• Chou Tien Chen wins German Open

    Mulheim an der Ruhr: No. 6 seeds Chou Tien Chen of Taiwan who lost to two-time Olympic champion Lin Dan in the 2016 German Open final, lived up to his extravagant billing on Sunday, overcoming compatriot No. 14 seed Wang Tzu Wei to claim his first German Open title.Chou Tien Chen gets a good start in 2017 by winning the German Open. (photo:AP)

    Chou Tien Chen gets a good start in 2017 by winning the German Open. (photo:AP)

  • Chen Long loses in German Open semi-finals

    Mulheim an der Ruhr: No. 2 seed Chen Long has fallen short of a berth in the final of the German Open, beaten by Taiwanese and No. 14 seed Wang Tzu Wei on Saturday.Despite huge disappointment at German Open, Chen Long will shift his attention to the All England. (photo: AP)

    Despite huge disappointment at German Open, Chen Long will shift his attention to the All England. (photo: AP)

  • Wang Tzu-Wei's parents work at night market to help pay off his fine

    Taiwan: Despite an earlier promise not do fine Taiwanese players who failed to use the attire and equipment provided by Chinese Taipei Badminton Association’s official sponsor - Yonex, a newly surfaced audio recording revealed that some the Chinese Taipei Badminton Association officials still planned to impose punishment on some shuttlers.It's a shame that Chinese Taipei Badminton Association has caused unnecessary burden on Wang Tzu-Wei. (photo: Purple League)

    It's a shame that Chinese Taipei Badminton Association has caused unnecessary burden on Wang Tzu-Wei. (photo: Purple League)

  • 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

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