Saina Nehwal

All England Open 2018 : Eyes on Indian shuttler’s to end 16-year wait

March 13, 2018

Saina Nehwal faces tough draw; all eyes on Sindhu, Srikanth to end 16-year wait. Another Super Series season commences with badminton’s most established competition and the Indians hope to end their 16-year-old All England drought as PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal eye the subtle All England title. All England Badminton Championships that commence in Birmingham […]

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Saina Nehwal, HS Prannoy Eye China Open to Seal Berth at Dubai Final

November 15, 2017

Saina Nehwal and H S Prannoy will hope to upgrade their odds of meeting all requirements for the Dubai Super Series Finals with a decent execution at the USD 700,000 China Open Super series Premier beginning on Tuesday. Previous World No.1 Saina upstaged Olympic silver-medalist P V Sindhu in the national finals a week ago […]

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PV Sindhu marched at no. 2

PV Sindhu marched at No. 2

April 7, 2017

The 21-year-old Rio Olympic silver medallist has moved on the ranking charts at No. 2 while her colleague Saina Nehwal drops at No. 9 PV Sindhu has achieved her career best No. 2 ranking on Thursday on the back of some fine performances in the recent past. Sindhu has attained this spot after beating her […]

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Saina Nehwal feared that her injuries could end her career

Saina Nehwal fears that her injuries could end her career

November 3, 2016

Saina Nehwal is returning on the court following a knee surgery at the China Super Series Premier starting from November 15. Making a comeback after undergoing a knee surgery Indian ace shuttler expressed her fear of ending her career early due to injuries she has suffered. Saina who has recently made a member of the […]

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Saina Nehwal feared that her injuries could end her career

Saina Nehwal: India has infrastructure, but not enough coaches

October 31, 2016

Nehwal says India has infrastructure, but not enough coaches unlike China Shuttler Saina Nehwal on Sunday said India had sufficient framework for badminton however didn’t have enough mentors and foundations. Saina Nehwal represented India three times in the Olympics but unfortunately at Rio Olympics her knee injury affected her performance which resulted her knock out […]

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Saina Nehwal Enters Finals of Australian Open

Saina Nehwal Enters Finals of Australian Open

June 11, 2016

Saina Nehwal advances into the final of Australia Open Super Series by beating Yihan Wang of China in the women’s singles event here on Saturday. Saina Nehwal is now one step away from her maiden title of the season after beating World No. 2 Yihan Wang of China, 21-8, 21-12 in just over half an hour in […]

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Saina Nehwal Enters China Open Badminton Final

November 14, 2015

Saina Nehwal will face Li Xuerui in the final clash of China open   Another exemplary performance helped world no. one Saina Nehwal to sail into the finals of $700,000 China Open Superseries Premier. The defending champion of the china Open needed just 42 minutes to ease past the former World No.1 Chinese Wang Yihan 21-13, […]

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Saina Nehwal gifted her racquet to PM Modi

Saina Nehwal gifted her racquet to PM Modi

September 16, 2015

World No. 1 shutller Saina Nehwal gifted her racquet to PM Modi as an advance birthday present. World No. 1 shutller Saina Nehwal on Wednesday presented her racquet, with which she played to become the first Indian to win silver at the Badminton World Championships, to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. She presented it as an advanced […]

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