Kalender Agustus 2017

01-06/8 Grand Prix Gold - SKYCITY New Zealand Open (Auckland, NZL)
03-06/8 Intl Series - Yonex/K&D Graphics (Orange County, USA)
09-12/8 Intl Series - TUI MEDICAL Waikato (Hamilton, NZL)
11-13/8 Junior Intl Series - Bulgarian Jr International (Pazardzhik, BUL)
11-13/8 Junior Future Series - Mauritius Jr International (Rose Hill, MRI)
11-17/8 Intl Series - Eurasia Bulgarian Open (Sofia, BUL)
17-20/8 Junior Future Series - Carebaco U19 International (Couva, TRI)
21-27/8 BWF World Championships 2017 (Glasgow, SCO)
22-25/8 Intl Series - Carebaco Open (Couva, TRI)
22-29/8 Multievent - SEA Games 2017 (Kuala Lumpur, MAS)
30/8-02/8 Future Series - Yonex Slovak Open (Trencin, SVK)

Thursday, May 27, 2010

0 A Pride of of Their Own (Part I)

Being Number One, whatever it takes, must be a great achievement for a badminton player. No matter where you live, even in as small environment as Mauritius, being the No.1 is very great. What Lin Dan or Lee Choong Wei are feeling now in their respective domestic and international ranks, should be the same as what the Estonia number one Raul Must. Each has the pride of his or her own.

Men's singles Number One by country (Week 21 of May, 2010)

Malaysia: Lee Chong Wei (BWF No. 1)
China: Lin Dan (BWF No. 2)
Denmark: Peter Hoeg Gade (BWF No. 4)
Indonesia: Taufik Hidayat (BWF No. 5)
Vietnam: Nguyen Tien Minh (BWF No. 7)
Thailand: Boonsak Ponsana (BWF No. 9)
Korea: Park Sung-hwan (BWF No. 13)
Japan: Kenichi Tago (BWF No. 14)
Hong Kong China: Hu Yun (BWF No. 16)
Germany: Marc Zwiebler (BWF No. 17)
India: Chetan Anand (BWF No. 19)
Inggris: Rajiv Ouseph (BWF No. 22)
Taiwan: Hsieh Yu Hsin (BWF No. 23)
Netherlands: Dicky Palyama (BWF No. 26)
France: Brice Leverdez (BWF No. 31)
Poland: Przemyslaw Wacha (BWF No. 39)
Estonia: Raul Must (BWF No. 42)
Republic of Ireland: Scott Evans (BWF No. 45)
Ukraine: Dmytro Zadavsky (BwF No. 46)
Czech Republic: Petr Koukal (BWF No. 47)
Sweden: Henri Hurskainen (BWF No. 48)
Guatemala: Kevin Cordon (BWF No. 49)
Canada: Stephan Wojcikiewicz (BWF No. 50)
Lithuania: Kestutis Navickas (BWF No. 54)
Russia: Vladimir Malkov (BWF No. 55)
Finland: Ville Lang (BWF No. 56)
Spain: Pablo Abian (BWF No. 59)
New Zealand: Joe Wu (BWF No. 61)
Brazil: Daniel Paiola (BWF No. 67)
Scotland: Kieran Merrilees (BWF No. 73)
Singapore: Derek Wong Zi Liang (BWF No. 81)
Israel: Misha Zilberman (BWF No. 86)
Belgium: Tan Yuhan (BWF No. 92)
Iran: Kaveh Mehrabi (BWF No. 93)
Portugal: Pedro Martins (BWF No. 95)
Slovakia: Michal Matejka (BWF No. 98)
Norway: Steinar Klausen (BWF No. 110)
Hungary: Henrik Toth (BWF No. 112)
Nigeria: Ola Fagbemi (BWF No. 126)
Jamaica: Charles Pyne (BWF No. 131)
Turkey: Murat Sen (BWF No. 148)
Wales: Raj Polat (BWF No. 161)
Australia: Jeff Tho (BWF No. 164)
Peru: Bruno Monteverde (BWF No. 167)
Austria: Daniel Grassmueck (BWF No. 173)
Mexico: Salvador Sanchez (BWF No. 185)
United States: Sattawat Pongnairat (BWF No. 191)
Belarus: Yauheni Yakauchuk (BWF No. 199)
South Africa: Wilhelm Viljoen (BWF No. 217)
Switzerland: Takahiro Hiramatsu (BWF No. 221)
Cuba: Osleni Guerrero (BWF No. 232)
Iceland: Helgi Johanesson (BWF No. 253)
Mauritius: Yoni Louison (BWF No. 256)
Croatia: Luka Zdenjak (BWF No. 265)
Egypt: Ali Ahmed El Khateeb (BWF No. 268)
Greece: Georgios Charalambidis (BWF No. 303)
Laos: FOngmalayseng Phakornkham (BWF No. 307)
Italy: Giovanni Greco (BWF No. 308)
Dominica: Nelson Javier (BWF No. 310)
Philippines: Ian Mendez (BWF No. 311)
Uganda: Edwin Ekiring (BWF No. 314)
Zambia: Jumo Muwowo (BWF No. 325)
Seychelles: Steve Malcouzane (BWF No. 349)
Puerto Rico: Roman Aleandro (BWF No. 351)
Suriname: Virgil Soeroredjo (BWF No. 372)
Kazakhstan: Victor Govenko (BWF No. 374)
Ekuador: Sebastian Teran (BWF No. 384)
Ghana: Solomon Mensah Nyarko (BWF No. 392)

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