PV Sindhu outclassed Malaysia's world no. 92 Kisona Selvaduray in a lop-sided second-round contest. She will face either Thailand's Ratchanok Inthanon or Korea's Sung Ji Hyun next
Sameer Verma will face third seed Anders Antonsen of Denmark, who received a walkover, in the quarterfinals
A former top-10 player, Prannoy recovered from a game down to outwit sixth seed Christie 18-21 21-16 23-21 in a thrilling contest
Former world number one Srikanth, who was sharing the room with Praneeth, was also forced to withdraw as per protocols
The highlight of the day was the lion-hearted performance by world no 31 Sameer, who stunned eighth seed Lee 18-21 27-25 21-19 in a thrilling opening match
This was their 12th meeting, and PV Sindhu has extended the head-to-head lead 11-1
The Indian players seemed to struggle with their fitness as none of them could cross the second round at the Thailand Open, the first event of the Asia leg
Saina managed to grab the opening game but ran out of steam in the end, losing 23-21 14-21 16-21 in a match that clocked 68 minutes
Nehwal eased past her first round opponent Selvaduray in straight games, while Srikanth beat compatriot Sourabh Verma; Kashyap chose to retire after he pulled his calf muscle
Kashyap, a former Commonwealth Games champion, was trailing 8-14 in the third game when he chose to retire as he pulled his calf muscle.
Former world number one Srikanth on Tuesday got a bloodied nose after undergoing multiple COVID-19 tests
Earlier, chaos gripped India's campaign when Saina Nehwal was forced out of the Thailand Open following a positive COVID-19 test
The Indian players are being tested for the fourth time following the positive COVID-19 result of star player Saina Nehwal, who was forced out of the tournament
PV Sindhu's loss ended India's campaign in women's singles as the other contender Saina Nehwal was forced out after testing positive for COVID-19 on the eve of the tournament
Saina Nehwal, HS Prannoy, Parupalli Kashyap along with RMV Gurusaidutt and Pranaav Chopra had tested positive last month
The two-time singles world champion was scheduled to compete in two Thailand Open series events
New Measures: hostess bars, gambling venues and massage parlors in Bangkok were ordered by the city government to close from Tuesday until Jan 4
The wayward boxing fans to led an inevitable rise in coronavirus infections this month that forced the government to abandon its less than sturdy approach to combating COVID-19 that has failed to inspire public confidence
A health worker disinfects Kanyakumari S.P office after a few office staff tested positive for the coronavirus, in Kanyakumari district.PTI Photo
Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) national spokesperon Rakesh Tikait speaks during a 'Kisan Mahapanchayat' to mark one year of the farmers' agitation, in Mumbai.PTI Photo/Kunal Patil
Union Home Minister Amit Shah inaugurates the 150 metric ton per day Milk Powder Plant and Automatic Robotic Storage and Retrieval System of Amulfed Dairy, in Gandhinagar.PTI Photo
Union Ministers Smriti Irani and Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi arrive for the BJP Parliamentary Executive Committee meeting ahead of the Winter Session of the Parliament, in New Delhi.PTI Photo/Shahbaz Khan
Smriti Irani, Locket Chatterjee and Ranjanben Dhananjay Bhatt arrive to attend BJP Parliamentary Executive Committee meeting ahead of the Winter Session of the Parliament, in New Delhi.PTI Photo/Shahbaz Khan
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