Just two more Olympic qualifiers are remaining -- Malaysia Open (May 25-30) and Singapore Open (June 1-6) -- before the June 15 deadline.
Kidambi Srikanth is now looking at the Malaysia Open World Tour Super 750 (May 25 to 30) and Singapore Open World Tour Super 500 (June 1 to 6) tournaments as the two windows for the quadrennial event
Keeping in mind the current pandemic situation, the couple decided to celebrate the marriage a very private affair
The tournament will be contested in a bio-secure bubble without spectators and media while implementing a strict Covid-19 safety protocol
The 37-year-old badminton doubles specialist put up the wedding card in the Twitter, which said: 22nd of April 2021.
With the exponential rise in the number of Covid-19 cases across the country, BAI President Himanta Biswa has decided to postpone all the upcoming domestic tournaments, BAI said.
The Russian Open 2021 and Indonesia Masters - have been cancelled due to Covid-19 related restrictions, the Badminton World Federation (BWF) said.
Playing for the first time as a pair, 21-year-old Prasad and 20-year-old Vishnu Vardhan ruffled a few feathers before losing in the final to England's pair of Ben Lane and Sean Vendy.
The unheralded Indians, the only ones left in contention from the country on the final day, lost 21-19, 14-21, 19-21 in a 56-minute battle with the fourth seeds Ben Lane and Sean Vendy
Saina lost 17-21 17-21 to Denmark's Line Christophersen in 28 minutes, Krishna and Vishnu cheered up the Indian camp with a 21-17 21-17 win over Callum Hemming-Steven Stallwood in a 35 minute semi final clash.
The youngster got the better of Simona Pillgard of Denmakr 21-14, 21-13 in the quarterfinals
Ashwini and Sikki had reached the second round on Wednesday after a 21-9, 17-21, 21-19 win over Denmark's Amalie Magelund and Freja Ravn.
Nehwal completely dominated Ireland's Rachael Darragh to secure a commanding 21-9, 21-5 win. Srikanth, on the other hand, defeated compatriot Ajay Jayaram 21-15, 21-10 to progress to the third round.
Saina took just 21 minutes to beat Rachael while Kidambi Srikanth entered the third round with a 21-15 21-10 win over compatriot Ajay Jayaram in 25 minutes.
Axelsen, 27, had lost his previous match against Antonsen in Thailand in January. The former world champion came from behind for the third time in four matches to win the semifinal.