Korea Open Archive

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    KOREA OPEN Finals – Asian Games winners win first Superseries!

    Greysia Polii and Nitya Krishinda Maheswari returned to the country of their Asian Games gold to win the first Superseries of their career. By Don Hearn, Badzine Correspondent live in Seoul.  Photos: Yves Lacroix for...

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    KOREA OPEN Finals – Back to the top for Sung Ji Hyun!

    Sung Ji Hyun provided the only upset of the day, tying her opponent with two career Korea Open Superseries titles. By Don Hearn, Badzine Correspondent live in Seoul.  Photos: Yves Lacroix for Badmintonphoto (live) Sung...

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    KOREA OPEN Finals – Here’s a home Superseries title for Yoo

    Yoo Yeon Seong takes his first Korea Open title and Lee Yong Dae his 7th as they beat the two Kims to start off finals day. By Don Hearn, Badzine Correspondent live in Seoul.  Photos:...

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    KOREA OPEN SF – Ajay to take on Chen Long

    Ajay Jayaram pulled off the biggest upset on semi-finals day at the Korea Open, beating Chou Tien Chen to reach his first ever Superseries final. By Don Hearn, Badzine Correspondent live in Seoul.  Photos: Yves...

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    KOREA OPEN SF – Winning in Korea: Hooked on a feeling?

    Asian Games champions Maheswari and Polii were one of six Korea Open finalists who were in a final in their last outing on the peninsula and among four looking for consecutive titles. By Don Hearn,...

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    KOREA OPEN SF – Lee/Yoo oust defending champs

    Home favourites Lee Yong Dae and Yoo Yeon Seong survived a 100-minute marathon semi-final to keep defending champions Boe and Mogensen out of their fourth Korea Open final. By Don Hearn, Badzine Correspondent live in...

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    KOREA OPEN QF – Schooling the favourites

    China lost three seeded pairs in the quarter-finals of the Korea Open, as Korea’s new pairs Jung Kyung Eun / Shin Seung Chan and Jang Ye Na / Lee So Hee joined the Asian Games...

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    KOREA OPEN QF – World Champions down

    Men’s doubles stayed on seed until World Champions Hendra Setiawan and Mohammad Ahsan lost out to Korea’s Kim Ki Jung and Kim Sa Rang. By Don Hearn, Badzine Correspondent live in Seoul.  Photos: Yves Lacroix...

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