Son of a SAI coach, Lakshya Sen joined the Bangalore Academy when he was only 10 and receives personal attention from Prakash Padukone.
Lakshya Sen hails from Almora district in Uttarakhand and has been training under the watchful eyes of Prakash Padukone since he was 10.
PV Sindhu said she will look to get back to her best ahead of the important tournaments such as All England and World Championship.
PV Sindhu brushed aside Indonesia's Gregoria Mariska in the summit clash, while Sameer Verma defeated B Sai Praneeth in a 44-minute final.
Olympic silver medallist P V Sindhu expectedly brushed aside Vaidehi Choudhari 21-15 21-11 in a lop-sided contest.
Sameer Verma rode on his powerful smashes to dish out a tricky game and stun Kristian Vittinghus 21-15 21-13 in a 35-minute clash.
Jwala Gutta, doubles badminton specialist, said that she was expecting to be acknowledged for her achievements.
Tan Kim Her believes Indian shuttlers are capable of not only qualifying in all doubles events but win medals at 2020 Olympics if given more time and exposure.
Sindhu had a stroll in the park as she reached the pre-quarterfinals of the Syed Modi with an easy 21-9 21-11 win over Anura Prabhudesai.
PV Sindhu hardly broke any sweat but defending champion Kidambi Srikanth had to toil hard to advance to the prequarterfinals.
Kidambi Srikanth saw off Lakhanee 15-21 21-7 21-14 in his opening match and will take on Zulhelmi Zulkiffli.
Mathias Boe said it was remarkable the way Carsten Mogensen fought back and hoped that they would be able to clinch their third England Championship title.