Lucas Mazur won three titles at the Dubai Para Badminton International, with the French player winning men’s singles, men’s doubles and mixed doubles categories on the final day of competition at the Shabab Al Ahli Dubai Club.
A total of 15 finals will be played tomorrow after the final ties were confirmed today at the 2021 Dubai Para Badminton International at the Shabab Al Ahli Dubai Club in the United Arab Emirates.
Indian players enjoyed a good day as the semi-final line-ups were finalised on day four at the 2021 Dubai Para Badminton International at the Shabab Al Ahli Dubai Club in the United Arab Emirates.
The top seeds in the singles draws continued their progress at the Dubai Para Badminton International, although David Toupe of France was made to battle hard to win his latest Group A match in the WH1 wheelchair category.
All the top seeds in action in the singles competitions progressed in straight games on the second day of the Dubai Para Badminton International at the Shabab Al Ahli Club.
Seeded players enjoyed a strong start on the first day of the Dubai Para Badminton International at the Shabab Al Ahli Club in the United Arab Emirates.
The 2021 Para badminton season is set to open with the Dubai Para Badminton International Championships, which start tomorrow in the United Arab Emirates.
The Spanish Para Badminton International - the sport’s last qualification tournament for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games - is scheduled to be held in May, it has been announced.
Peruvian Para badminton player Pedro Pablo de Vinatea has put his wedding plans on hold in a bid to secure his place at this year’s rescheduled Paralympic Games.
GB Para-badminton head coach Richard Morris described the difficulties of helping players maintain motivation levels during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Indian badminton player Manasi Joshi has spoken about the ups and downs of the year having further promoted the Paralympic Movement in the absence of the Tokyo 2020 Games.
Japan and Thailand will host the 2021 and 2023 Para Badminton World Championships, respectively, following a vote from the Badminton World Federation (BWF) Council.
The Badminton World Federation (BWF) are considering options for the restart of Para-badminton competitions.
Reigning world champion Sarina Satomi has admitted she would be "spending most of my life at home" had she not fallen in love with Para-badminton.
Double Parapan American Games badminton medallist Olivia Meier is among 13 Canadian Para-athletes who will each receive CAN10,000 ($7,500/£6,000/€6,500) in funding for the next year from Petro-Canada.