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Saina, Kashyap, Srikanth in quarterfinals
Times of India

Chinese shuttlers sweep golds at Denmark Open

Chinese shuttlers Chen Long and Li Xuerui won the men's and women's singles titles as their country swept all the gold medals at the $600,000 Denmark Open Super Series Premier at the Odense Sports Park here. Reigning World Champion Chen Long ... Siasat Daily, 2 months ago
Chinese sweep golds at Denmark Open Gulf News, 2 months ago
China's Chen extends his reign Gulf News, 11 hours ago

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Chinese players dominate French Open semis

Chinese Li Xuerui returns to Thai Porntip Buranaprasertsuk during the women's single match of the preliminary round of the Denmark Open 2014 championships in Odense, Denmark on Oct 15, 2014. (AFP PHOTO / Scanpix Denmark/ CLAUS FISKER DENMARK OUT) ...
 China Daily Asia1 month ago Chinese women dominate French Open semis month ago XINHUA - Chinese women dominate French Open semis (updated)  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago

Minh returns to world top 20

HA NOI (VNS) — The nation's top player, Nguyen Tien Minh, has returned to world top 20, according to the Badminton World Federation. While Minh did not score any remarkable victories in international competitions in the last two months, he ...
 Viet Nam News32 minutes ago Minh climbs back into the world top 20  VOVNews2 days ago

Olympic badminton preview

Badminton belongs to Asia. Its countries won all 15 available medals in Beijing; China led the way with eight, including three golds. Asia has claimed 90.8 percent of all badminton medals (69 of 76) since the sport debuted at the Barcelona Games in ...
 SI.com3 days ago

ANALYSIS-Sport-Spanish women shine in dark year for men

By Iain Rogers MADRID, Dec 16 (Reuters) - In a year when the men's soccer and basketball teams flopped on the biggest stage and Rafa Nadal's season was wrecked by injury and illness, it was the women who helped protect Spain's reputation as a ...
 Yahoo Philippines News5 days ago Spanish women shine in dark year for men  Yahoo! Singapore3 days ago

Duo Shuttle Final Dream

HYDERABAD: At stake is a total prize money of $1,000,000, the highest ever offered in the history of the badminton's Super Series Masters Finals. This year two Indians will appear in the Finals at Dubai, starting on Wednesday. The top-eight singles ...
 New Indian Express5 days ago
Macau Daily Times

China clean sweeps Player of the Year Awards; Akane named most promising star

Dubai: The best badminton players in the world gathered at a gala reception to recognize the BWF Players of the Year, ahead of the season-ending BWF Destination Dubai World Superseries Finals on Monday. Action in the Superseries Finals kicks off ...
 The Gulf Today5 days ago Sports | Badminton open features world champion and many promising players  Macau Daily Times1 month ago

BWF awards see Chinese claim individual honours

World champion Chen Long credits team effort for personal success Dubai: China swept the best men's and women's player awards at a BWF (Badminton World Federation) reception ahead of the Destination Dubai World Superseries Finals on Monday night.
 Gulf News5 days ago BWF awards see Chinese claim top individual honours  Gulf News5 days ago

Tai determined to break Chinese domination in World Superseries Finals

DUBAI: Chinese Taipei's Tai Tzu Ying has revealed her blueprint for ending the Chinese stranglehold on the BWF Destination Dubai World Superseries Finals trophy. Runner-up in the Superseries Finals to Li Xuerui in 2013, 20-year-old Tai, who ...
 The Gulf Today1 week ago Tai looks to break Chinese grip on Superseries  Gulf News1 week ago

Intanon predicts tough fight in Superseries Finals

DUBAI: Nineteen-year-old prodigy Ratchanok Intanon of Thailand, who made history last year by becoming the youngest female badminton world champion ever, has said the upcoming BWF Destination Dubai World Superseries Finals will be tough from the ...
 The Gulf Today1 week ago Intanon ready to display world championship winning form in Dubai  7 Days in Dubai1 week ago
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