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Top badminton players will compete in the 2015 Australian Open to win points and boost their chances of Olympic qualification
Rio 2016

Top badminton players will compete in the 2015 Australian Open...

From now on, every point counts. Badminton players hoping to compete for a medal at Rio 2016 can now win points to boost their world rankings and their hopes of qualification for the Olympics. Starting on 5 May 2015 and running until 1 May 2016, ... Rio 2016, 3 days ago

Japan eliminate Denmark

DONGGUAN, China: Japan eliminated Denmark in a neck and neck battle at the Sudirman Cup yesterday after winning a nail-biting women's double match and will play against South Korea in the semi-finals. Denmark put up a spirited fight but fell 2-3 ...
 Gulf Daily News1 week ago Japan shows door to Denmark in Sudirman Cup  Arab News1 week ago Japan shuttlers knock Denmark out of Sudirman Cup  Malay Mail1 week ago Badminton: Japan eliminates Denmark from Sudirman  Yahoo Philippines News1 week ago
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Indonesia upbeat against Chinese Taipei in quarterfinals

Indonesia's badminton team expressed its optimism about its chances of beating Chinese Taipei in the quarterfinals of the Sudirman Cup on Friday. Our opponent Chinese Taipei is not a heavyweight but also not an easy opponent, said team manager ...
 Jakarta Post2 weeks ago Indonesia vies for win over unrelenting Denmark  Jakarta Post2 weeks ago

Frost still have faith in Chong Wei

Frost looks on as Lee carries his son, Kingston, before departing for Dongguan on Wednesday. — Picture by Bernama PETALING JAYA, May 10 —Morten Frost has thrown his support behind Datuk Lee Chong Wei to land his first victory in eight months as ...
 Malay Mail2 weeks ago

Lee Chong Wei returns to action

A chastened at the Sudirman Cup on Sunday after a doping case which threatened to put paid to his career and Olympic title ambitions. The long-time world number one will lead Malaysia in Dongguan, China, two weeks after escaping with a backdated ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News2 weeks ago Badminton: Scandal-hit Lee Chong Wei begins long road to Olympics  Channel NewsAsia3 weeks ago Sudirman Cup: Lee Chong Wei starts on road to Olympics  Malay Mail3 weeks ago Badminton: Dope-ban Lee starts on road to Olympics  Yahoo Philippines News3 weeks ago
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Boe and Mogensen lead Danish Badminton team at Baku 2015

Baku, May 6, AZERTAC Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen will be leading the way for Danish Badminton at Baku 2015. Denmark is by far the top Badminton nation in Europe but many of the country's biggest names will not compete at the Baku 2015 ...
 Azartac3 weeks ago

The 'cookie' crumbles for Denmark's top badminton players

KUALA LUMPUR: Denmark have dropped five key players for next month's Sudirman Cup due to a sponsorship dispute. Mathias Boe-Carsten Morgensen (men's doubles), Camilla Pedersen-Kamilla Rytter Juhl (women's doubles) and Joachim Fischer ...
 TheStar.com.my1 month ago
Goa Herald

Race to qualify for Dubai World Superseries finals heats up

(MENAFN - Khaleej Times) Multiple world and Olympic medalist and former Superseries title holder Lin missed qualification for Dubai last year after an extended break from competition. Carolina Marin takes top spot in the Destination Dubai ...
 MENAFN1 month ago Qualification race for Dubai Superseries heats up  Goa Herald1 month ago

Last wo(men) standing at the Malaysian Open

KUALA LUMPUR: It's now in the hands of Woon Khe Wei and Vivian Hoo to salvage Malaysia's pride. On Thursday, the pair fought tooth and nail to beat Indonesia's Anggia Shitta Awanda-Mahadewi Istirani Ni Ketut 21-9, 18-21, 21-18 to reach the ...
 TheStar.com.my1 month ago Vivian hopes to be on song with Khe Wei in Indian Open  TheStar.com.my2 months ago

Denmark's mixed pair can't get enough of Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR: Home may not necessarily be where you are born. And Denmark's mixed doubles pair Joachim Fischer Nielsen-Christinna Pedersen seems to have found their second home some 6,708 miles away right here in Malaysia. We just love it here ...
 TheStar.com.my1 month ago
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