Korea Open Archive

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    KOREA OPEN Finals – Boe/Mogensen win again ‘at home’

    Boe/Mogensen prevented the Korea Open from becoming the 4th Superseries tournament to experience a Chinese title sweep, taking their second men’s doubles title in Seoul. By Don Hearn, Badzine Correspondent live in Seoul.  Photos: Yves...

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    KOREA OPEN Finals – No 4th for Lee Chong Wei

    Chen Long denied Lee Chong Wei a 4th title, winning the Korea Open in his first finals appearance in Seoul. By Don Hearn, Badzine Correspondent live in Seoul.  Photos: Yves Lacroix for Badmintonphoto (live) Even...

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    KOREA OPEN SF – Danes in 4th final, Chong Wei in 6th

    Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen edged past Endo/Hayakawa and into their fourth Korea Open final, looking for their second title. By Don Hearn, Badzine Correspondent live in Seoul.  Photos: Yves Lacroix for Badmintonphoto (live) The...

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    KOREA OPEN SF – Ratchanok denies Korea’s last finalist hopeful

    For the first time in the lifetime of the Korea Open – or Sung Ji Hyun – there will be no Korean participation on finals day as Ratchanok Intanon booked her first appearance in a...

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    KOREA OPEN QF – All England champions shown the door

    All England champions Liu Xiaolong / Qiu Zihan were dumped from the Victor Korea Open quarter-finals, which also saw the ouster of home favourites Lee Yong Dae and Yoo Yeon Seong. By Don Hearn, Badzine...

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    KOREA OPEN QF – Southern quartet powers into semis

    Thailand sent two to the semis at the Victor Korea Open to join Lee Chong Wei and Indonesia’s Maheswari/Polii on a chilly Friday in Seoul. By Don Hearn, Badzine Correspondent live in Seoul.  Photos: Yves...

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    KOREA OPEN R16 – Bae serves China only 2nd loss

    Bae Yeon Ju provided a ray of light in an otherwise dismal day for the home team at the 2014 Victor Korea Open Superseries, becoming only the second player this week to fend of a...

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    KOREA OPEN R32 – China gets into the upset business

    2014 started off with a red-letter day for China, as underdogs and favourites alike advanced with only a World Champion standing in the way of a perfect 18. By Don Hearn, Badzine Correspondent live in...

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