"No positive tests in the team anyone. We are ready for All England," India's Danish foreign coach Mathais Boe informed on Instagram.
Olympic silver medallist Sindhu will again be one of the top contenders but Saina Nehwal is nowhere near her best with just two quarterfinal finishes to show in the last two years.
Sindhu said her decision to move to Gachibowli Indoor Stadium is more to do with her preparations for the Tokyo Olympics.
The All England Championships was the final event on the BWF calendar to be played last year before all sporting activities came to a halt because of the pandemic.
The tournament is scheduled to be played in Birmingham from March 17-21.
Former top 10 player HK Vittinghus of Denmark on Friday shared a Taiwanese media report that a 10-year-old sports student, who was at the All England Championship, was diagnosed positive for COVID-19
A member of the support staff has also tested positive, leaving the players without much practice.
The season's first Super 1000 World Tour tournament is the last event before the Badminton World Federation's (BWF) suspension of all World Tour and sanctioned tournaments
PV Sindhu squandered a sparkling start as Nozomi Okuhara produced a rearguard action to outwit the Indian 12-21 21-15 21-13 in a 68-minute last-eight encounter...
Kiren Rijiju said that Indian players who had taken part in competitions held at the 'seven notified countries,' as well as athletes from those nations coming...
Lakshay Sen went down to world number seven Victor Axelsen 17-21 18-21 in a hard-fought All England Championships second-round battle
PV Sindhu will now clash with Korean Sung Ji Hyun for a place in the quarterfinals of the All England Badminton
While PV Sindhu, who is almost assured of an Olympic berth, will look to end India's nearly two-decade-old title jinx at the All England Championship
The coronavirus has wreaked havoc on the international calendar of various sports across the globe and the concerns over the rapid spread of the deadly virus...
A former finalist, Saina couldn't find answers to the deceptive strokeplay of the World No 1 Taiwanese, going down 15-21 19-21 in the 37 minutes
Sindhu, who was beaten by Sung Ji twice in last three meetings, lost 16-21, 22-20, 18-21 despite saving as many as eight match points
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