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BWF women's singles rankings

Following are the latest : 1. Li Xuerui, China 2. Wang Shixian, China 3. Wang Yihan, China 4. Ratchanok Intanon, Thailand 5. Sung Ji Hyun, South Korea 6. Bae Yeon Ju, South Korea 7. Tai Tzu Ying, Chinese Taipei 8. Saina Nehwal, India 9. China.org.cn, 1 month ago

Chong Wei's real test begins now

Last Malaysian standing Lee Chong Wei will meet China's Wang Zhengming in the quarter-finals of the badminton World Championships in Denmark. - BERNAMA COPENHAGEN: All his team-mates have fallen by the wayside. Several top seeds have also tumbled ...
 TheStar.com.my8 hours ago Malaysia's Lee moves on, champion Intanon beaten  Gulf News6 hours ago Malaysia`s Lee moves on, champion Intanon dethroned  ZeeNews.com23 hours ago Badminton: Malaysia's Lee moves on, champion Intanon dethroned  Asiaone13 hours ago
New Indian Express

World Badminton Championships kicks off in Copenhagen

COPENHAGEN: The 2014 World Badminton Championships kicked off on Monday at Ballerup Super Arena, with China's Wang Zhengming netting the first score. Wang, the 6th seed and China's No. 2 player, beat Poland's Michal Rogalski 21-15, 21-12 in 35 ...
 Daily Times3 days ago 2014 World Badminton Championships kicks of in Copenhagen  China.org.cn4 days ago Saina Revival Raises India Hopes  New Indian Express4 days ago
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2014 World Badminton Championships results

Following are the results of the fourth day competition at the 2014 World Badminton Championships in Copenhagen on Thursday (prefix number denotes seeding): Men' s singles: 1-Lee Chong Wei, Malaysia, bt Scott Evans, Ireland, 21-11, 21-12 2-Chen ...
 China.org.cn20 hours ago Results of 2014 World Badminton Championships  Xinhua News Agency1 day ago 2014 Badminton World Championships: Indian women's draw and their chances  Yahoo! India4 days ago (Sports)Latest world badminton rankings for women's singles  China.org.cn1 month ago

Defending champion Intanon suffers early exit (updated)

Thai defending champion Ratchanok Intanon suffered an early exit at Thursday's Badminton World Championships in Denmark after losing to Japanese Minatsu Mitani 2- 1 just before the quarter-finals of the women's singles. Ratchanok had been ...
 China.org.cn22 hours ago
Malay Mail

Lee joins top rivals in last 16

COPENHAGEN: World number one Lee Chong Wei marched on in his bid for an elusive world championship title as he strolled into the last 16 to follow suit with his leading rivals in Copenhagen yesterday. The Malaysian top seed, runner-up at the ...
 Gulf Daily News1 day ago Lee Chong Wei joins main rivals in last 16 at BWF World Championships  Malay Mail1 day ago Lee joins main rivals in last 16 at worlds  Yahoo! News2 days ago Lee joins main rivals in last 16  Saudi Gazette20 hours ago
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No surprise as shuttlers make merry

CHINA continued to show its dominance on Wednesday as two more of its women made the last 16 of the singles at the world championships in Copenhagen, Denmark. Leading the way was Wang Yihan, the winner of the world title three years ago, who ...
 Shanghai Daily1 day ago China continues dominance at badminton worlds  Japan Today1 day ago
MSN Philippines

Jorgensen breezes through into last 16 at worlds

COPENHAGEN Denmark's Jan O Jorgensen continued his quest to end China's dominance at the badminton world championships as he breezed into the last 16 of the men's singles in Copenhagen on Wednesday. Third seed Jorgensen, his confidence boosted by ...
 Oman Tribune1 day ago Jorgensen remains on course at worlds  Shanghai Daily2 days ago Badminton: Dane Jorgensen marches on at worlds  Yahoo Philippines News2 days ago Dane Jorgensen marches on at badminton worlds  Yahoo!Xtra2 days ago
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Weekly Voice

Saina hopes BWF will set limit to China's women shuttlers

COPENHAGEN: Limit and conquer. Olympic Games bronze medallist Saina Nehwal of India wants the Badminton World Federation (BWF) to limit the number of women's singles players from China in all international tournaments in a bid to end their ...
 TheStar.com.my2 days ago Saina Wins Australian Open  Weekly Voice1 month ago Saina Nehwal, Breaking the Chinese Wall Down Under  NDTV1 month ago Australian Badminton Open: Saina Nehwal becomes the first non-Chinese player to win Super Series in 2014  Yahoo! India2 months ago
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New Indian Express

India aim for elusive championship glory

By Gaurav Kalra It was a dream run that captivated a nation. 18-year old PV Sindhu announced her arrival on the world stage with a sparkling performance at last year's World championships in Guangzhou. By the time she was beaten in the semifinals ...
 Economic Times4 days ago Hope to Go One Better This Time: Sindhu  New Indian Express1 week ago
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