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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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    NEW ZEALAND OPEN Day 1 – The White tiger rises

    Former world #1 Lee Hyun Il was the winner of one of a trio of exciting matches on opening day of the 2014 SKYCITY New Zealand Open Grand Prix. By Kira Rin, Badzine Correspondent live...

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    MALAYSIA GPG – First trumps defense

    Singapore’s Chrisnanta and Triyachart picked up their first ever Grand Prix Gold title at the expense of Malaysia’s only finalists Sunday at the Malaysia Grand Prix Gold in Johor Bahru. By Don Hearn.  Photos: Badmintonphoto...

  • Former #1s bound for Changzhou and Auckland

    Former #1s bound for Changzhou and Auckland

    Two former world #1 shuttlers are bound for Auckland next month while a couple of Olympic gold medallists will appear in Changzhou the same week. The entry lists for both the SKYCITY New Zealand Open...

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    SWISS OPEN Finals – Europe denies Chinese clean sweep

    Viktor Axelsen and the Adcocks prevented China from going back home with all the five titles at the Swiss Open. Axselen, still only 20 years old, had to dig deep to defeat Tian Houwei. Gabrielle...

  • Koo Kien Keat joins Thai pro club Granular

    Koo Kien Keat joins Thai pro club Granular

    Malaysian daily The Star reported today that that former world #1 men’s doubles star Koo Kien Keat had joined the Thai badminton club Granular and that he and Ng Hui Lin would be playing in...

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    SWISS OPEN SF – Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose

    It was with varying degrees of success the Chinese shuttlers rounded off the semi-finals at the 2014 Badminton Swiss Open Grand Prix Gold. Despite the mixed results, China is already certain of two titles as...

  • SWISS OPEN – No major upsets so far

    SWISS OPEN – No major upsets so far

    After day 3 of the ongoing Swiss Open Grand Prix Gold in Basel, almost all favourites are still in the draws. If on day 2, a few seeded players were beaten (#7 MD Ko/Shin, #7XD...

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