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Shuttlers face major challenge

Thailand's top badminton players Ratchanok Intanon and Boonsak Ponsana will face tough tasks in the individual events. The Badminton Association of Thailand (BAT) is desperate to win a medal in Incheon after the Thai shuttlers were eliminated in ... Bangkok Post, 1 month ago
Bangkok Post

Boonsak the latest to pull out from badminton Worlds

Thailand's Boonsak Ponsana is the latest singles shuttler to pull out from the World Championships. And with Boonsak out injured, many are assuming Lee Chong Wei's task of becoming the nation's first world champion has become much easier. But ... months ago Boonsak sidelined by injury  Bangkok Post2 months ago

Tien Minh cruises into third round of ASIAD 17

(VOV) - Vietnamese No.1 player Nguyen Tien Minh easily defeated Thai rival Boonsak Ponsana 2-0 in the men's badminton singles at the 2014 Asian Games (ASIAD 17) on September 25. It took Minh only 13 minutes to thrash Ponsana 21-10 in the first ...
 VOVNews4 weeks ago

Denmark Open badminton results

Following are the results of the third day at the Denmark Open 2014 badminton tournament, held in Odense, central Denmark, from Oct. 14 to 19 (prefix number denotes seeding): Men's singles: 2-Chen Long, China, bt Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk, ... week ago Chinese seeds untroubled at BWF Denmark Open in Odense  Modern Ghana1 week ago

Wang opens Odense defence

China's Wang - a two-time winner of the Badminton World Federation tournament in Odense - was too good for Zetchiri 21-12 21-10, to see the third seed safely through to the last 16. The only seeded casualty in the women's draw was sixth seed Bae ...
 Modern Ghana1 week ago Badminton: Wang opens Odense defence  Modern Ghana1 week ago
Bangkok Post

Khunying Patama to step down

Khunying Patama Leeswadtrakul said yesterday she would not seek another term as president of the Badminton Association of Thailand (BAT). Khunying Patama Leeswadtrakul with some of Thailand's national players. file photo Patama, who was ...
 Bangkok Post1 week ago

All set for big money badminton league to thrill

KUALA LUMPUR: The stage is set for the nation's first professional league the Kopiko Purple League (KPL) that will offer a cool RM2mil in total prize money. Several Olympic gold medal winners, world champions and world No. 1 players both ... weeks ago

Thai shuttlers face period of uncertainty as they rebuild after disappointment

Thai badminton is in a transitional period and needs time to make a comeback on the international stage, national coach Sompol Kookasemkij said yesterday. The Badminton Association of Thailand (BAT) expected that its 20-player squad would return ...
 Bangkok Post3 weeks ago

Ngoc beats Zvereva in World Championships

Vietnamese chess player Luu Ha Bich Ngoc was placed third in the World Youth Chess Championships' girls' U8 category in South Africa yesterday. Ngoc defeated Russia's Zvereva Margarita in the seventh round and scored 5.5 points. Davaakhuu Munkhzul ...
 VietNamNet Bridge4 weeks ago Evans In To Last 16 At World Championships  Irish Sports Council1 month ago

RI debutant relishes Games challenge

After barely breaking a sweat in his drubbing of a badminton rookie from Qatar, Ihsan Maulana Mustofa is looking to his next and more daunting challenge. Should I advance later, I may meet Lee Chong Wei. I am curious about playing against him out ...
 Jakarta Post4 weeks ago
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