• Surrey Smashers on top of National Badminton League

    England: Surrey Smashers surged to the top of England's National Badminton League in a nail biting style on December 1.

    The Guildford side needed men’s doubles pair Chris Langridge and Dean George to save five match points before they could make it two out of two victories in the new competition, beating Loughborough Sports 3-2.Surrey Smashers players celebrate after beat Loughborough Sport 3-2

    Surrey Smashers players celebrate after beat Loughborough Sport 3-2

  • University of Nottingham loses National Badminton League opener

    London: The University of Nottingham couldn’t make a winning start to their National Badminton League campaign.

    Playing their first match in the UK’s first ever professional league at the city’s Albert Hall, Nottingham were beaten 3-2 by MK Badminton.Serena Midah of University of Nottingham

    Serena Midah of University of Nottingham


  • England's national badminton league (NBL) to raise standards

    London: Olympic silver medallist Gail Emms insists the new National Badminton League (NBL) is the spark the sport needed to help Great Britain challenge for medals on the global stage.Gail Emms and Nathan Robertson (right)

    Gail Emms and Nathan Robertson (right)

  • Britain's first national badminton league starts in October

    Britain will have its own national badminton league this October that will set of rules and own set of format. A new format is intended to make matches shorter but the details have yet to be finalized.

    "Under the new rules, games will get to critical points quicker; it is going to be very exciting for the fans and the players. It's going to be non-stop action, and no-interruption to games," said Badminton England chief executive Adrian Christy.Chris and Gabby Adcock could be playing in the newly formed Britain's National Badminton League

    Chris and Gabby Adcock could be playing in the newly formed Britain's National Badminton League

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