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P.C. Thulasi Biography & Latest News

P.C. Thulasi Biography

P.C. Thulasi from Kerala, India is one of the best upcoming badminton profiles in India. She is just 19-years old, and is already challenging the best badminton players in the country. She trains at the Gopichand Academy in Hyderabad. She won the National junior girls doubles title partnering N Sikki Reddy. Thulasi went on the win the Gold medal in the doubles event of the Commonwealth Youth Games. Thulasi won the bronze medal at the Junior World Badminton Championships in the team event. Thulasi was the womens doubles winner at the Smiling Fish international Series badminton tournament. In 2009, Thulasi partnered with N Sikki Reddy again to win the National junior girls doubles title for the second time. In 2010, P.C.Thulasi won her first senior singles title when she won the Tata Open International badminton challenge tournament at Mumbai.

P.C. Thulasi Latest News & Articles

2016 Premier Badminton League: Delhi Acers thrash Mumbai Rockets 5-0 to seal top spot
2016 Premier Badminton League: Delhi Acers thrash Mumbai Rockets 5-0 to seal top spot
A review of the match between the Delhi Acers and the Mumbai Rockets.
2016 Premier Badminton League: Will Delhi win their second straight tie or will Bengaluru open their account?
2016 Premier Badminton League: Will Delhi win their second straight tie or will Bengaluru open their account?
A look ahead to the match between the Delhi Acers and the Benagluru Top Guns.
Premier Badminton League 2016: Delhi Acers beat Hyderabad Hunters on home ground
Premier Badminton League 2016: Delhi Acers beat Hyderabad Hunters on home ground
Home team Delhi Acers won both trump matches and took a 4-1 victory over Hyderabad Hunters.
2016 Premier Badminton League: Can Awadhe Warriors bounce back on home turf?
2016 Premier Badminton League: Can Awadhe Warriors bounce back on home turf?
A look ahead to Day One of the Lucknow leg of the Premier Badminton League.
2015 Dutch Open Grand Prix: Schedule for India on Thursday
2015 Dutch Open Grand Prix: Schedule for India on Thursday
Here are the details about the Indians who are participating in the 2015 Dutch Open Grand Prix.
2015 Dutch Open Grand Prix: RMVGurusaidutt, P.C. Thulasi progress, Sai Praneeth falters
2015 Dutch Open Grand Prix: RMVGurusaidutt, P.C. Thulasi progress, Sai Praneeth falters
Details from the 2015 Dutch Open.
2015 Dutch Open Grand Prix: Schedule for Indian players on Thursday
2015 Dutch Open Grand Prix: Schedule for Indian players on Thursday
Schedule for Indian players on Thursday.
PC Thulasi elimintaed in the opening round of the Canada Open
PC Thulasi elimintaed in the opening round of the Canada Open
PC Thulasi lost out in the opening round of the competition.
2015 Canada Open: Schedule for Indian players on Thursday
2015 Canada Open: Schedule for Indian players on Thursday
As many as 7 Indian matches are lined up on Thursday.
P.C. Thulasi knocked out in the first round of the 2015 US Open Grand Prix Gold
P.C. Thulasi knocked out in the first round of the 2015 US Open Grand Prix Gold
PC Thulasi suffered a straight games loss in her opening round match.
2015 US Open Grand Prix Gold: Schedule for Indian players on Wednesday
2015 US Open Grand Prix Gold: Schedule for Indian players on Wednesday
Here's the schedule for Indian players on Day Two of the US Open Grand Prix Gold.
Interview with PC Thulasi: "I have to raise my game to beat top players"
Interview with PC Thulasi: "I have to raise my game to beat top players"
Exclusive interview with Indian badminton player PC Thulasi.
Saina Nehwal becomes World No.1 again
Saina Nehwal becomes World No.1 again
Saina Nehwal climbs one spot to become World no.1 again.
Tata Open India International Challenge 2014 – Day 2
Tata Open India International Challenge 2014 – Day 2
Tata Open India International Challenge 2014 – Day 2
Is China's badminton dominance an impediment or an opportunity for Indian players?
Is China's badminton dominance an impediment or an opportunity for Indian players?
Is China's badminton dominance an impediment or an opportunity for Indian players?
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