All England Open: Viktor Axelsen Claims Men’s Title, Tai Tzu Ying Wins Women’s Competition

 March 16, 2020   kridangan

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Taiwan’s Tai Tzu-ying beat Chinese world number one Chen Yufei 21-19, 21-15 to win the All England badminton Championship for the third. Tai, seeded second, was on a revenge mission in Birmingham after losing last year’s final against Chen. The 25-year-old’s previous All England titles came in 2017 and 2018 and she clinched a third in impressive […]

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Malaysia Super Series badminton: Ajay Jayaram knocks out world No 2 Viktor Axelsen

 April 6, 2017   kridangan

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Ajay Jayaram shocked India Open champion & Current Wold No2 Viktor Axelsen 9-21, 21-14, 21-19 to enter the quarterfinals of Malaysia Open Super Series. Ajay Jayaram is the only Indian shuttler remain in the tournament as Saina & PV Sindhu lost their matches yesterday. Ajay Jayaram, who is currently ranked world No 20 in Badminton […]

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Viktor Axelsen

2016 Dubai World Super-Series Finals: Viktor Axelsen Beats World No.1 Lee Chong Wei

 December 19, 2016   R K Gupta

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On Friday, while India’s PV Sindhu accounted for women’s world no.1 Carolina Marin in Dubai’s World Super-Series Finals, Denmark’s Viktor Axelsen did the same in men’s singles. The Dane played a remarkably fast game against Malaysia’s world no.1 Lee Chong Wei and won for the first time in his 10 encounters with the celebrated Malaysian. […]

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Japan Open Final Lin Dan

In 2015 Japan Open Final China’s Lin Dan Plays Denmark’s Viktor Axelsen with Women’s Singles To Be an All-Japanese Affair Between Okuhara and Yamaguchi

 September 13, 2015   R K Gupta

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It is Lin Dan versus Viktor Axelsen in men’s singles final in Tokyo on Sunday. In Saturday’s first men’s singles semifinal, China’s no.5 seed Lin Dan fended off Indonesia’s Tommy Sugiarto in two games to prove his long-held superiority. In the other semifinal, Denmark’s Viktor Axelsen also took two sets in beating Taiwan’s Chou Tien […]

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Swiss Grand Prix

Chinese Supremacy in Basel as Swiss Grand Prix Gold Tournament Ends

 March 18, 2014   R K Gupta

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Badminton is one sport, which continues to have an Asian dominance and try as they may; Europeans and Americans have failed to match the shuttling skills of the Chinese, Koreans, Indonesians, Malaysians, Japanese and Indians. But among Asians too, it is difficult to match the over-zealous Chinese, who have an incredibly vast reserves of male […]

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