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Devika Sihag Badminton

Devika Sihag


The Bridge Desk

Updated: 21 Jan 2024 3:41 PM GMT

Welcome to The Bridge's live coverage of Indian sports, where we guide you through the performances of Indian athletes across diverse sports and global events. This daily blog consolidates sports activities worldwide that hold Indian significance, offering a comprehensive update to keep you well-informed.

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  • 21 Jan 2024 7:32 AM GMT

    I want to become 1st male world champion from India: Priyanshu Rajawat

    Young Indian shuttler Priyanshu Rajawat has his eyes set on the pinnacle tournament of badminton, the BWF World Championships.

    He is 21, and he left behind a good year in 2023 when he claimed his maiden BWF World Tour at the Orleans Masters and produced several results of remarkable brilliance.

    Being young and strong on desires, Priyanshu is determined to break a deadlock in Indian badminton.

    "I want to end that world championship title drought of men's singles category and my aim is to become the first-ever world champion from India in this category," Priyanshu told The Bridge on the sidelines of India Open.


  • 21 Jan 2024 7:31 AM GMT

    What to follow today?

    Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty will play in the men's doubles final at the India Open. The match is likely to start at 5 PM. 

    In the Kalinga Super Cup, Punjab FC will face Gokulam Kerala and Mumbai FC will take on Chennaiyin FC. 

    PKL matches continue.

  • 21 Jan 2024 7:28 AM GMT

    What happened on January 20?

    India Open: Satwik-Chirag cruises into final with dominating victory - REPORT

    Raiza Dhillon, Anant Naruka secure two more Paris Olympics quota places for India - REPORT

    Olympics are the biggest target for Satwik-Chirag: Coach Mathias Boe - STORY

    Catch full highlights here

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