BMF

10. Nov, 2017

The World No 11 becomes the new men's singles Senior Badminton Champion with an impressive win over World No 2 and top seed Srikanth in a three-game thriller. From drop shots to top defence, his game had everything to trouble Srikanth, who looked a bit off-colour in the decider. Prannoy lives up to his 'giant-killing' personality yet again!
Men Singles: H.S. Prannoy (PSPB) bt K. Srikanth (PSPB) 21-15, 16-21, 21-7.

10. Nov, 2017

Men’s doubles goes down to the wire. Lots of drama in the final game and to top it all off, some spectacular celebrations. The contest between Manu Attri/B. Sumeeth Reddy and Satwiksairaj Rankireddy/Chirag Shetty goes to the end. Attri and Reddy come out on top to win the final game 25-23.
Men Doubles: Manu Attri (PSPB) & B. Sumeeth Reddy (TS) bt R. Satwik Sairaj (AP) & Chirag Shetty (Maha) 15-21, 22-20, 25-23.

10. Nov, 2017

Breathtaking match between these two legends of Badminton. Sanina Nehwal claims her third national title! PV Sindhu stretched her to her utmost limit but eventually finishing second best!
Saina Nehwal (PSPB) bt P.V. Sindhu (AP) 21-17, 27-25.

10. Nov, 2017

Ashwini Ponnappa made it a memorable outing by winning a ‘double’ — the mixed doubles partnering R. Satwik Sai Raj and the women’s doubles title with N. Sikki Reddy.
Women Doubles: Ashwini Ponnappa & N. Sikki Reddy (PSPB) bt Sanyukta Ghorpade & Prajakta Sawant (AI) 21-14, 21-14.
Mixed doubles: Satwik Sai Raj & Ashwini Ponnappa bt Pranaav J. Chopra & N. Sikki Reddy (PSPB) 21-9, 20-22, 21-17.

30. Oct, 2017

Srikanth took just 34 minutes to ease past Japanese qualifier Kento Nishimoto in the Super Series final 21-14, 21-13 at the French Open Badminton Final. In the process Srikanth surpassed Saina Nehwal as the only Indian to win four Super Series titles in a year. Saina won three in 2010

By doing so, the 24-year-old shuttler became only the fourth male player in the history of the game to win four singles Superseries titles in a calendar year after Lin Dan, Lee Chong Wei and Chen Long.