medallist…

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Art of controlled aggression: How Kento Momota is dominating badminton with a constant handThe story of the hare and tortoise race that everybody

Have heard since childhood has a completely simplistic clarification – gradual and steady wins the race. But the slow might…

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