Saina Nehwal assured herself of the No.1 spot in Women’s Singles as she stormed into the final of the Yonex-Sunrise India Open today.
The race for the world Women’s Singles No.1 ranking entered its home stretch today at the Yonex-Sunrise India Open, with Saina Nehwal and Carolina Marin making the semi-finals.
Xiamen Airlines has launched its official partnership with the TOTAL BWF World Championships in Jakarta with a range of special travel packages to entice more badminton fans to attend the BWF Major Event in August.
Buckle up, badminton fans, your favourite sport is about to hit high gear, with the introduction of a speed-tracking system tomorrow at the Yonex-Sunrise India Open – flashing out smash speeds live on screen.
The second event of the MetLife BWF World Superseries season is underway in New Delhi. Get all the latest news, scores and photos from the Yonex-Sunrise India Open 2015 on the Badminton World Federation’s new World Superseries website. See details herein.
The race for the world No.1 ranking in Women's Singles is set to become badminton’s hottest topic in the coming days, with Saina Nehwal and Carolina Marin both capable of wresting that coveted honour in the next week.
Singapore, Netherlands, Canada and Spain are now in Group 2A while Hong Kong, USA, France and Brazil are in Group 2B for the Vivo BWF Sudirman Cup 2015, following today’s redraw at BWF’s Office.
Defending champions China found themselves in a relatively easy group when the Vivo BWF Sudirman Cup draw was made today in Dongguan.
India’s Kidambi Srikanth made up for his first-round loss at the Yonex All England Open last fortnight by capturing the Swiss Open 2015 title yesterday.
Chen Long and Carolina Marin reprised their triumphant exploits from last year’s BWF World Championships to raise aloft the prized Yonex All England Open singles titles this afternoon in Birmingham.
With Mads CONRAD-PETERSEN
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