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I've crossed the stage of feeling disappointed: Saina

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New Delhi: An upset stomach spoilt her campaign at the World Championship last week but India ace shuttler Saina Nehwal is not too upset and said she has crossed the stage of feeling disappointed.

Saina, Sindhu begin campaign in Badminton Worlds

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Guangzhou (China): Saina Nehwal will begin her campaign for an elusive medal against lower-ranked Olga Golovanova in the women's singles, while male shuttler Ajay Jayaram will look to continue his go

Saina enters semifinals in Indonesia


Jakarta: Defending champion Saina Nehwal today sailed into the semifinals of the Indonesian Super Series Premier after scripting a straight-game victory over Carolina Marin of Spain here.
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Saina reaches world number 3 after Denmark win


Riding on her maiden Denmark Open title triumph last Sunday, India's ace shuttler Saina Nehwal gained a position to climb up to third spot in the latest World badminton ranking announced on Thursday.

Jayaram, Sindhu reach second round in Japan Open

Ajay Jayaram and P.V. Sindhu advanced to the second round of the men's and women's singles competition respectively after notching up contrasting victories in the Japan Super Series in Tokyo on Wednes

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