Defending champions Georges Julien Paul and Kate Foo Kune of Mauritius progressed to the quarter-finals of the men's and women's singles events, respectively, at the All-African Badminton Championships in Port Harcourt.
Defending champion Coelho exits Pan American Individual Badminton Championships to home favourite Castillo
Mexico's Job Castillo delighted the home crowd by defeating Brazil's Ygor Coelho, the men's defending champion and top seed at the Pan American Individual Badminton Championships in Aquascalientes.
Top seed and defending champion Kento Momota fought back from a game down to beat Lu Guangzu of China and reach the semi-finals of the Badminton Asia Championships in Wuhan.
Top seed Michelle Li of Canada began her title defence with victory against El Salvador's Katherine Sarai Lara Guzman at the Pan American Badminton Championships in Aquascalientes.
Hosts Nigeria narrowly got the better of Mauritius in the final as the mixed team event concluded today at the All-African Badminton Championships in Port Harcourt.
Japan’s Kento Momota moved a step closer to the successful defence of his men’s singles title with a straight-games win over Hong Kong’s Lee Cheuk Yiu at the Badminton Asia Championships in Wuhan in China.
Hosts Nigeria will play Mauritius in the final of the All-African Badminton Championships after both teams progressed in Port Harcourt today.
Fifth seed Srikanth Kidambi of India was the most notable casualty in the first round of the men’s singles as action continued today at the Badminton Asia Championships in Wuhan in China.
Mexican city Aguascalientes is set to host the Pan American Badminton Individual Championships, which are due to begin tomorrow.
Nigeria eased into the quarter-finals of the All-African Badminton Championships after beating Zimbabwe 5-0 in Port Harcourt today.
Hong Kong’s Hu Yun won both his men’s singles Group C matches today to earn a first-round meeting with seventh seed Tommy Sugiarto of Indonesia at the Badminton Asia Championships in Wuhan.
Hosts Nigeria thrashed South Africa 5-0 as action began today at the All-African Badminton Championships in Port Harcourt.
World number one Kento Momota will be looking to retain his men’s singles title at the Badminton Asia Championships in Wuhan, where action is scheduled to begin tomorrow.
A record-breaking 15 countries are set to take part in the All-African Badminton Championships at Port Harcourt in Nigeria.
World number ones Kento Momota and Tai Tzu-ying lived up to their billing today as each earned their second Badminton World Federation Singapore Open title – in wildly contrasting fashions.