- Lakshya Sen Loses In Quarterfinals Of Indonesia Masters
World number 12 Sen squandered an opening game advantage to go down 21-15 10-21 13-21 to home favourite Christie, ranked 3rd, in a 62-minute men's singles match
- Indonesia Masters: Lakshya Sen Makes To Quarter-finals, Saina Nehwal Crashes Out
Lakshya Sen moved to the next round of the Indonesian Masters while Saina Nehwal crashed out.
- Indonesia Masters: Lakshya Sen, Saina Nehwal Progress To Second Round, HS Prannoy Out
India's HS Prannoy faltered in the opening round, but compatriots Lakshya Sen and Saina Nehwal made an impressive start at the Indonesia Masters Super 500 tournament, advancing to the second round of singles events with contrasting wins in Jakarta on Wednesday.
- Kunlavut Vitidsarn Stuns Viktor Axelsen To Clinch India Open Title
Vitidsarn, seeded eighth, proved his semi-final victory over Anthony Sinisuka Ginting of Indonesia was not a flash in the pan as he made Axelsen work for every point and won most of the long rallies
- Viktor Axelsen, Akane Yamaguchi Sail Into India Open Final
Viktor Axelsen and Akane Yamaguchi's dominance continued as they stayed on course for a second successive title, progressing to the finals of the India Open Super 750 in New Delhi on Saturday
- India Open: Top Seeds Akane Yamaguchi, Viktor Axelsen Reach Semi-Finals
Yamaguchi, herself a two-time world champion and the current world number one, faces Supanida Katethong of Thailand in the last four on Saturday
- Lakshya Sen, Saina Nehwal Lose; Home Challenge Ends at India Open
Lakshya Sen suffered a heartbreak, going down narrowly to world number 20 Rasmus Gemke of Denmark in the second round
- India Open: Erratic Kidambi Srikanth Bows Out; Malvika Bansod, Aakarshi Kashyap Out Too
Srikanth, a world championship silver medallist, flattered to deceive as he squandered a 14-5 lead in the second game to go down 14-21 19-21 to the world no. 1 Dane
- India Open: Kidambi Srikanth bows out after losing to Viktor Axelsen
Kidambi Srikanth was completely outplayed in the India Open first round match as he succumbed to a loss against Viktor Axelsen.
- India Open: Satwiksairaj Rankireddy-Chirag Shetty Start Title Defence With Win
India's star men's doubles pair of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty made a winning start to their India Open title defence with a win over Scotland duo of Christopher and Matthew Grimley in the first round in Delhi on Tuesday.
- "Have Always Been A Fighter": Saina Nehwal On Finding Her Old Touch Again
Saina Nehwal, who has had a tough last few years mainly due to a knee injury, notched up a fighting 21-17, 12-21, 21-19 win over world No. 24 Mia Blichfeldt of Denmark
- PV Sindhu Loses To Thailand's Supanida Katethong, Knocked Out Of India Open Round 1
World No. 7 PV Sindhu, a former champion, went down 12-21 20-22 to the world No. 30 in the women's singles match
- India Open: Lakshya Sen Eases Past HS Prannoy, Gayatri Gopichand-Treesa Jolly Register Win
Defending champion Lakshya Sen registered a straight-game win over compatriot HS Prannoy to make a winning start to his title defence at the Yonex-Sunrise India Open Super 750 badminton tournament in New Delhi on Tuesday.
- India Open: PV Sindhu, Lakshya Sen Among Title Contenders At India Open
While seventh seed Sen and Satwik-Chirag, seeded fifth, are entering the USD 900,000 event as defending champions, Sindhu and world No. 13 Kidambi Srikanth are also former champions
- Malaysia Open: Satwiksairaj Rankireddy, Chirag Shetty Lose In Semi-Finals
Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty's impressive run ended with a semifinal finish after they went down in three games to China's Liang Wei Keng and Wang Chang in the Malaysia Open Super 1000 tournament on Saturday
- Malaysia Open: HS Prannoy Loses In Quarterfinals
HS Prannoy went down fighting to world number 7 Japanese Kodai Naraoka in a gruelling three-game quarterfinals at the Malaysia Open Super 750 badminton tournament
- Malaysia Open: PV Sindhu Loses To Carolina Marin In Opening Round
Sixth seed Sindhu, who was playing her first match since she sustained a stress fracture on her left ankle en route her Commonwealth Games gold in August, lost 12-21, 10-21, 15-21 to Rio Olympics champion Carolina Marin of Spain in 59 minutes.
- Malaysia Open: Prannoy Trumps Compatriot Lakshya Sen In Thrilling Opener
Prannoy and Sen played five times in 2022 with Sen coming into the match with a slender 3-2 advantage.