• Lee Chong Wei drops to 17th, Li Xuerui retakes No. 1 in BWF ranking

    Kuala Lumpur: In the latest Badminton World Federation (BWF) rankings released on Thursday, Lee Chong Wei has dropped to 17th spot, while reigning Olympic women's singles champion Li Xuerui has retaken the top spot from Saina Nehwal.Wish Lee Chong Wei best of luck at his hearing, we want Lee Chong Wei!

    Wish Lee Chong Wei best of luck at his hearing, we want Lee Chong Wei!

  • Carolina Marin outlasts Li Xuerui to win Malaysia Open crown

    Kuala Lumpur: World No. 2 women's singles player Carolina Marin of Spain won her maiden Malaysia Open title on Sunday. Marin got the better of China's Olympic champion Li Xuerui in the women's singles final 19-21, 21-19, 21-17 in an hour and 11 minutes.Carolina Marin recovers from a set down to win the Malaysia Open

    Carolina Marin recovers from a set down to win the Malaysia Open

  • Malaysia Open: Li Xuerui set final rematch with Carolina Marin

    Kuala Lumpur: World No. 3 Li Xuerui of China beat World No. 1 shuttler Saina Nehwal 13-21, 21-17, 22-20 in a 3-set thriller that lasted an hour and eight minutes at the $500,000 Malaysia Open Superseries Premier in Kuala Lumpur on Saturday.

    The Chinese felt huge relief after prevailed in the tightly contested semi-final.Looking forward to the Li Xuerui vs Carolina Marin match-up in Malaysia Open final

    Looking forward to the Li Xuerui vs Carolina Marin match-up in Malaysia Open final

  • All England: Li Xuerui loses, Lin Dan & Chen Long march on

    Birmingham: At 183 cm, and given the amount of versatility, speed and strength, Sun Yu (20) proved herself as the women's singles future for China when she nabbed the All England quarter-finals berth by defeating women's singles top seed Li Xuerui 21-13, 21-13 in just 35 minutes.Lin Dan talks to reporters after Thursday's match (photo: Reuters)

    Lin Dan talks to reporters after Thursday's match (photo: Reuters)

  • Chou Tien Chen beats Wang Zhengming to win French Open

    Paris: World number 13 Taiwanese Chou Tien-chen, won the French Open on Sunday by defeating Wang Zhengming of China 10-21, 25-23 and 21-19 after a 3-set men's singles final thriller at the Coubertin stadium.

    Wang Zhengming who held a 2-0 career meeting record against Chou Tien Chen prior to the final, got off to a good start to break Chou Tien Chen in the first game by taking a 7-2 lead, and continued his dominance to win the first set 21- 10 easily.Chou Tien Chen defeats Wang Zhengming to win French Open title

    Chou Tien Chen defeats Wang Zhengming to win French Open title

  • Chou Tien Chen vs Wang Zhengming in French Open men's final

    Paris: Chinese Taipei's unseeded Chou Tien Chen, who stunned Jan O Jorgensen in the opening round, continued his startling run in French Open to overcome fourth-seeded Tommy Sugiarto 14-21, 21-18, 21-19in the men's singles semi-final of French Open.Chou Tien Chen continues giant-killing run at French Open

    Chou Tien Chen continues giant-killing run at French Open

  • Chen Long, Li Xuerui win Denmark Open

    Odense: World No.2 badminton player Chen Long won the fourth gold medal for China at the men's singles final of Yonex Denmark Open on Sunday.

    Chen defeated Son Wan Ho of South Korea in two straight sets 21-17, 22-20.Chen Long (left) defended his BWF Denmark Open title by defeating Son Wan-ho in straight games

    Chen Long (left) defended his BWF Denmark Open title by defeating Son Wan-ho in straight games

  • Denmark Open: Li Xuerui, Chen Long advance to quarters

    Odense: Chinese pair Li Xuerui and Wang Shixian remained on a collision course for the BWF Denmark Open final, after second-round wins on Thursday.

    Li, top seed in the women's singles at the Badminton World Federation tournament in Odense, eased past Japan's Sayaka Takahashi 21-14 21-12 in 33 minutes.Li Xue Rui is going strong in Denmark Open

    Li Xue Rui is going strong in Denmark Open

  • Wang Yihan, Li Xuerui, Chen Long reach Denmark Open 2nd round

    Odense: Denmark Open women's singles defending champion Wang Yihan of China opened her 2014 campaign with a straight-games win over Bulgaria's Linda Zetchiri. She was too good for Zetchiri by winning 21-12 21-10.Wang Yihan is the two-time winner of the Denmark Open tournament in Odense

    Wang Yihan is the two-time winner of the Denmark Open tournament in Odense

  • Asian Games: Ahsan-Setiawan, Wang Yihan win gold

    Incheon: Men's doubles pair Mohammad Ahsan and Hendra Setiawan added to Indonesia's badminton gold medal haul on Sunday in the nation's best Asian Games for 16 years.Mohammad Ahsan-Hendra Setiawan win men's doubles at the Incheon Asian Games

    Mohammad Ahsan-Hendra Setiawan win men's doubles at the Incheon Asian Games

  • Asian Games Women's Team F: China defeat Korea 3-0

    Incheon: The Chinese team successfully defended the women's team title in the 2014 Incheon Asian Games on Sunday. Li Xuerui, Zhao Yunlei / Tian Qing and Wang Shixian of China, all had to overcome one set deficit to pull off comeback wins against their Korean rivals.China women's team wins its fifth consecutive Asian Games gold medal

    China women's team wins its fifth consecutive Asian Games gold medal

  • Lee,Li,and Lee seek redemption in Incheon Asian Games

    Kuala Lumpur: Do you know what Lee and Li have in common? Although they are spelled differently, they actually share the same meaning and refer to the same Chinese and Korean Hanja character - .Wish Lee Chong Wei, Li Xuerui and Lee Yong-dae good luck in Incheon

    Wish Lee Chong Wei, Li Xuerui and Lee Yong-dae good luck in Incheon

  • Carolina Marin, Chen Long win World titles

    Copenhagen (AFP) - Spain's Carolina Marin pulled off a monumental upset as she beat Chinese world number one Li Xuerui to win the women's singles title at the Badminton World Championships in Copenhagen on Sunday.Congratulations to Carolina Marin

    Congratulations to Carolina Marin

  • Li Xuerui vs Carolina Marin in women's singles final

    Copenhagen: On Saturday, top seed Li Xuerui of China ended the run of Japanese dynamo and 16th seed Minatsi Mitani to seal a return to the women’s singles final.Li Xuerui of China

    Li Xuerui of China

  • P.V. Sindhu reaches semis, Saina Nehwal crashes out

    Copenhagen: On Friday, P.V. Sindhu outlasted second seed Wang Shixian of China 19-21 21-19 21-15 with her gritty and gutsy performance to reach the women’s singles semifinals at the World Championships. Interestingly, Sindhu defeated the same opponent at 2013 World Championships to become the first Indian woman to win a medal at the prestigious tournament.P.V. Sindhu celebrates after her victory against Wang Shixian

    P.V. Sindhu celebrates after her victory against Wang Shixian

  • Saina Nehwal Breaks Chinese Super Series Monopoly

    Sydney: On Sunday, India's Saina Nehwal defeated Spain's Carolina Marin 21-18, 21-11 in 43 minutes to win the Australian Open. With the win, she became the first non-Chinese shuttler to win a women's singles Super Series title in 2014.

    Australian Open was the eighth Super Series tournament this year. The previous seven have all been taken by the top Chinese shuttlers.Saina Nehwal with the Australian Open Super Series Title in Sydney on Sunday

    Saina Nehwal with the Australian Open Super Series Title in Sydney on Sunday

  • Indonesia Open Final Results

    Jakarta: On Sunday, Denmark's Jan O. Jorgensen defeated Kenichi Tago to win the men’s singles title.

    In the women's singles final, world number one Li Xuerui of China defeated Ratchanok Intanon of Thailand 21-13, 21-13 in 37 minutes to win the title.Lee Yong dae- Yoo Yeon-seong has become the dominant force in men's doubles

    Lee Yong dae- Yoo Yeon-seong has become the dominant force in men's doubles

  • Indonesia Open: China dominated the quarter-finals

    Jakarta: Badminton powerhouse China dominated the Indonesia Open quarter-finals on Friday, with four doubles and three singles pounding through to the semi-finals.Wang Shixian together with her boyfriend - Chen Long are both in the semi-finals of Indonesia Open

    Wang Shixian together with her boyfriend - Chen Long are both in the semi-finals of Indonesia Open

    Women's top seed Li Xuerui of China beat India's Saina Nehwal in a tight first game but proved the faster and more dexterous in the second, ending the game at 22-20, 21-15.

  • Indonesia Open: Saina Nehwal cruises to quarters

    Jakarta: India's ace shuttler Saina Nehwal advanced into the women's singles quarterfinals of Indonesia Open Super Series.Saina Nehwal sails into quarters at Indonesia Open

    Saina Nehwal sails into quarters at Indonesia Open

  • Indonesian Open kicks off in Jakarta

    Jakarta -- The one-week Indonesia Open Super Series Premier badminton tournament kicked off in Indonesia's capital city Jakarta on Tuesday with the absence of China's Olympic and world champion Lin Dan.Indonesia Open kicks off without Super Dan

    Indonesia Open kicks off without Super Dan

    The tournament, offering 750,000 U.S. dollars in prizes has attracted more than 200 shuttlers including world No. 1 Lee Chong Wei of Malaysia and Chinese ace Li Xuerui from 27 countries and regions.

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