Superseries Archive

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    SINGAPORE OPEN Finals – Simon finds his ‘Wei’ back to a Superseries title

    Simon Santoso stole the spotlight at the 2014 OUE Singapore Open Superseries, when he beat world #1 and tournament favourite Lee Chong Wei. With an impressive 21-15, 21-10 victory, Santoso clinched his first Superseries title...

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    SINGAPORE OPEN SF – Simon the comeback kid

    Simon Santoso beat the odds and emerged as one of the men’s singles finalists of Singapore Open Superseries 2014. He conquered the 5th-seeded Chinese shuttler Du Pengyu 16-21, 21-17, 21-17. By Serla Rusli and Seria...

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    SINGAPORE OPEN QF – Kim/Yoo seize the day

    Kim Sa Rang / Yoo Yeon Seong finished the quarter-finals of Singapore Open Superseries today on a high note that left the Korean supporters cheering. They conjured a spectacular win over first seeds and world...

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    SINGAPORE OPEN R16 – Danny and Vanessa make it up for locals

    The host country managed to clinch a spotlight in the quarter-finals of Singapore Open Superseries, thanks to their unstoppable mixed doubles duo Danny Bawa Chrisnanta / Vanessa Neo, who defeated Sudket Prapakamol / Saralee Thungthongkam...

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    SINGAPORE OPEN R32 – Mixed feelings for Singapore

    Home ground women’s doubles duo Shinta Mulia Sari and Yao Lei, along with mixed doubles Danny Bawa Chrisnanta / Vanessa Neo Yu Yan and men’s singles shuttler Derek Wong, kept the Singapore flag flying by...

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    INDIA OPEN Finals – Three flags flying

    The pride of three badminton nations stood atop the highest step of the podium in New Delhi but Indian spectators were the biggest winners of the day by being treated to the best finals action...

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    INDIA OPEN SF – It takes two

    The men’s singles semi-finals in New Delhi were the pinnacle of awe inspiring badminton with the longer of the match ups between China and Denmark demonstrating perfectly why this sport ought never to be struck...

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    INDIA OPEN SF – Ha Na not enough for Kim

    Korea’s Kim Ha Na could be dancing around to Spandau Ballet’s other signature song on Sunday. Badzine correspondent Aaron Wong explains why. Photos: Badmintonphoto (live) Mixed Doubles: Tense versus Untense Badminton’s Kim Ha Na of...

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