Aug 14, 2015

Badminton Worlds: Sindhu stuns Olympic champ; Saina, Jwala-Ashwini advance - Firstpost

Two-time bronze-medallist P V Sindhu stunned Olympic champion and former World No. 1 Chinese Li Xuerui in a hard-fought women's singles match to enter the quarterfinals of the World Badminton Championship

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