• Lee Hyun Il advances, Jan Jorgensen exits French Open

    Paris: Former World No. 1 and unseeded men's singles player Lee Hyun-il of Korea has turned back the clock with an outrageously sublime display to reach the French Open semifinals.Jan Jorgensen needs to work harder in order to get to the top of the badminton world. (photo: AFP)

    Jan Jorgensen needs to work harder in order to get to the top of the badminton world. (photo: AFP)

  • New Zealand Badminton Open finals takeaways: Upsets, joys and disappointments

    Auckland: The New Zealand Badminton Open tournament had several upsets and thrilling games that made for a nail-biting last day of action.

    The first upset was created by Taiwan's sixth seed, Wang Tzu Wei who defeated his top-seeded compatriot Hsu Jen Hao to take the men's singles title 21-9 21-13.Renuga Veeran/Rosie Tang (AUS) claim doubles crown in Auckland by defeating Mami Naito/Shizuka Matsuo (JPN) 21-13, 10-21, 21-18

    Renuga Veeran/Rosie Tang (AUS) claim doubles crown in Auckland by defeating Mami Naito/Shizuka Matsuo (JPN) 21-13, 10-21, 21-18

  • Arvind Bhat loses in New Zealand Badminton Open Semifinals

    India's Arvind Bhat became one of the casualties in the New Zealand Badminton Open semi-final due to the unreasonable playing arrangements, where players played quarter-finals and semi-finals all in one day.Arvind Bhat loses in semi-finals of New Zealand Open badminton

    Arvind Bhat loses in semi-finals of New Zealand Open badminton

    The German Open champion lost to top-seeded Hsu Jen Hao of Chinese Taipei in the semifinals 21-14, 21-9 to Hsu in a 33-minute match.

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