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All the top Indian players, including PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal and K Srikanth, have achieved success under the guidance of Pulela Gopichand.
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Kidambi Srikanth went past Japan's Kenta Nishimoto 21-14, 21-13 in a contest that lasted for 38 minutes.
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Top Indian shuttlers PV Sindhu and Kidambi Srikanth will begin their singles campaign on Wednesday.
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PV Sindhu will feature in Indonesia Open, begins on July 16, Japan Open and Thailand Open that will start on July 23 and July 30 respectively.
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Cancer proved the career-ending blow but it wasn't the only low for Lee, who was banned after testing positive for a banned anti-inflammatory at the 2014 world championships.
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PV Sindhu knocked out after losing 19-21, 18-21 to Thailand's Nitchaon Jindapol in second round at Australian Open.
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PV Sindhu beat Indonesia's Choirunnisa 21-14, 21-9 in a one-sided affair.
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Japan have never won the badminton world mixed-team championship and their search goes on after they were well beaten 3-0 in the Chinese city of Nanning.
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This is India's second consecutive defeat in the Sudirman Cup 2019 as they lost 2-3 to Malaysia on Tuesday.
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India's hopes of reaching the knockout stage will now rest on their next match against home favourites China on Wednesday.

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