Chen ends Yamaguchi’s hopes of 2nd All England Open title

World no 1 and reigning champion Akane Yamaguchi beaten by china's champion Chen Yufei in women's singles semifinals at all England Badminton Open. The 2019 champion reached the final 21-17, 21-8 after 37 minutes.
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3 days ago

All England Open 2023 Badminton: Li Shifeng and An Se-young win singles finals in Birmingham - Sunday 19 March 2023

Li Shifeng beats Shi Yuqi in men's singles final at 2023 all England open. The 21-year-old was brimming with confidence and needed just 17 minutes to wrap it up 21-5. He had the better of two net exchanges to save both game points.
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3 days ago

All England Open: An Se Young ends 27-year Korean wait for singles champion, beats Chen Yufei in final - India Today

The 21-year-old defeated china's reigning champion Chen Yufei in a three-game thriller 21-17, 10-21, 21-19 to win the women's singles title in Birmingham. An se Young beat the former world no. 1 Tai Tzu Ying in the semi-final that extended to an hour and 22 minutes.
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3 days ago

South Korea's An Se Young bags women's title at All England Open

An se Young beat 25-year-old Chen Yu Fei of china 21-17, 10-21, 21-19 in a battling women's final. The all-england event contributes towards potential qualification. China has dominated Olympic badminton since 1992.
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3 days ago

All England Open 2023 Badminton: Semi-final score updates and results, Saturday 18 March 2023

The 2023 All England Open is the world's oldest badminton tournament. China's shi Yuqi beats former champions Lee Zii Jia 21-19, 21-13. The 2018 champion has won four of the next five points to take the lead.
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4 days ago

"It takes time mentally even though you are fit" - PV Sindhu following her R1 loss at All England Open

PV Sindhu suffered a hairline fracture on her left ankle at the all England open. The two-time gold medalist is undergoing a change in her coaching set-up. She has teamed up with south Korea's Park Tae-Sang.
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1 weeks ago

PV Sindhu's Losing Run Continues, Shuttler Crashes Out Of All England Open In Just The 1st Round

PV Sindhu lost 17-21 11-21 in the women's singles contest on friday. The world number nine lost to Zhang Yi Man of china in straight games. This is the third time she has lost her first round match this year.
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1 weeks ago

All England Open Badminton: HS Prannoy, Lakshya Sen advance

Lakshya Sen defeated world No. 5 Chou Tien Chen in his first round men's singles match. HS Prannoy beat Chinese Taipei's world no. 24 Wang Tzu Wei in his opening encounter at the All England Open 2023 badminton championships in Birmingham on march 14.
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1 weeks ago

All England Open Badminton Championships 2023: All results and scores, complete list - day one, 14 March 2023

The top badminton players from across the globe are in Birmingham, England, UK for the All England Open starting Tuesday (14 March) the men's world and Olympic champion Viktor Axelsen dropped the first game in his title defence against an inspired Lee Cheuk Yiu of Hong Kong, China. The Dane won the second 21-15 - including an incredible net drop shot for 19-14.
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1 weeks ago

All England Open: Indian shuttlers face daunting challenge - Preview, Schedule, Squad, Where to Watch, LIVE Streaming

World no. 12 HS Prannoy will face china's Han Yue at the 2019 all England Open. MR Arjun will pair up with his men's doubles partner Dhruv Kapila to take on the seventh-seeded Thai pair.
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1 weeks ago

World number one Viktor Axelsen out of Malaysia Masters to 'rest and recharge'-Sports News , Firstpost

World number one Viktor Axelsen withdraws from Malaysia Masters starting Tuesday. Axelsen won his fifth title at Malaysia Open this season after already claiming the All England Open, European Championships and Indonesia Open and Masters titles. Dane is on a remarkable 32-match unbeaten run that has seen him sweep to three consecutive titles on the Badminton World Federation tour.
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8 months ago