BAI on Sunday named a 12-member Indian team for the Sudirman Cup, which is slated to take place from September 26 to October 3 in Finland.
Sindhu, the reigning world champion, on Sunday became only the second Indian and first woman from the country to claim two Olympics medals, after she won a bronze in Tokyo.
Many chided Saina for purportedly encouraging an unhealthy lifestyle by promoting the fizzy drink and even compared her to footballer Cristiano Ronaldo.
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Battling injuries and indifferent form, Saina, 31, couldn't make her fourth Olympics after the sport's governing body, BWF, cancelled the last three qualifiers due to the pandemic.
Former world no 1 Srikanth and London Games bronze-medallist Saina's hopes were all but dashed when the last of the Olympic qualifiers in Singapore was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Given that this was the final qualifying event, all the shuttlers including Saina and Srikanth had been desperately hoping to be part of it.
As things stand, PV Sindhu, B Sai Praneeth, and doubles duo of Chirag Shetty and Satwiksairaj Rankireddy have made the Olympics cut.
Amazon Prime Video took to Instagram and announced the digital premiere of the recently released Bollywood sports biopic, 'Saina'.
India's top badminton player Saina Nehwal singled out India cricketer Washington Sundar's batting for special praise.
Six years in the making, Amol Gupte's biopic on badminton star Saina Nehwal has finally arrived.
Krishna and Vishnu cheered up the Indian camp with a 21-17 21-17 win over English pair of Callum Hemming and Steven Stallwood.
Ira Sharma, ranked 162, also made it to the quarterfinals after beating Bulgaria's world no. 71 Mariya Mitsova 21-18 21-13 in 32 minutes.
Saina had pulled out of the opening round of All England Open Championships last week after suffering a thigh injury.
Director Amole Gupte says he was deeply moved by the journey of Saina Nehwal, who rose from a humble background to become a world champ.