Malaysian Para-badminton player Cheah Liek Hou has vowed to stay in shape to ensure he is at his best when the sport makes its Paralympic debut at Tokyo 2020.
The Sports Authority of India (SAI) organised a webinar with Para badminton players on Thursday (May 7) as part of its online development programme.
The Spanish Para Badminton International, the final chance for players to earn ranking points ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, has been cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Guatemala's badminton player Raul Anguiano has won the José Luis Campo Award as the best Americas Para-athlete of 2019.
Lucas Mazur was in scintillating form as he claimed two titles at the Japan Para Badminton International in Tokyo.
Top seed Pramod Bhagat will take on second seed Daniel Bethell in the standing lower three final, at the Japan Para Badminton International in Tokyo.
Home favourite Daisuke Fujihara has reached the quarter-finals of the Tokyo 2020 Para-badminton test event, the Japan Para Badminton International.
Home favourite Daisuke Fujihara made up for his defeat yesterday by beating India's Nitesh Kumar in straight sets at the Japan Para Badminton International, the sport's test event for next year's Paralympic Games.
Para-badminton players expressed mixed views as they tested out the venue to be used at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, on the opening day of the Japan International.
World number one Pramod Bhagat fought back from losing the first game to clinch a second gold medal at the Badminton World Federation Para Badminton World Championships in Basel.
Thailand's Sujrat Pookkham and Japan's Sarina Satomi progressed to the women's wheelchair WH1 final at the Para-Badminton World Championships in Basel.
Top seed Kim Jungjun progressed to the semi-finals of the men's WH2 competition at the Para-Badminton World Championships in Basel.
World number one-ranked Indians Pramod Bhagat and Parul Dalsukhbhai Parmar completed perfect records in their group matches to advance to the knockout stage of the Para Badminton World Championships in Basel.
Japan's Tokyo 2020 hope Suzuki among defending champions to start strong at Para Badminton World Championships
Japan's Ayako Suzuki needed three games to win her opening match of the Para Badminton World Championships, where she is defending her women's SU5 singles title.
The Badminton World Federation (BWF) Para Badminton World Championships will get underway this week with eyes already on the sport's Paralympic debut at Tokyo 2020 next year.