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    ASIAN CHAMPS – All top men but 1 fall on Day 1

    Boonsak Ponsana was one of the unfortunates as Korea’s Son Wan Ho was the only men’s singles seed to survive the 1st round at the 2014 Badminton Asia Championships in Gimcheon. By Don Hearn.  Photos:...

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    EURO CHAMPS Day 1 – Former silver medallist bites the dust

    Henri Hurskainen was the biggest casualty of the first day of the European Individual Championships which kicked off in Kazan, Russia. The Swede, silver medallist in 2012, was sent packing  by Belgium’s Yuhan Tan. By...

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    Indian League could be postponed

    According to different media sources in India, the Indian Badminton League (IBL) could be postponed to a later date instead of the September-October slot it currently occupies on the event schedule. The dates clash with...

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    China masters the CHINA MASTERS

    China didn’t allow the guests to even show up on court for finals day at the China Masters Grand Prix Gold as the entire docket on Sunday featured nothing but Chinese players. By Angga Maulana...

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    NEW ZEALAND OPEN Finals – A second for Oceania!

    New Zealand and Australia may share many rivalries, but both had a common cause to celebrate when a Grand Prix title landed at the feet of Oceania Badminton. By Kira Rin, Badzine Correspondent live in...

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    WORLD JUNIORS Finals – Chen, Huang, and Akane repeat!

    China bagged 3 World Junior individual titles for the first time in 7 years, with Chen Qingchen contributing 2 of them in Stadium Abdul Halim, Alor Setar. Story and photos by Chee Ying Fan, Badzine...

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    NEW ZEALAND OPEN SF – Raising the Southern Cross

    3 countries book 3 titles each while Tang He Tian gets a shot at nabbing a 2nd Grand Prix title for herself and for Oceania. By Kira Rin, Badzine Correspondent live in Auckland.  Photos: Jiacen...

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    NEW ZEALAND OPEN Day 3 – Rising Sun over the land of sheep

    Thursday at the SKYCITY New Zealand Open was a hard day for Oceania Badminton with all but one pair falling as each field was narrowed from 16 to 4, while Japan raised the sun over...

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