Paris, France: The 5 matches of the final had only one long match (match of more than an hour) and no short match (match of less than 20 minutes).
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Paris, France: The tournament full of upsets, ended on the same note. Only Men’s Singles saw the higher seed win the final. In other events, two top seeds failed to win, 3rd seed also failed and finally only one player belonging to top 3 seeds emerged winner in one of the 5 events.
Paris, France: China is the undisputed leader of the Badminton World. Winning all 5 Gold Medals in the BWF World Championships 2010 in Paris, China asserted its supremacy over the Rest of the World and confirmed that others lag way behind when it comes to mental toughness.
Paris, France: China did the unexpected. It grabbed all 5 Golds for the 2nd time in the history of World Championships. They have earlier became the first team to win 5 Golds in 1987 Beijing World Championships.
Paris, France: The teams for the finals have been finalized. With this further speculation comes to an end, and the wait for winner starts. Many countries participated in the World Championships 2010 in Paris. Yet, the final will have representation from only 3 countries, all Asian. Here is a list of which countries reached Quarterfinal […]
Paris, France: The Badminton World Championships decided the finalists for all 5 events of the tournament. Many formiddable names were missing as only Women’s Doubles final represents the top 2 seeds. In fact the top seed in the Men’s Doubles is the only other top 2 seed to enter the finals of the event. Besides […]
Paris, France: Denmark sufferred another set back as the 4th seed Jin Chen of China defeated 2nd seed Danish Peter Hoeg Gade. Indonesian Taufik Hidayat won the other semifinal in the only semifinal of the day, where a Chinese player was not involved.
Paris, France: Women’s Doubles continued the run based on the seedings. The top two seeds won their semifinal to set a clash for final. Again an all-Chinese final. Women’s Doubles remained the only event of 2010 World Championships were the top 2 seeds entered the final.
Paris, France: The Chinese march continued and 2nd seed Indonesian pair of Markis Kido and hendra Setiawan has to surrender to the 5th seed Chinese pair. The top seed Malaysian pair of Kien Keat Koo and Boon Heong Tan are the other finalists.
Paris, France: After the two semifinal matches today, an all-Chinese Final resulted. 6th seed Hanbin He and Yang (Y) Yu will take on 8th seed Bo Zheng and Jin Ma in the final. Mixed Doubles Semifinal Results 1. Bo ZHENG & Jin MA  [CHN] def Sung Hyun KO & Jung Eun HA  [Korea] […]