Articles about Singapore Open
Singapore Open is an annual badminton event that is held in Singapore. The first event was held in 1987. It is a part of the BWF Super Series Tournament that began in 2007. The first men’s singles in 1987 was won by a Malaysian player and women’s singles by an Indonesian player.
16 Jul 2022Badminton
Indian shuttler PV Sindhu reached the final of the ongoing Singapore Open on Saturday.
15 Jul 2022Saina Nehwal
Indian shuttler PV Sindhu reached the semis of the ongoing Singapore Open on Friday.
28 Feb 2021Tennis
Alexei Popyrin secured his maiden ATP Tour title by winning the Singapore Tennis Open on Sunday.
28 Sep 2019Badminton
The Indian challenge at the Korea Open World Tour Super 500 came to an end after Parupalli Kashyap lost his men's singles semi-final match.
25 Aug 2019Japan
Indian women's singles star shuttler PV Sindhu won the final of the BWF World Championships for the first time in her career.
18 Aug 2019Saina Nehwal
2019 hasn't gone well for PV Sindhu, who is yet to win a title this year.
26 Jul 2019India
India's women's singles badminton ace PV Sindhu's title-less run in 2019 continued.
01 Nov 2017French Open
Kidambi Srikanth, the Indian star shuttler who won back-to-back Super Series titles, has been recommended for the prestigious Padma Shri award by former Sports Minister Vijay Goel.
16 Sep 2017Badminton
PV Sindhu stormed into her second Super Series final of the year by beating China's He Bingjiao 21-10, 17-21, 21-16 in an encounter that lasted 66 minutes at the semi-final of the Korea Open Super Series.
16 Apr 2017South Korea
B Sai Praneeth defeated Kidambi Srikanth in the Singapore Open final to claim his maiden Superseries title.
15 Apr 2017South Korea
Kidambi Srikanth defeated Indonesia's Sinisuka Ginting 21-13, 21-14, in the Semis to set up an all-Indian Singapore Open final against B Sai Praneeth.
14 Apr 2017South Korea
India's top seed and Olympic silver medallist Pusarla Venkata Sindhu crashed out of the ongoing Singapore Open Superseries losing to her Spanish rival Carolina Marin in the quarterfinals.