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India's best medal hopes - Saina Nehwal and Malaysian GP gold medallist P V Sindhu - would open their campaign with a bye and have received a decent draw in the women's singles event. According to the tournament rules, any player reaching the semi-final is assured of a bronze medal.
World No. 3 and third seed Saina Nehwal has been drawn in the same half as world No. 1 Li Xuerui of China and the two could face in the women's singles semifinal of the BWF World Championships to be held in Guangzhou, China, from August 5-11. This, should she manages to beat eighth seed Minatsu Mitani of Japan in the quarterfinals.
Please refer to our mail dated 14th May, 2013 on the subject. In this regard, it is again emphasized that all the States must ensure to organize District Level Tournaments before organizing official State Championships in their respective States, as mentioned in the earlier mail. Further, Inter-District Championships should also be held alongwith the State Championships.
“I have been involved with Badminton for a long time, but this is a totally different thing,” said Vimal, who shared the dais with Indian doubles star Ashwini Ponnappa, Kannada actor Puneeth Rajkumar, Bangalore Team CEO Vijay Lancy, Team promoters and officials of the Karnataka Badminton Association.
Sania tried her hand at Badminton on the sidelines of the function and played a short-duration friendly match with a local female player. Mirza said Badminton holds a lot of promise in India with the likes of Saina Nehwal and Ashwini Ponappa performing well at the international level.
Olympic medallist Saina Nehwal on Friday launched The Indian Badminton League’s (IBL) School programme initiative at Noida. The programme, called Shuttle Express, will be taken next to Mumbai, Hyderabad, Pune, Lucknow and Bangalore, the company said. The league is an initiative by the Badminton Association of India, with Sporty Solutionz as its commercial partner.
The Indian Badminton League (IBL) on Wednesday announced the name of its second franchise -- the BOP Group, a Real Estate Consultant in India, who bagged the Bangalore team, 'Banga Beats'.
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