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Malaysia Open (Badminton)

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The Malaysia Open or Malaysia Super Series is an annual badminton tournament that has been held since 1973. It has been played in various locations such as Johor Bahru, Kota Kinabalu, Kuching, Penang, Selangor and Kuantan.

Since : 1937.
country : Malaysia.

For 2017 :

Men’s Singles

Winner Lin Dan (China).
Runner  Lee Chong Wei(Malaysia).

Women’s Singles

Winner : Tai Tzu – ying (Taiwan).
Runner : Carolina Marin(Spain).

Men’s Doubles

Winner Marcus Fernaldi (Indonesia)
Keven Sanjaya Sukamuljo (Indonesia).
Runner Li Junhui(China), Liu Yuchen(China).

Women’s Doubles

Winner : Yuki Fukishima (Japan), Sayaka Hirota (Japan).
Runner Huang Dongping (China), Li Yinhui(China).

Mixed Doubles

Winne: Zheng Siwei (China), Chen Qingchen (China)
Runner Tontowi Ahmad(Indonesia), Liliyana Natsir(Indonesia). 

Indonesia Open (Badminton)

The Indeonesia Open or Indonesia Super Series is an annual Badminton tournament organized by Persatuan Bulutangkis Seluruh Indonesia (PBSI) and held in Indonesia since 1982.

Since : 1982.
Country : Indonesia.

For 2017 :

Men’s Singles

Winner : Srikanth Kidambi (India).
Runner : Kazumasa Sakai (Japan).

Women’s Singles

Winner : Sayaka Sato (Japan).
Runner : Sung Ji-hyun(South Korea).

Men’s Doubles

Winner : Li Junhui (China),  Liu Yuchen (China).
Runner : Huang Kaixiang(China), Wang Yilyu(China).

Women’s Doubles

Winner : Chen Qingchen (China),  Jia Yifan (China)
Runner Yuki Fukushima(Japan) , Sayaka Hirota(Japan).

Mixed Doubles

Winner : Liliyana Natsir(Indonesia).
Runner Zheng Siwei (China), Chen Qingchen(China).

Singapore Open (Badminton)

The Singapore Open or Singapore Super Series is an Badminton event that has been held in Singapore annually since 1987.

Since : 1987
Country  : Singapore

For 2017 :

Men’s Singles 

Winner : B Sai Praneeth (India)
Runner Srikanth Kidambi(India)

Women’s Singles

Winner : Tai Tzu – ying (Taiwan)
Runner Carolina Marin(Spain)

Men’s Doubles

Winner : Mathias Boe (Denmark),  Carsten Mogensen (Denmark)
Runner : Li Junhui(China), Liu Yuchen(Chain)

Women’s Doubles

Winner : Kamilla Rytter Juhl (Denmark) Christinna Pedersen (Denmark)
Runner : Chang Ye-na(SouthKorea), Lee So-hee(SouthKorea)

Mixed Doubles

Winner : Lu Kai (China)
Huang Yaqiong (China)
Runner : Dechapol Puavaranukroh(Thailand), Sapsiree Taerattanachai(Thailand)

All England Open Badminton Championships

The All England Open Badminton Championships is the world’s oldest Badminton tournament, held annually in England.

Since: 1899
Country: England.

For 2017

Men’s Singles

Winner : Lee Chong Wei (Malaysia)
Runner : Shi Yuqi (China).

Women’s Singles

Winner : Tai Tzu – ying (Taiwan)
Runner : Rattchanok Intanon (Thailand)

Men’s Doubles

Winner : Marcus Fernaldi Gideon (Indonesia),  Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo (Indoneisa)
Runner : Li Junhui (China),  Liu Yuchen (China)



Women’s Doubles

Winner : Chang Ye – na (South Korea), Lee So – hee (South Korea)
Runner : Kamilla Rytter (Denmark), Christinna Pedersen (Denmark).

Mixed Doubles

Winner : Lu Kai (China)
Huang Yaqiong (China).
Runner : Peng Chan (Malaysia),  Liu Ying (Malaysia).

Thomas Cup (Men – Badminton)

The Thomas Cup, sometimes called the World’s Men’s Team Championships, is an international badminton competition among teams representing member nations of the Badminton World Federation (BWF)
The Championships have been conducted every two years since 1982.

Since : 1949
Founder : George Alan Thomas (England).

For 2016 (29th)

Winner : Denmark.
Runner : Indonesia.
Venue : Kushan Sports Centre, Jiangsu (China) 15 – 22 May 2016.
For 2018 : will be held in Bangkok (Thailand).

Uber Cup (Women – badminton)

The Uber Cup, sometimes called the World Team Championships for Women, is a major international badminton competition contested by women’s national badminton team
Named after a former British women’s badminton player, Betty Uber.

Since :1957.

For 2016

Winner : China.
Runner : Korea.
Venue : Kushan Sports Centre, Jiangsu (China) 15 – 22 May 2016.
For 2018 : will be held in Bangkok (Thailand).

Syed Modi International
(Badminton)

The Syed Modi International Badminton Championships (BWF Grand Prix Gold) is an international badminton tournament, which is held annually in India.

Since : 2009
Country : India

For 2017
Venue : Babu Banarasi Das Indoor Stadium, Lucknow 24 – 29 January 2017.

Men’s Singles

Winner : Sameer Varma (India).
Runner B. Sai Praneeth(India).

Women’s Singles

Winner : P V Sindhu (India).
Runner Gregoria Mariska(Indonesia).

Men’s Doubles

Winner : Mathias Boe (Denmark),  Carsten Mogensen (Denmark).
Runner Lu Ching-yao(Chinese Taipei), Yang Po-han(Chinese Taipei).

Women’s Doubles

Winner : Kamilla Juhl (Denmark), Christinna Pedersen (Denmark).
Runner Ashwini Ponnappa(India), N. Sikki Reddy(India).

Mixed Doubles

Winner : Pranaav Cherry Chopra (India), N Sikki Reddy (India).
Runner B. Sumeeth Reddy(India) ,  Ashwini Ponnappa(India).

Australian Open (Badminton)

The Australian Open in badminton is an international open held in Australia.

Since : 1989.
Country : Australia.

For 2017

Men’s Singles

Winner Srikanth Kidambi(India).
Runner : Chen Long(China).

Women’s Singles

Winner Nozomi Okuhara(Japan).
Runner Akane Yamaguchi(Japan).

Men’s Doubles

Winner Takeshi Kamura(Japan), Keigo Sonoda(Japan).
Runner Hendra Setiawan(Indonesia), Tan Boon Heong(Malaysia).

Women’s Doubles

Winner Misaki Matsutomo(Japan),  Ayaka Takahashi(Japan).

Runner : Kamilla Rytter Juhl (Denmark)Christinna Pedersen(Denmark).



Mixed Doubles

Winner Zheng Siwei(China), Chen Qingchen(China).

Runner : Praveen Jordan(Indonesia), Debby Susanto(Indonesia).

Trophies : Thamas Cup, Uber Cup, Sudirman Cup, NarangCupl, Mayer’s Cup, All England Cup, IBL, Rehamulla Cup, Aros Junior Cup, Challenge Cup,Related Terms:Drop, Dues, Smash, Love, Double fault, Touch base line, Back court, Bird, Carry, Clear, Centre line, Court, Drive, Kill, Rally.

Famous Players :SainaNehwal,P V Sindhu,K Srikanth.

 

By  Jillella Mahalaxmaiah ([email protected])

 

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