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)

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

0 Sayaka Sato In Action

Monday, February 27, 2012

0 Wang Xin In Action


Sunday, February 26, 2012

0 Concentration Is the Key For Badminton Players

If you talk to accomplished athletes in any sport, you will hear them speak of the importance of concentration, for concentration is at the heart of success in any endeavor, including badminton.

Most everyone knows that concentration has to do with paying attention. Does that mean consciously willing yourself to focus? Is concentration a shrill voice in your head screaming over and over, "Pay attention!" until you do? Maybe at first. Focus is delicate, elusive. Pay close attention to the trees and you may miss the forest, and vice versa.

Eventually, if you stay with it, you will learn to relax and focus more naturally. Once you master the strokes and know when to use them, you may be able to turn game control over to your now well-developed instincts.

Your conscious mind, however, will want to interfere. Consider this athletic equation:
Performance = Potential - Interference

Performance is how well you actually do your results; potential is a measurement of the best performance you are capable of at any givent moment; interferences is the mental static produced by the conscious mind. When pressure is minimal, the mind may become distracted.

A reduction of mental interference will improve performance, even with no change in potential (read: practice). In other words, get your head screwed on right, and you can become a better player without even picking up a racket.

Dutch Eric Pang concentrates on his opponent's service

But the overactive conscious mind does not react well to being told to butt out. (It's rather like ordering yourself to sleep). Instead, you will have to rely on deceit. Some coaches suggest distracting the conscious mind by focusing in something only marginally related to the task in hand. By giving it something else to chew on, the subconscious is left unfettered. Two was to distract that pesky conscious mind are by association and visualization.

To associate positively, immerse yourself in positive recollections. Suppose you are serving for the match. Like everyone, you've had both good bad moments in the past. For best results, think about the successes and discard the failures. Replay an imaginary type that you might call "My Greatest Hits."

First cousin to positive association, visualization, is a type of mental rehearsal in which you conjure up detailed visions of the activity before you do it.

The first step of visualization is relax. Use a method that works for you. You might close your eyes and take a few deep breaths, recite your favorite mantra, or play a mental videotape of a winning moment.

Focus on the finer points of the swing. Immerse yourself in the swing. See it as one fluid whole. Hear the twang of shuttle hitting strings; feel the heft of the racket, your fingers curling around the shaft; see the bird streaking toward it starget.

Visualization takes dedicated practice. The up side is that, you can practice it anywhere - in a bed or bathtub, at a bus stop - and the rewards can be staggering.

Research suggests that muscles respond to visualization of an act almost if you did the act. Thus, the more intensely you visualize the perfect smash, the more entrenched it will be in your muscle memory. This kind of memory operates almost entirely on the subconscious level, which helps explain how you can play a shot beautifully but can't explain it to others.

Boga, Steven. 1996. "Badminton: A handbook of all the rules, strategies, tips, and techniques that you need to be a better player". Stackpole Books: Pennsylvania, USA.

0 What If Superseries Applies "The Best of Five"?


Superseries, and therefore Superseries Premier, is currently the highest level of badminton tournament officially held by the BWF, the governing body of world badminton, at individual tournament calendar. In addition to more dollars offered, this event allows shuttlers to earn more points to boost their rankings at the BWF World Ranking, which is generally publish weekly through the season.

So far each of the events level held by the BWF ~ from Superseries to Future Series ~ applies the same regulation in term of number of the games in a match, in which a winner will be decided by two streak games won or, in case of rubber game, two won games out of three.


I would like to introduce a modified gaming system for those competing at the Superseries. The purpose is to make badminton more challenging and more interesting. The reason for proposing this modification is because Superseries tournaments are the ultimate dream for every badminton player around the world. Winning the Superseries will be prized as gold and be recognized as world-class players. Furthermore, it is because the participants are high-profile persons in badminton with well-established and well-prepared stamina, skills, ability, mentality, as well as experience. For these personalities, endurance will be a unique characteristic that differs them from the others. It does not need to mean discriminating one event to the other. Instead, it is an effort to get high standard of requirement. When you play at the Superseries level, youl will be said to be ready for the worst, yet, prepared for the best.

Every sport is different and that is why there are hundreds of sports in the world. However, it is challenging to get reference from, i. e., Grand Slam tennis tournament, in which men's players must win three games, one more game than they must complete at the lower tier tournaments. It is possible for the same gaming system, popularly known as "the best of five" to be applied in badminton match. By doing so, the winner of the Superseries match is decided by the three winning games, either in 3-0, 3-1, or even 3-2 final scores.

0 Austrian International Challenge 2012: Winners' Statistics

Men's singles: Przemyslaw Wacha (Poland)
v Sattawat Pongnairat (United States) 21-19 21-18 in 30 minutes
v Ashton Chen YZ (Singapore) 21-23 21-12 23-21 in 1 hour 13 minutes
v Sho Zeniya (Japan) 21-15 21-18 in 39 minutes
v Yan Kit Chan (Hong KOng, China) 21-17 21-13 in 30 minutes
v Yuhan Tan (Belgium) 14-21 21-15 21-16 in 45 minutes

Women's singles: Sayaka Takahashi (Japan)

v Beatriz Corrales (Spain) 21-13 21-15 in 29 minutes
v Kamila Augustyn (Poland) 21-11 21-18 in 23 minutes
v Ragna Ingolfsdottir (Iceland) 21-7 21-18 in 29 minutes
v Neslihat Yigit (Turkey) 21-13 12-21 21-12 in 38 minutes
v Tsz Ka Chan (Hong Kong, China) 21-17 21-9 in 38 minutes

Men's doubles: Rupesh Kumar/Sanave Thomas (India)

v Birger Abts/Jesus Lorenzo (Belgium/Spain) 21-10 21-13 in 18 minutes
v Maurice Niesner/Till Zander (Germany) 25-23 21-14 in 32 minutes
v Takeshi Kamura/Keigo Sonoda (Japan) 21-19 21-13 in 32 minutes
v Chris Langridge/Peter Mills (England) 19-21 21-16 21-15 in 1 hour 3 minutes
v Hiroyuki Saeki/Ryota Taohata (Japan) 23-21 22-20 in 39 minutes

Women's doubles: Ng Hui Ern/Ng Hui Lin (Malaysia)
v Helena Lewcynska/Hayley Rogers (England) 21-17 21-17 in 22 minutes
v Iris Wang/Rena Wang (United States) 21-18 21-19 in 27 minutes
v Steffi Annys/Severine Corvilain (Belgium) 21-2 21-9 in 19 minutes
v Asumi Kugo/Megumi Yokoyama (Japan) 18-21 21-11 21-17 in 53 minutes
v Eva Lee/Paula Lynn Obanana (United States) 21-16 21-18 in 31 minutes

Mixed doubles: Chau Hoi Wah/Wong Wai Hong (Hong Kong, China)

v Alexandra Langley/Matthew Nottingham (England) 21-17 21-16 in 31 minutes
v Alzbeta Basova/Jakub Bitman (Czech Republic) 21-15 21-11 in 26 minutes
v Elisabeth Baldauf/Roman Zirnwald (Austria) 21-19 21-18 in 33 minutes
v Sabrine Jaquet/Anthony Dumartheray (Switzerland) 21-6 21-10 in 21 minutes

Past winners (2011):

MS Hao Hsu Jen (Hong Kong, China), WS Nozomi Okuhara (Japan), MD Anthony Clark/Chris Langridge (England), WD Yuriko Miki/Koharu Yonemoto (Japan), XD Robert Mateusiak/Nadiezda Zieba (Poland)

0 Austrian International Challenge 2012

Venue: Wiener Stadthalle - Halle B, Wien, Austria
Time: 22-25 February 2012


PRZEMYSLAW WACHA
Winners:

Men's singles Przemyslaw Wacha (Poland)
Women's singles Sayaka Takahashi (Japan)
Men's doubles Rupesh Kumar/Sanave Thomas (India)
Women's doubles Ng Hui Ern/Ng Hui Lin (Malaysia)
Mixed doubles Chau Hoi Wah/Wong Wai Hong (Hong Kong, China)

Final matches:

MS: Przemyslaw Wacha (POL) v Yuhan Tan (BEL) 14-21 21-15 21-16
WS: Sayaka Takahashi (JPN) v Tsz Ka Chan (HKG) 21-17 21-9
MD: Rupesh Kumar/Sanave Thomas (IND) v Hiroyuki Saeki/Ryota Taohata (Japan) 23-21 22-20
WD: Ng Hui Ern/Ng Hui Lin (MAS) v Eva Lee/Paula Lynn Obanana (United States) 21-16 21-18
XD: Chau Hoi Wah/Wong Wai Hong (HKG) v Sabrine Jaquet/Anthony Dumartheray (Switzerland) 21-6 21-10

Semifinalists:

MS: Kashyap Parupalli (India) & Chan Yan Kit (Hong Kong, China)
WS: Shizuka Uchida (Japan) & Neslihat Yigit (Turkey)
MD: Chris Langridge/Peter Mills (England) & Joergen Koch/Peter Zauner (Austria)
WD: Asumi Kugo/Megumi Yokoyama (Japan) & Yuriko Miki/Koharu Yonemoto (Japan)
XD: Elisabeth Baldauf/Roman Zirnwald (Austria) & Stasa Poznanovic/Zvonimir Hoelbling (Croatia)

Friday, February 24, 2012

0 Indonesian boys against all odds

TEAM INDONESIA

 While some cynically comment on poor performance of the shuttlers at the current individual events, Indonesia men's team showed a mentality strength, coming from behind to secure direct spot of the Thomas Cup final round in Wuhan, China. All worries collided when the first two matches only caused the lead for Republic of Korea. The boys managed to ease the pressure by taking the remaining three matches, escaping the would be disaster of all time with a dramatic 3-2 victory. Speaking honestly, it was lucky that Indonesia did not play Japan who had quite stronger squads than the Koreans.

This result, to some extent, has shown the way to be the all time record holders of the men's team world championships title. Taufik Hidayat and Co. overcame critical situations and this situation will be a good advice towards the final round. Where all the best teams around the world meet at the "Wuhan Summit" this summer, the opponents will not be only those with sound tricky and stylish look of Asian characteristic, but also stroking and powerful of European playing style. Nowadays, Europe has more options in badminton with the rise of new powers, empowering the legendary Danes. They will become serious contenders.

Indonesia as a team is still one of the bests. Playing as a team is very different from playing individuals. While individual quality plays an important role to bring success, the sense of "oneness" will likely be another source of strength. At individual events most of the Indonesian squad members did not have much to prove last season so the Thomas Cup should be the right momentum to show everyone in doubt that ther cynicism is wrong.

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

0 Jalan Terjal Tim Uber Indonesia

FIGHT AGAINST ALL ODS, FIRDA! BRING THEM ON!
Tim Uber Indonesia hampir saja terpental dari orbit putaran final Piala Uber yang tahun ini akan berlangsung di Wuhan, Cina, bulan Juni nanti.Takluk dari Thailand pada fase grup, Indonesia harus berjumpa dengan "the Mighty China" pada babak kedua. Meskipun lawan menurunkan skuad alternatif, kekuatannya ternyata tidak mampu ditahan oleh putri-putri Indonesia. Akibatnya, skuad Merah Putih harus berjibaku dalam babak play-off. Syukurlah tim berhasil lolos dari lubang jarum dengan melewati hadangan Singapura, Malaysia, dan Hong Kong.

Hasil selama babak kualifikasi di Macau menjadi catatan yang berharga bahwa bulutangkis putri Indonesia sedang mengalami masa sulit. Bukan semata karena kualitas pemain, melainkan karena kekuatan negara-negara pesaing yang semakin berkembang. Persaingan bulutangkis dunia sekarang bertambah heterogen. Tim-tim yang sebelumnya menjadi pelengkap kejuaraan sekarang berubah menjadi pesaing yang serius. Hal ini setidaknya terjadi di Asia dan Eropa. Semenjak putri Korea mengukir sejarah sebagai juara dunia beregu putri (Piala Uber) tahun 2010, sejumlah negara lain ikut termotivasi. Di Asia, Jepang telah menebar ancaman dengan memuncaki babak kualifikasi setelah mengalahkan Cina. Andaipun alasannya karena Cina turun tanpa skuad terbaik, setidaknya prestasi Sakura Ladies cukup membuat merinding incumbent Piala Uber sekarang ini, Korea. Sementara di Eropa Denmark bukan lagi selalu yang terbaik, atau tepatnya, telah ada kekuatan selain Denmark. Bulan Pebruari ini muncul kekuatan baru beregu putri Eropa, Jerman. Frauen Nationalmannschaft baru saja mengukir sejarah regional dengan tampil sebagai juara Eropa yang berlangsung di Amsterdam, Belanda. Jerman bukan tanpa usaha keras karena sukses Europameisterin 2012 tidak terlepas dari adanya pembinaan secara reguler, salah satunya melalui DBV Bundesliga.

BELAETRIX, MENCOBA ULANGI SUKSES SHENZHEN

Contoh perkembangan di atas sekiranya membuat Indonesia semakin menyadari bahwa bulutangkis kini telah menjadi milik dunia. Dari sudut pandang lain dimensi, Indonesia patut berbangga karena "icon sport"-nya diminati banyak orang. Hal demikian pasti akan memperkuat posisi bulutangkis. Sedangkan dari kacamata prestasi Indonesia, perubahan reputasi dari unggulan utama menjadi tim "mediocre" adalah sebuah nasihat yang sangat berharga. Bahwa Indonesia telah menjadi incaran para pesaing karena kebesaran namanya secara historis. Bagi negara-negara dengan kekuatan baru, mengalahkan Indonesia adalah sebuah motivasi tersendiri. Karena mempertahankan reputasi lebih sulit daripada meraihnya, maka kerja keraslah yang harus ditempuh. Kini putri-putri Indonesia tidak dapat semudah masa lalu dalam "memilih lawan empuk" karena setiap kontestan Piala Uber 2012 nanti akan membawa serta para andalan yang telah malang-melintang dalam kompetisi reguler BWF, baik pada level Superseries, Grand Prix/Grand Prix Gold, International Challenge, International Series maupun Future Series.

Kepada tim Uber Indonesia, SELAMAT BERJUANG!

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

0 2011 Season Summary: Future Series

MEN'S SINGLES

Torneo Giradilla (Cuba) : Arif Gifar Ramadhan
Fiji : Wesley Caulkett
County of Manukau (New Zealand) : Yogendran Krishnan
Carebaco (Barbados) : Howard Shu
Zimbabwe : Ali Shahhousseini
Colombia : Andres Corpancho
Ethiopia : Ali Shahousseini

WOMEN'S SINGLES

Torneo Giradilla (Cuba) : Muthia Restu Putri
Fiji : Andra Whiteside
County of Manukau (New Zealand) : Karyn Velez
Carebaco (Barbados) : Lohaynny Vicente
Zimbabwe : Claudia Mayer
Colombia : Barbara Matias
Ethiopia : Victoria Na

MEN'S DOUBLES

Torneo Giradilla (Cuba) : Berry Angriawan/Christopher Rusdianto
Fiji : Wesley Caulket/Raymond Tam
County of Manukau (New Zealand) : Daniel Shirley/Andrew Smith
Carebaco (Barbados) : Virgil Soeroredjo/Mitchel Wongsodikromo
Zimbabwe : Moses Chipurura/Lawrence Mdege
Colombia : Matthew Fogarty/Micholas Jinadasa
Ethiopia : Ermiyas Tamarat Degefe/Asnake Sahilu

WOMEN'S DOUBLES

Torneo Giradilla (Cuba) : Dwi Agustiawati/Ayu Rahmasari
Fiji : Cecile Kaddour/Johanna Kou
County of Manukau (New Zealand) : Doriana Rivera Aliaga/Madeleine Stapleton
Carebaco (Barbados) : Lohaynny Vicente/Luana Vicente
Zimbabwe : Audrey Matsanura/Olga Matsanura
Colombia : Daneysha Santana/Luz Maria Zornoza
Ethiopia : Hadia Hosny/Rajae Rochdy

MIXED DOUBLES

Torneo Giradilla (Cuba) : Dwi Agustiawati/Christopher Rusdianto
Fiji : Ashleigh Karl/Brent Munday
County of Manukau (New Zealand) : Gabby Aves/Daniel Shirley
Carebaco (Barbados) : Crystal Leefmans/Mitchel Wongsodikromo
Zimbabwe : Victoria Na/Luke Chong
Colombia : Renate Carvalho/Andres Carpancho
Ethiopia : Rajae Rochdy/Luka Zdenjak

0 2011 Season Summary: International Challenge

MEN'S AND WOMEN'S SINGLES

Sweden : Pablo Abian, Kaori Imabeppu
Iran : Tommy Sugiarto, Nicole Grether
Austria : Hao Hsu Jen, Nozomi Okuhara
Poland : Pablo Abian, Larisa Griga
Vietnam : Lee Dong Keun, Jing Yi Tee
New Zealand : Riichi Takeshita, Sayaka Sato
Osaka (Japan) : Keigo Sonoda, Minatsu Mitani
Peru: Kevin Cordon, Rena Wang
Netherlands : Hans-Kristian Vittinghus, Susan Egelstaff
Denmark : Jan O Jorgensen, Anastasia Prokopenko
Morocco : Pablo Abian, Carolina Marin
Spain : Viktor Axelsen, Carolina Marin
Maldives : Pablo Abian, PV Sindhu
White Nights (Russia) : Hao Hsu Jen, Fransiska Ratnasari
Indonesia : Tommy Sugiarto, PV Sindhu
Kharkov (Ukraine) : Brice Leverdez, Olga Konon
Guatemala : Ivan Sozonov, Michelle Li
Belgium : Brice Leverdez, Olga Konon
Brasil : Przemyslaw Wacha, Michelle Li
Czech Republic : Przemyslaw Wacha, Kristina Gavnholt
Bulgaria : Przemyslaw Wacha, Linda Zechiri
Switzerland : Andre Kurniawan Tedjono, PV Sindhu
Puerto Rico : Niluka Karunaratne, Michelle Li
Bahrain : Sourabh Varma, Agnese Allegrini
Norway : Ville Lang, Linda Zechiri
Malaysia : Alamsyah Yunus, Belaetrix Manuputi
Scotland : Rajiv Ouseph, Judith Meulendijks
Rep. Ireland : Rajiv Ouseph, Hsiao Ma Pai
Italy : Pablo Abian, Yao Jie
Canada : Carl Baxter, Michelle Li
India : Alamsyah Yunus, PV Sindhu
Turkey : Hong Ji Hoon, Petya Nedelcheva

MEN'S DOUBLES

Sweden : Kim Alstrup Sorensen/Rasmus Fladberg
Iran : Abdul Rahman MR/Abdul Latif MR
Austria : Anthony Clark/Chris Langridge
Poland : Vladimir Ivanov/Ivan Sozonov
Vietnam : Fernando Kurniawan/Wifqi Windarto
New Zealand : Danny Bawa Chrisnanta/Hendra Wijaya
Osaka (Japan) : Takatoshi Kurose/Keigo Sonoda
Peru : Howard Bach/Tony Gunawan
Netherlands : Baptiste Careme/Sylvain Grosjean
Denmark : Rasmus Bonde/Anders Kristiansen
Morocco : Ingo Kindervater/Johannes Schoettler
Spain : Adam Cwalina/Michal Logosz
Maldives : Ashton Chen Yong Zhao/Derek Wong Zi Liang
White Nights (Russia) : Rian Sukmawan/Rendra Wijaya
Indonesia : Rian Sukmawan/Rendra Wijaya
Kharkov (Ukraine) : Adam Cwalina/Michal Logosz
Guatemala : Vladimir Ivanov/Ivan Sozonov
Belgium : Adam Cwalina Michal Logosz
Brasil : Vladimir Ivanov/Ivan Sozonov
Czech Republic : Adam Cwalina/Michal Logosz
Bulgaria : Jui Wei Liang/Kuan Hao Liao
Switzerland : Lukasz Moren/Wojciech Szkudlarczyk
Puerto Rico : Adrian Liu/Derrick Ng
Bahrain : Andrei Adistia/Christopher Rusdianto
Norway : Rasmus Bonde/Anders Kristiansen
Malaysia : Takeshi Kamura/Keigo Sonoda
Scotland : Vladimir Ivanov/Ivan Sozonov
Republic of Ireland : Adam Cwalina/Michal Logosz
Italy : Vladimir Ivanov/Ivan Sozonov
Canada : Adrian Liu/Derrick Ng
India : Pranav Chopra/Akhsay Dewalkar
Turkey : Kim Ki Jung/Kim Sa Rang

WOMEN'S DOUBLES

Sweden : Line Damkjaer Kruse/Marie Roepke
Iran : Ratnasiri Achini/Weerasinghe Upuli
Austria : Yuriko Miki/Koharu Yonemoto
Poland : Rie Eto/Yu Wakita
Vietnam : Choi Hye In/Lee Se Rang
New Zealand : Yuriko Miki/Koharu Yonemoto
Osaka (Japan) : Miri Ichimaru/Shiho Tanaka
Peru : Alex Bruce/Michelle Li
Netherlands : Valeri Sorokina/Nina Vislova
Denmark : Line Damkjaer Kruse/Marie Roepke
Morocco : Birgit Michels/Sandra Marinello
Spain : Paulien van Dooremalen/Lotte Jonathans
Maldives : Komori Miki/Miyoshi Nao
White Nights (Russia) : Irina Hlebko/Anastasia Russkikh
Indonesia : Della Destiara Haris/Suci Rizki Andini
Kharkov (Ukraine) : Shinta Mulia Sari/Yao Lei
Guatemala : Eva Lee/Paula Lynn Obanana
Belgium : Shinta Mulia Sari/Yao Lei
Brasil : Eva Lee/Paula Lynn Obanana
Czech Republic : Valeri Sorokina/Nina Vislova
Bulgaria : Mariana Agatangelou/Heather Olver
Switzerland : Pradnya Gadre/Prajakta Sawant
Puerto Rico : Alex Bruce/Michelle Li
Bahrain : Nicole Grether/Charmaine Reid
Norway : Eva Lee/Paula Lynn Obanana
Malaysia : Noko Fukuman/Kurumi Yonao
Scotland : Emelie Lennartsson/Emma Wengberg
Republic of Ireland : Ng Hui Ern/Ng Hui Lin
Italy : Valeri Sorokina/Nina Vislova
Canada : Alex Bruce/Michelle Li
India : Della Destiara Haris/Suci Rizky Andini
Turkey : Sandra Marinello/Birgit Michels

MIXED DOUBLES

Sweden: Heather Olver/Robin Middleton
Iran: -
Austria: Hoi Wah Chau/Wai Hon Wong
Poland: Nadiezda Zieba/Robert Mateusiak
Vietnam: Savitree Amitrapai/Patiphat Chalardchalaem
New Zealand: Vanessa Neo/Danny Bawa Chrisnanta
Osaka (Japan): Koharu Yonemoto/Takeshi Kanemura
Peru: Grace Gao/Toby Ng
Netherland: Valeri Sorokina/Alexandr Nikolaenko
Denmark: Julie Houmann/Mads Pieler Kolding
Morocco: Birgit Michels/Michael Fuchs
Spain: Mie Schjott-Kristensen/Mikkel Delbo Larsen
Maldives: Grace Gao/Toby Ng
White Nights (Russia): Vanessa Neo/Danny Bawa Chrisnanta
Indonesia: Keshya Nurvita Hanadia/Andika Anhar
Kharkov (Ukraine): Birgit Michels/Michael Fuchs
Guatemala: Grace Gao/Toby Ng
Belgium: Yao Lei/Chayut Triyachart
Brasil: Eva Lee/Halim Haryanto Ho
Czech Republic: Valeri Sorokina/Alexandr Nikolaenko
Bulgaria: Anna Kobceva/Valeriy Atraschenkov
Switzerland: Nina Vislova/Vitalij Durkin
Puerto Rico: Grace Gao/Toby Ng
Bahrain: Anna Kobceva/Valeriy Atraschenkov
Norway: Chloe Magee/Sam Magee
Malaysia: Lai Pei Jing/Tan Aik Quan
Scotland: Line Kjaersfeldt/Kim Astrup Sorensen
Republic of Ireland: Heather Olver/Marcus Ellis
Italy: Valeri Sorokina/Alexandr Nikolaenko
Canada: Grace Gao/Toby Ng
India: Shendy Puspa Irawati/Fran Kurniawan
Turkey: Yoo Hyun Young/Cho Gun Woo

0 2011 Season Summary: Grand Prix

MEN'S SINGLES

Russia : Zhou Wenlong
Canada : Marc Zwiebler
Vietnam : Nguyen Tien Minh
Netherlands : Hsueh Hsuan Yi
Pan American Games : Kevin Cordon

WOMEN'S SINGLES

Russia : Lu Lan
Canada : Chen Shao Chieh
Vietnam : Fu Mingtian
Netherlands : Yao Jie
Pan American Games : Michelle Li

MEN'S DOUBLES

Russia : Naoki Kawamae/Shoji Sato
Canada : Ko Sung Hyun/Lee Yong Dae
Vietnam : Angga Pratama/Ryan Agung Saputra
Netherlands : Adam Cwalina/Michal Logosz
Pan American Games : Howard Bach/Tony Gunawan

WOMEN'S DOUBLES

Russia : Valeri Sorokina/Nina Vislova
Canada : Cheng Shu/Yixin Bao
Vietnam : Anneke Feinya Agustin/Nitya Krishinda Maheswari
Netherlands : Duanganong Aroonkesorn/Kunchala Voravichitchaikul
Pan American Games : Alex Bruce/Michelle Li

MIXED DOUBLES

Russia : Valeri Sorokina/Alexandr Nikolaenko
Canada : Birgit Michels/Michael Fuchs
Vietnam : Nina Vislova/Vitalij Durkin
Netherlands : Kunchala Voravichitchaikul/Songphon Anugritayawon
Pan American Games : Grace Gao/Toby Ng

Monday, February 20, 2012

0 Europameisterin 2012 : Deutschland

FABIENNE DEPREZ
JOHANNA GOLISZEWSKI
ISABEL HERTTRICH
OLGA KONON
SANDRA MARINELLO
BIRGIT MICHELS
CARLA NELTE
JULIANE SCHENK
KARIN SCHNAASE (badminton.de)

0 Thomas-Uber Cup 2012 Oceania Preliminary, Matchday 2 (19/2)

UBER CUP

Australia v New Zealand 4-1

Victoria Na - Michelle Chan Ky 21-18 21-18
Renuga Veeran - Amanda Brown 21-7 21-6
Verdet Kessler - Anna Rankin 21-19 21-14
Leanne Choo/He Tian Tang - Amanda Brown/Stephanie Cheng 21-7 21-5
Eugenia Tanaka/Renuga Veeran - Michelle Chan Ky/Anna Rankin 21-10 21-16

THOMAS CUP

New Zealand v Australia 3-2

Michael Fowke - Wesley Caulkett 12-21 17-21
James Eunson - Luke Choong 21-14 21-8
Kevin Dennerly-Minturn/Oliver Leydon-Davies - Ross Smith/Glenn Warfe 22-14 21-8 23-21
Luke Charlesworth - Jeff Tho 19-21 17-21
James Eunson/Michael Fowke - Ben McCarthy/Raymond Tam 21-19 8-21 21-19

New Caledonia v Tahiti 4-1

Fabien Kaddour - Remi Rossi 21-12 18-21 21-18
Loic Mennesson - Frederic Ploteau 21-18 21-16
Morgan Paitio - Sebastien Bedrune 21-11 21-18
Fabien Kaddour/Loic Mennesson - Frederic Ploteau/Remi Rossi 21-16 21-11
Mathieu Martaud/Sandy Suarno - Sebastien Bedrune/Rauhiri Goguenheim 14-21 21-14 21-18

0 European Team Championships 2012, Matchday 6 (19/2)

MEN'S TEAMS - 3/4 PLAY-OFF

England v Russia 3-0

Rajiv Ouseph - Vladimir Ivanov 7-21 21-13 21-19
Carl Baxter - Ivan Sozonov 21-17 21-19
Chrils Langridge/Nathan Robertson - Vitalij Durkin/Alexandr Nikolaenko 19-21 21-14 21-10

MEN'S TEAMS - FINAL MATCH

Denmark v Germany 3-0

Jan O Jorgensen - Marc Zwiebler 21-11 21-14
Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen - Ingo Kindervater/Johannes Schoettler 19-21 21-11 21-18
Hans-Kristian Vittinghus - Dieter Domke 21-19 21-15

HISTORY MAKERS (Photo source: badmintoneurope.com)


WOMEN'S TEAMS - 3/4 PLAY-OFF

Netherlands v Russia 3-1

Judith Meulendijks - Anastasia Prokopenko 21-14 21-12
Lotte Jonathans/Paulien van Dooremalen - Valeri Sorokina/Nina Vislova 16-21 9-21
Patty Stolzenbach - Tatjana Bibik 15-21 21-16 21-19
Selena Piek/Judith Meulendijks - Anastasia Chervaykova/Anastasia Prokopenko 21-12 16-21 21-13

WOMEN'S TEAMS - FINAL MATCH

Germany v Denmark 3-1

Juliane Schenk - Tine Baun 12-21 17-21
Olga Konon - Karina Jorgensen 21-13 21-10
Birgit Michels/Juliane Schenk - Line Damkjaer Kruse/Marie Roepke 9-21 21-17 21-16
Karin Schnaase - Line Kjaersfeldt 23-21 21-18


ALL TIME WINNERS

2006 in Thessalonika, Greece
Men's team: 1. Denmark, 2. Germany, 3. England
Women's team: 1. Netherlands, 2. England, 3. Germany
2008 in Almere, Netherlands
Men's team: 1. Denmark, 2. England, 3. Germany
Women's team: 1. Denmark, 2. Netherlands, 3. Germany
2010 in Warsaw, Poland
Men's team: 1. Denmark, 2. Poland, 3. Germany
Women's team: 1. Denmark, 2. Russia, 3. Germany
2012 in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Men's team: 1. Denmark, 2. Germany, 3. England
Women's team: 1. Germany, 2. Denmark, 3. Netherlands

Sunday, February 19, 2012

0 Thomas-Uber Cup 2012 Oceania Preliminary, Matchday 1 (18/2)

THOMAS CUP

Australia v New Caledonia 5-0

Wesley Caulkett - Fabien Kaddour 21-18 21-10
Luke Chong - Loic Menesson 21-7 21-7
Stuart Gomez - Morgan Paitio 21-13 21-14
Ben McCarthy/Raymond Tam - Sandy Suarno/Mathieu Martaud 21-6 21-5
Ross Smith/Glenn Warfe - Morgan Paitio/Joey Santino 21-6 21-3

New Zealand v Tahiti 5-0

Michael Fowke - Remi Rossi 21-13 21-15
James Eunson - Sebastien Bedrune 21-5 21-9
Luke Charlesworth - Rauhiri Goguenheim 21-6 21-5
Kevin Dennerly-Minturn/Oliver Leydon-Davis - Frederic Ploteau/Remi Rossi 21-9 21-12
Luke Charlesworth/James Eunson - Sebastien Bedrune/Rauhiri Goguenheim 21-8 21-14

Australia v Tahiti 5-0

Wesley Caulkett - Remi Rossi 21-12 21-10
Luke Chong - Frederic Ploteau 21-11 21-13
Jeff Tho - Sebastien Badrune 21-13 21-9
Ross Smith/Glenn Warfe - Frederic Ploteau/Remi Rossi 21-13 21-7
Ben McCarthy/Raymond Tam - Sebastien Bedrune/Rauhiri Goguenheim 21-7 21-7

New Zealand v New Caledonia 5-0

Michael Fowke - Fabien Kaddour 19-21 21-11 21-14
James Eunson - Joey Santino 21-7 21-11
Kevin Dennerly-Mintun/Oliver Leydon-Davis 21-8 21-10
Luke Charlesworth - Sandy Suarno 21-6 21-8
James Eunson/Michael Fowke - Morgan Paitio/Joey Santino 21-12 21-9

UBER CUP
New Zealand v New Caledonia 5-0

Michelle Chan Ky - Johanna Kou 21-11 21-10
Amanda Brown - Magali Bravo 21-10 21-9
Anna Rankin - Lorinda Sautes 21-4 21-6
Amanda Brown/Stephanie Cheng - Johanna Kou/Lorinda Reutes 21-13 21-11
Michelle Chan Ky/Anna Rankin - Cecilia Moussy/Nadia Kasimun 21-4 21-6

Australia v New Caledonia 5-0

Victoria Na - Johanna Kou 21-6 21-9
Verdet Kessler - Megali Bravo 21-13 21-3
Tara Pilven - Lorinda Sautes 21-3 21-10
Jacqueline Guan/Gronya Sommerville - Cecilia Moussy/Nadia Kasimun 21-5 21-9
Leanne Choo/Renuga Veeran - Magali Bravo/Lorinda Sautes 21-7 21-6

0 Thomas-Uber Cup 2012 Asian Preliminary, Matchday 7 (19/2)

PLAY-OFF FOR 5th to 8th PLACES

UBER CUP

Singapore v Malaysia 3-2

Gu Juan - Tee Jing Yi 13-21 21-10 15-21
Yao Lei/Shinta Mulia Sari - Liu Ying Goh/Yin Loo Lim 21-13 21-16
Fu Mingtian - Sannatasah Saniru 21-12 21-15
Chen Jiayuan/Thng Ting Ting - Vivian Hoo/Wong Pei Tty 14-21 14-21
Liang Xiaoyu - Yang Li Lian 21-14 21-17

Indonesia v Hong Kong, China 4-1

Adrianti Firdasari-Chan Hung Yun 21-17 21-15
Maria Febe-Mong Kwan Yi 21-11 21-10
Greysia Polii/Meiliana Jauhari-Poon Lok Yan/Tse Ying Suet 21-18 21-18
Lindaweni Fanetri-Cheung Ngan Yi 21-23 14-21
Nitya Krishinda/Anneke Feinya-Chan Hung Yung/Mong Kwan Yi 21-11 21-2

THOMAS CUP

Chinese Taipei v Thailand 5-0

Hsu Jen Hao - Boonsak Ponsana 21-17 18-21 21-13
Lee Sheng Mu/Fang Chieh Min - Sudket Parapakamol/Songphon Anugrita. 21-19 21-10
Hsueh Hsuan Yi - Tanongsak Saensomb. 21-14 21-19
Liao Min Chun/Wu Chun Wei - Patipat Chalard./Nipitphon Puangp. 21-18 17-21 21-15
Chou Tien Chen - Pakkawat Vilailak 21-19 6-1 (retired)

Korea Republic v India 3-2

Lee Hyun-il - Kashyap Parupalli 18-21 17-21
Lee Yong-dae/Ko Sung-hyun - Akshay Dewalkar/Pranav Chopra 21-12 21-10
Shon Wan-ho - Sanave Thomas/Diju V. 21-11 21-11
Hong Ji-hoon - Sai Praneeth (walkover)

FINAL MATCH

THOMAS CUP

China v Japan 3-0

Chen Long - Sho Sasaki 21-19 21-16
Chai Biao/Guo Zhendong - Shoji Sato/Naoki Kawamae 21-17 22-20
Du Pengyu - Kazushi Yamada 21-12 21-11

Saturday, February 18, 2012

0 European Team Championships 2012, Matchday 5 (18/2)

MEN'S TEAM SEMIFINALS

Denmark v England 3-0

Jan O Jorgensen - Rajiv Ouseph 21-19 (retired)
Mathias Boe/Carsten Mogensen - Chris Adcock/Andrew Ellis 21-13 21-13
Hans-Kristian Vittinghus - Carl Baxter 13-21 21-18 21-18

Germany v Russia 3-1

Marc Zwiebler - Ivan Sozonov 21-12 22-20
Michael Fuchs/Oliver Roth - Vitalij Durkin/Alexandr Nikolaenko 16-21 16-21
Dieter Domke - Vladimir Malkov 21-7 21-15
Ingo Kindervater/Johannes Schoettler - Vladimir Ivanov/Ivan Sozonov 21-23 21-15 21-11

WOMEN'S TEAM SEMIFINALS

Denmark v Russia 3-0

Tine Baun - Anastasia Prokopenko 21-9 21-12
Christinna Pedersen/Kamilla Rytter Juhl - Anastasia Chervaykova/Nina Vislova 21-15 21-16
Karina Jorgensen - Tatjana Bibik 24-22 16-21 21-16

Netherlands v Germany 1-3

Judith Meulendijks - Juliane Schenk 21-17 21-19
Lotte Jonathans/Paulien Van Dooremalen - Sandra Marinello/Birgit Michels 19-21 18-21
Patty Stolzenbach - Olga Konon 14-21 6-21
Selena Piek/Ilse Vaesen - Johanna Goliszewski/Juliane Schenk 17-21 13-21

0 Thomas-Uber Cup 2012 Pan American Preliminary, Matchday 1 (17/2)

THOMAS CUP

Brazil v Barbados 5-0

Daniel Paiola - Andre Padmore 21-7 21-7
Alex Tjong - Dakeil Thorpe 21-12 21-12
Lucas Alves - Greg Padmore 21-12 21-12
Daniel Paiola/Luiz Dos Santos - Dakeil Thorpe/Bradley Pilgrim 21-13 21-8
Hugo Arthuso/Lucas Alves - Andre Padmore/Kevin Wood 21-16 21-19

Canada v Suriname 5-0

Joseph Rogers - Mitchel Wongsodikromo 21-9 21-11
Sergiy Shatenko - Virgil Soeroredjo 21-15 21-15
Toby Ng/Francoise Bourret - Irfan Djabar/Dylan Darmohoetomo 21-13 21-7
Adrian Liu/Derrick Ng - Virgil Soeroredjo/Mitchel Wongsodikromo 21-13 21-13

Brazil v Suriname 4-1

Daniel Paiola - Mitchel Wongsodikromo 21-12 21-13
Alex Tjong - Virgil Soeroredjo 20-22 15-21
Luiz Dos Santos - Irfan Djabar 21-10 21-7
Hugo Artuso/Daniel Paiola - Mitchel Wongsodikromo/Virgil Soeroredjo 21-15 21-18
Alex Tjong/Luiz Dos Santos - Irfan Djabar/Dylan Darmohoetomo 21-9 21-14

Canada v Barbados 5-0

Joseph Rogers - Andre Padmore 21-16 21-6
Sergiy Shatenko - Dakeil Thorpe 21-9 21-2
Nyl Yakura - Bradley Pilgrim 21-5 21-8
Derrick Ng/Kevin Li - Andre Padmore/Kevin Wood 21-7 21-13
Toby Ng/Francoise Bourret - Dakeil Thorpe/Bradley Pilgrim 21-5 21-9

Guatemala v Jamaica 4-1

Kevin Cordon - Charles Pyne 22-20 21-16
Rodolfo Ramirez - Gareth Henry 20-22 21-18 15-21
Heymard Humblers - Garron Palmer 21-12 21-9
Rodolfo Ramirez/Kevin Cordon - Gareth Henry/Garron Palmer 15-21 21-16 21-13
Jonathan Solis/Heymard Humblers - Charles Pyne/Gerald Isaacs 21-15 21-14

United States v Puerto Rico 5-0

Sattawat Pongnairat - Bryan Valentin 21-8 21-5
Howard Shu - Heriberto Torres 21-11 21-2
Nicholas Jinadasa - Jose Mercado 21-9 21-17
Howard Bach/Tony Gunawan - Bryan Valentin/Heriberto Torres 21-2 21-1
Phillip Chew/Sattawat Pongnairat - Jose Mercado/Hector Rios 21-7 21-12

United States v Jamaica 5-0

Sattawat Pongnairat - Charles Pyne 21-12 21-15
Howard Shu - Gareth Henry 21-18 16-21 21-17
Nicholas Jinadasa - Garron Palmer 21-19 21-17
Tony Gunawan/Phillip Chew - Gareth Henry/Gerald Isaacs 21-7 21-9
Howard Bach/Nicholas Jinadasa - Charles Pyne/Garron Palmer 21-8 21-15

Guatemala v Puerto Rico 5-0

Kevin Cordon - Bryan Valentin 21-10 21-13
Rodolfo Ramirez - Heriberto Torres 21-11 21-9
Heymard Humblers - Hector Rios 21-13 21-16
Rodolfo Ramirez/Jonathan Solis - Bryan Valentin/Heriberto Torres 21-9 21-13
Heymard Humblers/Anibal Marroquin - Jose Mercado/Hector Rios 21-11 21-15

UBER CUP

Canada v Brazil 5-0

Michelle Li - Lohaynny Vicente 21-9 21-11
Joycelyn Ko - Paula Pereira 21-8 21-7
Alex Bruce/Michelle Li - Luana Vicente/Lohaynny Vicente 21-13 21-13
Christin Tsai - Yasmin Cury 21-10 21-7
Joycelyn Ko/Grace Gao - Paula Pereira/Fabiana Da Silva 21-5 21-10

United States v Barbados 5-0

Rena Wang - Shari Watson 21-8 21-10
Iris Wang - Sabrina Scott 21-3 21-10
Jamie Subandhi - Monyatta Riviera 21-4 21-3
Iris Wang/Rena Wang - Shari Watson/Mariama Eastmond 21-3 21-1
Eva Lee/Paula Lynn Obanana - Shakeira Waithe/Sabrina Scott 21-8 21-1

Brazil v Puerto Rico 4-1

Lohaynny Vicente - Genesis Valentin 21-10 21-6
Fabiana Da Silva - Keara Gonzalez 21-9 21-18
Yasmin Cury - Irytcha Gonzalez 21-14 18-21 13-21
Lohaynny Vicente/Luana Vicente - Genesis Valentin/Saribel Caceres 21-13 21-4
Fabiana Da Silva/Paula Pereira - Keara Gonzalez/Irytcha Gonzalez 21-12 21-17

Canada v Barbados 5-0

Michelle Li - Shari Watson 21-0 21-12
Joycelyn Ko - Sabrina Scott 21-5 21-4
Phyllis Chan - Mariama Eastmond 21-6 21-4
Christin Tsai/Grace Gao - Sakeira Waithe/Monyatta Riviera 21-6 21-6
Alex Bruce/Michelle Li - Shari Watson/Mariama Eastmond 21-6 21-10

0 Thomas-Uber Cup 2012 Asian Preliminary, Matchday 6 (18/2)

PLAY-OFF FOR 5th TO 8th PLACES

UBER CUP

Indonesia v Malaysia 5-0

Adrianti Firdasari - Lydia Li Ya Cheah 21-7 21-13
Greysia Polii/Meiliana Jauhari - Vivian Hoo/Khe Wei Woon 21-15 18-21 21-15
Maria Febe Kusumastuti - Sannatasah Saniru 21-13 21-18
Nitya Krishinda M/Anneke Feinya A - Chin Eei Hui/Liu Ying Goh 11-21 21-8 21-18
Lindaweni Fanetri - Yang Li Lian 21-10 21-9

Singapore v Hong Kong, China 3-2

Gu Juan - Pui Yin Yip 21-10 21-9
Fu Ming Tian - Tsz Ka Chan 21-17 10-21 8-21
Yao Lei/Shinta Mulia Sari - Lok Yan Poon/Ying Suet Tse 21-18 14-21 21-15
Xing Aiying - Ngan Yi Cheung 21-19 19-21 11-21
Chen Jiayuan/Thng Ting Ting - Hoi Wah Chau/Tsz Ka Chan 13-21 21-16 21-18

Thailand v Chinese Taipei 3-2

Inthanon Ratchanok - Cheng Shao Chieh 21-19 21-13
Duanganong Aroon./Kunchala Voravichit. - Cheng Wen Hsing/Chien Yu Chin 15-21 11-21
Porntip Buranap. - Tai Tzu Ying 21-18 26-28 21-19
Savitree Amitrapai/Somsri Nessara - Wang Pei Rong/Hsieh Pei Chen 17-21 13-21
Nichaon Jindapon - Hsiao Ma Pai 19-21 21-17 21-19

THOMAS CUP

Korea Republic v Thailand 4-1

Lee Hyun-il - Tanongsank Saensomboonsuk 21-16 21-12
Shon Wan-ho - Suppanyu Avihingsanon 21-18 21-8
Hong Ji-hoon - Pakkawat Vilailak 21-19 22-20
Yoo Yeon-seong/Ko Sung-hyun - Bodin Issara/Maneepong Jongjit 14-21 21-10 16-21
Lee Yong-dae/Hong Ji-hoon - Patipat Chalardchaleam/Nipitphon Puangpuapech 15-21 21-16 21-17

India v Chinese Taipei 3-2

Ajay Jayaram - Hsu Jen Hao 21-14 19-21 12-21
Rupesh Kumar/Sanave Thomas - Lee Sheng Mu/Fang Chieh Min 18-21 17-21
Sourabh Varma - Chou Tien Chen 22-20 20-22 21-18
Akshay Dewalkar/Pranav Chopra - Liao Min Chun/Wu Chun Wei 21-18 24-22
Anand Pawar - Lin Yu Hsien 21-13 21-19

Indonesia v Malaysia 3-2

Simon Santoso - Daren Liew 2-7 (retired)
Alvent Yulianto C/Hendra Aprida G - Goh V Shem/Hoon Thien How 14-21 18-21
Tommy Sugiarto - Muhammad Arif AL 21-15 21-7
Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan - Lim Khim Wah/Teo Kok Siang 21-16 21-13
Dionysius Hayom R - Koo Kien Keat 21-8 21-9

FINAL MATCH

UBER CUP

China v Japan 2-3

Li Xuerui - Sayaka Sato 21-18 12-21 21-6
Tian Qing/Zhao Yunlei - Mizuki Fujii/Reika Kakiiwa 21-19 21-15
Liu Xin - Eriko Hirose 23-25 21-12 16-21
Cheng Shu/Pan Pan - Mami Naito/Shizuka Matsuo 14-21 16-21
Wang Lin - Minatsu Mitani19-21 14-21

Results of previous matchdays: Matchday 1, Matchday 2, Matchday 3, Matchday 4, Matchday 5

Friday, February 17, 2012

0 European Team Championships 2012, Matchday 4 (17/2)

MEN'S TEAM - QUARTERFINALS

Denmark v Poland 3-0

Jan O Jorgensen - Przemyslaw Wacha 21-17 21-15
Mads Conrad-Petersen/Jonas Rasmussen - Lukasz Moren/Wojciech Skudlarczyk 21-14 21-14
Hans-Kristian Vittinghus - Hubert Paczek 21-13 21-8

Germany v Netherlands 3-2

Marc Zwiebler - Eric Pang 21-17 19-21 21-13
Ingo Kindervater/Johannes Schoettler - Jorrit De Ruiter/Dave Khodabux 21-16 21-9
Dieter Domke - Dicky Palyama 17-21 17-21
Michael Fuchs/Oliver Roth - Jacco Arends/Jelle Maas 21-19 13-11 16-21
Marcel Reuter - Nick Fransman 21-15 21-14

England v Ukraine 3-1

Rajiv Ouseph - Dmytro Zavadzky 21-15 21-15
Carl Baxter - Valeriy Atraschenkov 23-21 21-12
Ben Beckman - Vladislav Druzchenko 16-21 21-19 13-21
Chris Adcock/Andrew Ellis - Vitaly Konov/Dmytro Zavadzky 21-11 21-15

Russia v France 4-1

Vladimir Ivanov - Brice Leverdez 21-16 21-17
Vitalij Durkin/Alexandr Nikolaenko - Baptiste Careme/Sylvain Grosjean 21-13 21-16
Ivan Sozonov - Mathieu Lo Ying Ping 19-21 20-22
Evgenij Dremin/Sergey Lunev - Mathias Quere/Labar Ronan 23-21 20-22 21-14

WOMEN'S TEAMS QUARTERFINALS

Denmark v Ukraine 3-2

Karina Jorgensen - Larisa Griga 13-21 18-21
Camilla Sorensen - Marija Ulitina 21-16 21-19
Line Kjaersfeldt - Natalya Voytsekh 18-21 19-21
Line Damkjaer Kruse/Marie Roepke - Larisa Griga/Anna Kobceva 21-15 21-8
Christinna Pedersen/Kamila Rytter Juhl - Marija Ulitina/Natalya Voytsekh 21-9 21-11

Germany v France 3-0

Juliane Schenk - Pi Hongyan 21-14 21-15
Sandra Marinello/Birgit Michels - Audrey Fontaine/Emilie Lefel 21-9 21-10
Olga Konon - Perrine Lebuhanic 21-8 21-17

Netherlands v Switzerland 3-2

Judith Meulendijks - Jeanine Cicognini 21-19 21-15
Patty Stolzenbach - Sabrina Jaquet 10-21 9-21
Soraya De Visch Eibergen - Nicole Schaller 12-21 14-21
Selena Piek/Iris Tabeling - Jeanine Cicognini/Sabrina Jaquet 25-23 16-21 22-20
Lotte Jonathans/Paulien Van Dooremalen - Marion Gruber/Nicole Schaller 21-11 21-12

Russia v Bulgaria 3-1

Anastasia Prokopenko - Petya Nedelcheva 17-21 21-23
Anastasia Chervaykova/Nina Vislova - Dimitria Postoikova/Gabriela Stoeva 21-11 18-21 21-9
Tatjana Bibik - Linda Zechiri 19-21 21-16 21-12
Anastasia Prokopenko/Valeri Sorokina - Diana Dimova/Petya Nedelcheva 21-17 21-16

0 Thomas-Uber Cup 2012, Asian Preliminary, Matchday 5 (17/2)

PLAY-OFF FOR 5th to 8th PLACES

UBER CUP

Indonesia v Singapore 5-0

Adrianti Firdasari - Gu Juan 11-21 21-10 21-16
Greysia Polii/Meiliana Jauhari - Yao Lei/Shinta Mulia Sari 21-16 22-20
Maria Febe Kusumastuti - Fu Mingtian 21-16 17-21 21-12
Nitya Krishinda Maheswari/Anneke Feinya Agustin - Chen Jiayuan/Thng Ting Ting 21-5 21-16
Lindaweni Fanetri - Xing Aiying 18-21 21-12 21-16

Hong Kong, China v Malaysia 3-2

Pui Yin Yip - Tee Jing Yi 21-12 21-9
Lok Yan Poon/Ying Suet Tse - Chin Eei Hui/Wong Pei Tty 16-21 18-21
Tsz Ka Chan - Lydia Li Ya Cheah 22-20 18-21 21-17
Hoi Wah Chau/Hung Yung Chan - Liu Ying Goh/Yin Loo Lim 19-21 15-21
Kwan Yi Mong - Sannatasah Saniru 21-13 21-15

THOMAS CUP

Thailand v India 3-2

Boonsak Ponsana - Kashyap Parupalli 22-20 8-21 21-19
Sudket Parapakamol/Songphon Anugritayawon - Rupesh Kumar/Sanave Thomas 16-21 21-18 21-17
Suppanyu Avihingsanon - Sourabh Varma 19-21 17-21
Patipat Chalardchaleam/Nipitphon Puangpuapech - Akshay Dewalkar/Pranav Chopra 21-17 22-20
Pakkawat Vilailak - Sai Praneeth 15-21 21-14 7-21

Korea Republic v Chinese Taipei 3-2

Lee Hyun-il - Hsu Jen Hao 24-22 20-22 21-16
Yoo Yeon-seong/Ko Sung-hyun - Liao Min Chun/Wu Chun Wei 21-14 21-18
Shon Wan-ho - Hsueh Hsuan Yi 21-8 21-12
Lee Sheng-mu/Lin Yu Lang - Lee Yong-dae/Shin Baek-choel 11-12 (retired)
Park Sung-min - Chou Tien Chen 10-21 17-21

SEMIFINALS

UBER CUP

China v Chinese Taipei 3-0

Jiang Yanjiao - Tai Tzu Ying 21-12 21-15
Tian Qing/Zhao Yunlei - Cheng Wen Hsing/Chien Yu Chin 21-13 21-13
Li Xuerui - Hsiao Ma Pai 21-19 24-22

Japan v Thailand 3-2

Eriko Hirose - Inthanon Ratchanok 21-16 17-21 17-21
Ai Goto - Porntip Buranaprasertsuk 14-21 20-22
Minatsu Mitani - Sapsiree Taerattanachai 21-15 19-21 21-16
Mami Naito/Shizuka Matsuo - Saralee Thoungthongkam/Kunchala Voravichitchaikul 21-17 21-11
Miyuki Maeda/Satoko Suetsuna - Savitree Amitrapai/Sapsiree Taerattanachai 21-17 21-19

THOMAS CUP

China v Indonesia 3-0

Chen Long - Taufik Hidayat 21-13 21-8
Chai Biao/Guo Zhendong - Mohammad Ahsan/Bona Septano 21-17 21-12
Chen Jin - Tommy Sugiarto 21-14 21-8

Japan v Malaysia 3-0

Sho Sasaki - Muhammad Hafiz Hashim 21-19 21-16
Noriyasu Hirata/Hirokatsu Hashimoto - Lim Khim Wah/Goh V Shem 21-11 11-21 21-18
Kenichi Tago - Daren Liew 30-28 21-19

Thursday, February 16, 2012

0 European Team Championships 2012, Matchday 3 (16/2)

WOMEN'S TEAMS

Switzerland v England 3-2

Jeanine Cicognini - Nicola Cerfontyne 21-14 21-12
Sabrina Jaquet - Sarah Walker 20-22 21-19 21-17
Marion Gruber/Sanya Herzig - Mariana Agathangelou/Heather Olver 7-21 8-21
Nicole Schaller - Kate Robertshaw 21-15 21-13
Jeanine Cicognini/Sabrina Jaquet - Jenny Wallwork/Gabrielle White 0-1 (retired)

Ukraine v Czech Republic 5-0

Larisa Griga - Kristina Gavnholt 21-15 24-22
Marija Ulitina - Zuzana Pavelkova 21-14 21-12
Natalya Voytsekh - Lucie Cerna 21-9 21-11
Marija Ulitina/Natalya Voytsekh - Kristina Gavnholt/Lucie Havlova 18-21 21-11 21-11
Larisa Griga/Anna Kobcheva - Alzbeta Basova/Lucie Cerna 21-15 21-10

Germany v Belarus 4-1

Juliane Schenk - Alesia Zeitsava 21-11 9-21 21-8
Karin Schnaase - Anastasiya Cherniavskaya 21-8 21-2
Fabienne Deprez - Alena Ziaziulchyk 21-12 21-13
Isabel Herttrich/Carla Nelte - Vlada Cherniavskaya/Alesia Zaitsava 21-8 18-21 19-21
Sandra Marinello/Birgit Michels - Anastasiya Cherniavskaya/Alena Ziaziulchyk 21-10 21-6

Scotland v Italy 4-1

Susan Egelstaff - Agnese Allegrini 11-21 21-17 12-21
Kirsty Gilmour - Claudia Gruber 21-9 21-5
Linda Sloan - Anna Boveri 21-8 21-9
Jillie Cooper/Rita Yuan Gao - Anna Boveri/Silvia Corradi 21-9 21-6
Kirsty Gilmour/Linda Sloan - Claudia Gruber/Tanja Scanferla 21-13 21-8

France v Belgium 4-1

Pi Hongyan - Lianne Tan 21-15 21-18
Audrey Fontaine/Emilie Lefel - Steffi Annys/Severine Corvilain 23-21 24-22
Perrine Lebuhanic - Sabine Devooght 21-14 21-8
Lorraine Baumann/Lea Palermo - Janne Elst/Jelske Snoeck 12-21 21-19 23-25
Delphine Lansac - Flore Vandenhoucke 14-21 21-19 21-9

Bulgaria v Finland 5-0

Petya Nedelcheva - Nanna Vainio 21-9 23-21
Linda Zechiri - Airi Mikkela 21-9 21-15
Stefani Stoeva - Sanni Rautala 21-12 21-10
Dimitria Popstoikova/Gabriela Stoeva - Mathilda Lindholm/Jenny Nystrom 21-13 21-12
Diana Dimova/Petya Nedelcheva - Sanni Rautala/Nanna Vainio 21-11 21-7

Denmark v Spain

Tine Baun - Carolina Marin 21-18 18-21 18-21
Karina Jorgensen - Beatriz Corrales 17-21 21-16 21-14
Line Kjaersfeldt - Laura Molina 21-8 21-8
Line Damkjaer Kruse/Marie Roepke - Noelia Jimenez/Laura Molina 21-9 21-11
Maria Helsbol/Line Kjaersfeldt - Beatriz Corrales/Carolina Marin

Russia v Slovenia 5-0

Anastasia Prokopenko - Maja Tvrdy 21-8 21-7
Tatjana Bibik - Spela Silvester 21-18 21-3
Anastasia Chervaykova/Nina Vislova - Nika Koncut/Tina Kodric 21-7 21-16
Romina Gabdullina - Kaja Stankovic 21-6 21-9
Anastasia Prokopenko/Valeri Sorokina - Spela Silvester/Maja Tvrdy 21-8 21-8

Wales v Iceland 3-2

Sarah Thomas - Ragna Ingolfsdottir 11-21 20-22
Carissa Turner - Tinna Helgadottir 21-12 19-21 21-18
Vikki Jones - Snjolaug Johannsdottir 21-14 21-14
Sarah Thomas/Carissa Turner - Tinna Helgadottir/Ragna Ingolfsdottir 21-23 14-21
Bethan Higginson/Vikki Jones - Rakel Johannesdottir/Karitas Osk Olafsdottir 23-21 21-17

Netherlands v Sweden 5-0

Judith Meulendijks - Jenny Wan 21-8 21-6
Selena Piek/Iris Tabeling - Sanne Ekberg/Amanda Hogstrom 21-10 21-14
Patty Stolzenbach - Ellinor Widh 19-21 21-4 21-14
Lotte Jonathans/Paulien Van Dooremalen - Emelie Lennartsson/Emma Wengberg 17-21 21-16 21-19
Soraya De Visch Eibergen - Amanda Hogstrom 21-16 21-12

Lithuania v Croatia 3-2

Akvile Stapusaityte - Dorotea Sutara 21-15 21-7
Gerda Voitechovskaja - Katarina Galenic 21-10 14-21 21-14
Rasa Sulniene - Maja Pavlinic 21-19 14-21 17-21
Akvile Stapusaityte/Gerda Voitechovskaja - Katarina Galenic/Vlah Lucija 27-25 21-11
Indre Stareviciute/Rasa Sulniene - Maja Pavlinic/Dorotea Sutara 8-21 12-21

Estonia v Portugal 4-1

Laura Vana - Telma Santos 21-16 16-21 11-21
Getter Saar - Sofia Setim 21-7 21-17
Kristin Kuuba - Sonia Goncalves 16-21 21-16 21-9
Kertu Margus/Grete Talviste - Helena Pestana/Telma Santos (retired)
Kristin Kuuba/Helena Ruutel - Sonia Goncalves/Sofia Setim 22-20 23-21

Republic of Ireland v Slovakia 3-2

Chloe Magee - Jana Ciznarova 21-10 21-6
Jennie King - Zuzana Orlovska 9-21 13-21
Alannah Stephenson - Martina Rapiska 21-14 18-21 16-21
Sinead Chambers/Jennie King - Jana Ciznarova/Martina Rapiska 19-21 21-12 21-14
Chloe Magee/Alannah Stephenson - Barbora Bobrovska/Zuzana Orlovska 21-10 21-7

MEN'S TEAMS

Denmark v Sweden 5-0

Hans-Kristian Vittinghus - Henri Hurskainen 21-14 21-14
Mads Conrad-Petersen/Jonas Rasmussen - Patrick Lundqvist/Jonathan Nordh 21-18 21-11
Viktor Axelsen - Mathias Borg 21-4 21-4
Rasmus Bonde/Anders Kristiansen - Nico Ruponen/Magnus Sahlberg 22-20 21-17
Rasmus Fladberg - Mikael Westerback 21-14 23-21

Russia v Bulgaria 5-0

Ivan Sozonov - Peyo Boichinov 20-22 21-13 21-10
Vladimir Malkov - Blagovest Kisyov 22-20 21-9
Stanislav Pukhov - Ivan Rusev 21-17 21-12
Vitalij Durkin/Alexandr Nikolaenko - Stilian Makarski/Krasimir Yankov 21-19 21-13
Evgenij Dremin/Sergey Lunev - Peyo Boichinov/Ivan Rusev 21-15 21-11


Wales v Portugal 4-1

Raj Popat - Pedro Martins 14-21 16-21
Daniel Font - Tomas Nero 21-19 21-13
Martyn Lewis - Hugo Rodriguez 21-16 21-17
Oliver Gwilt/James Phillips - Pedro Martins/Hugo Rodriguez 21-13 21-13
Matthew Hughes/Mrtyn Lewis - Tomas Nero/Fernando Silva 1-0 (retired)

Netherlands v Austria 4-1

Eric Pang - David Obernosterer 21-9 21-5
Jorrit De Ruiter/Dave Khodabux - Juergen Koch/Peter Zauner
Dicky Palyama - Luka Wraber 21-10 21-11
Jacco Arends/Jelle Maas - David Obernosterer/Roman Zirnwald 14-21 21-14 21-8
Nick Fransman - Matthias Almer 13-21 10-21

Belgium v Lithuania 4-1

Yuhan Tan - Povilas Barthusis 21-15 21-12
Maxime Moreels - Edgaras Slusnys 21-7 21-8
Marijn Put - Alan Plavin 20-22 21-16 13-21
Nick Marcoen/Sam Van Den Broeck - Donatas Narvilas/Edgaras Slusnys 21-7 21-12
Mattijs Dierickx/Freek Golinski - Povilas Bartusis/Alan Plavin 21-15 21-19

Germany v Republic of Ireland 5-0

Marc Zwiebler - Scott Evans 21-15 21-11
Marcel Reuter - Owen Marron (walkover)
Lukas Schmidt - Sam Magee 21-11 21-14
Michael Fuchs/Oliver Roth - Owen Marron/Tony Stephenson (walkover)
Ingo Kindervater/Johannes Schoettler - Scott Evans/Sam Magee 21-6 21-13

France v Italy 4-1
Mathieu Lo Ying Ping - Rosario Maddaloni 13-21 19-21
Thomas Rouxel - Giovanni Greco 21-6 21-17
Alexandre Francoise - Daniel Messersi 21-18 21-7
Mathias Quere/Labar Ronan - Giacomo Battaglino/Marco Mondavio 21-8 21-13
Baptiste Careme/Sylvain Grosjean - Giovanni Greco/Daniel Messersi 21-12 21-13

Hungary v Slovakia

Henrik Toth - Jarolim Vicen 21-16 14-21 17-21
Marton Szatzker - Martin Kozar 21-17 21-15
Gergely Krausz - Matej Hlinican 21-10 22-20
Kristof Horvath/Gergely Krausz - Martin Kozar/Jarolim Vicen 12-21 15-21
Marton szatsker/Henrik Toth - Matej Hlinican/Marian Smrek

Ukraine v Finland 4-1

Dmytro Zavadzky - Ville Lang 21-12 21-16
Valeriy Atraschenkov - Eetu Heino 21-19 4-21 19-21
Vladislav Druzhenko - Kalle Koljonen 21-13 21-19
Vitaly Konov/Dmytro Zavadzky - Eeto Heino/Oskari Saarinen 21-19 21-19
Valeriy Atraschenkov/Vladislav Druschenko - Ville Lang/Mikko Vikman 21-17 17-21 21-19

Poland v Spain 3-2

Przemyslaw Wacha - Pablo Abian 21-15 20-22 18-21
Hubert Paczek - Ernesto Velazquez 9-21 21-19 15-21
Lukasz Moren/Wojciech Skudlarczyk - Jose Vicente Martinez/Eliecer Ojeda 21-12 21-18
Adrian Dziolko - Victor Martin 21-10 27-25
Michal Logosz/Robert Mateusiak - Pablo Abian/Ernesto Velazquez 21-13 21-17

Switzerland v Slovenia 3-2

Christian Boesiger - Iztok Utrosa 21-13 21-7
Anthony Dumartheray - Luka Petric 17-21 18-21
Nicolas Blondel - Roj Alen 17-21 19-21
Thomas Heiniger/Florian Schmid - Matevs Bajuk/Ales Mum 21-19 21-19
Christian Boesiger/Gilles Tripet - Roj Alen/Luka Petric 21-11 21-17

England v Czech Republic 5-0

Rajiv Ouseph - Jan Frohlich 21-9 18-21 21-7
Carl Baxter - Jakub Bitman 21-17 21-7
Ben Beckman - Milan Ludik 20-22 21-15 21-13
Chris Langridge/Peter Mills - Jakub Bitman/Petr Koukal 21-12 21-14
Chris Adcock/Andrew Ellis - Jan Frohlich/Milan Ludik 21-11 21-8

0 Thomas-Uber Cup 2012 Asian Preliminary, Matchday 4 (16/2)

THOMAS CUP

China v Thailand 3-0

Cheng Long - Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk 21-11 21-9
Chai Biao/Guo Zhendong - Bodin Issara/Maneepong Jongjit 21-17 21-6
Du Pengyu - Suppanyu Avihingsanon 21-18 21-9

Japan v Chinese Taipei 3-0

Sho Sasaki - Hsu Jen Hao 21-5 21-10
Noriyasu Hirata/Hirokatsu Hashimoto - Lee Sheng Mu/Fang Chieh Min 21-13 21-18
Kenichi Tago - Hsueh Hsuan Yi 19-21 26-24 21-11

Malaysia v India 3-0

Lee Chong Wei - Ajay Jayaram 12-21 17-21 21-8
Koo Kien Keat/Tan Boon Heong - Rupesh Kumar/Sanave Thomas 21-14 23-21
Muhammad Hafiz Hashim - Kashyap Parupalli 21-17 18-21 21-11

UBER CUP

Chinese Taipei v Hong Kong, China 3-1

Cheng Shao Chieh - Pui Yin Yip 14-21 16-21
Tai Tzu Ying - Tsz Ka Chan 21-14 21-18
Hsiao Ma Pai - Ying Suet Tse 21-19 21-18
Wang Pei Rong/Hsieh Pei Chen - Hoi Wah Chau/Tsz Ka Chan 21-8 21-17

Japan v Singapore 3-0

Sayaka Sato - Gu Juan 21-10 21-18
Mizuki Fujii/Reika Kakiiwa - Yao Lei/Shinta Mulia Sari 21-16 21-15
Eriko Hirose - Fu Mingtian 21-11 21-13

Thailand v Malaysia 3-0

Inthanon Ratchanok - Tee Jing Yi 21-8 21-7
Porntip Buranaprasertsuk - Lydia Li Ya Cheah 21-19 21-13
Sapsiree Taerattanachai - Yang Li Lian 21-12 21-10

China v Indonesia 3-2

Jiang Yanjiao - Adrianti Firdasari 20-22 21-8 21-9
Tian Qing/Zhao Yunlei - Greysia Polii/Meiliana Jauhari 21-7 21-9
Li Xuerui - Maria Febe Kusumastuti 21-14 21-17

Indonesia v Korea Republic 3-2

Simon Santoso v Lee Hyun-il 21-14 15-21 16-21
Bona Septano/Mohammad Ahsan v Yoo Yeon-seong/Ko Sung-hyun 21-18 20-22 19-21
Taufik Hidayat v Shon Wan-ho 21-11 21-15
Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan v Lee Yong-dae/Shin Baek-Choel 19-21 21-17 21-17
Tommy Sugiarto v Hong Ji-hoon 21-7 16-21 21-8

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

0 European Team Championships 2012, Matchday 2 (15/2)

WOMEN'S TEAM

Switzerland v Scotland 3-2

Jeanine Cicognini - Susan Egelstaff 13-21 18-21
Sabrine Jaquet - Kirsty Gilmour 21-15 14-21 21-14
Nicole Schaller - Linda Sloan 21-12 21-10
Jeanine Cicognini/Sabrine Jaquet - Rita Yuan Gao/Kirsty Gilmour 21-15 21-16
Marion Gruber/Sanya Herzig - Jillie Cooper/Linda Sloan 15-21 13-21

Belgium v Wales 4-1

Lianne Tan - Sarah Thomas 21-7 21-9
Sabine Devooght - Carissa Turner 21-19 13-21 22-20
Flore Vandenhoucke - Vikki Jones 21-18 7-21 23-21
Steffi Annys/Severine Corvilain 23-21 18-21 12-21
Janne Elst/Jelske Snoeck - Bethan Higginson/Vikki Jones 21-12 21-19

France v Iceland 4-1

Pi Hongyan - Ragna Ingolfsdottir 21-19 21-18
Perrine Lebuhanic - Snjolaug Johannsdottir 21-10 21-11
Audrey Fontaine/Emilie Lefel - Tinna Helgadottir/Ragna Ingolfsdottir 16-21 12-21
Marie Batomene - Rakel Johannesdottir 21-9 21-8
Lorraine Baumann/Lea Palermo - Snjolaug Johannsdottir/Karitas Osk Olafsdottir 21-13 21-17

England v Italy 4-1

Sarah Walker - Agnese Allegrini 21-18 15-21 15-21
Riou Panuga - Claudia Gruber 21-12 21-13
Kate Robertshaw - Silvia Corradi 21-9 21-10
Alexandra Langley/Lauren Smith - Claudia Gruber/Tanja Scanferla 21-7 21-7
Mariana Agathangelou/Heather Olver - Anna Boveri/Silviar Corradi 21-3 21-4

Czech Republic v Croatia 5-0

Kristina Gavnholt - Dorotea Sutara 21-12 21-7
Zuzana Pavelkova - Katarina Galenic 21-8 21-10
Lucie Cerna - Maja Pavlinic 21-11 21-15
Alzbeta Basova/Lucie Havlova - Katarina Galenic/Vlah Lucija 21-12 21-14
Lucie Cerna/Kristina Gavnholt - Maja Pavlinic/Dorotea Sutara 21-11 21-8

Finland v Portugal 3-2

Anu Nieminen - Telma Santos 9-21 2-7 (retired)
Nanna Vainio - Sofia Setim 21-6 21-6
Airi Mikkela - Sonia Goncalves 21-3 21-12
Mathilda Lindholm/Jenny Nystrom - Helena Pestana/Telma Santos 21-18 21-23 20-22
Sanni Rautala/Nanna Vainio - Sonia Goncalves/Sofia Setim 21-11 21-10

Bulgaria v Estonia 5-0

Petya Nedelcheva - Laura Vana 21-11 21-10
Diana Dimkova/Dimitria Popstoikova - Kristin Kuuba/Helina Ruutel 21-9 21-11
Linda Zechiri - Getter Saar 21-14 21-16
Gabriela Stoeva/Stefani Stoeva - Kertu Margus/Grete Talviste 21-6 21-13
Dimitria Popstoikova - Kristin Kooba 21-14 21-4

Ukraine v Lithuania 5-0

Larisa Griga - Akvile Stapusaityte 21-9 15-21 21-19
Marija Ulitina - Gerda Voitechovskaia 21-14 21-10
Natalya Voytsekh - Rasa Sulniere 21-5 21-9
Marija Ulitina/Natalya Voytsekh - Akvile Stapusaityte/Gerda Voitechovskaia 21-17 21-15
Yuliya Kazarinova/Anna Kobceva - Indre Stareviciute/Rasa Sulniere 21-14 21-11

Slovenia v Slovakia 5-0

Maja Tvrdy - Jana Ciznarova 21-12 16-21
Spela Silvester - Zuzana Orlovska 21-7 21-9
Tina Kodric - Martina Repiska 21-17 25-23
Nika Koncut/Kaja Stankovic - Barbora Bobrovska/Zuzana Orlovska 21-15 21-7
Spela Silvester/Tina Kodric - Jana Ciznarova/Martina Repiska 21-15 21-13

Netherlands v Hungary 5-0

Judith Meulendijks - Orsolya Varga 21-4 21-5
Patty Stolzenbach - Regina Zsofia Zsigmond 21-9 21-13
Lotte Jonathans/Paulien Van Dooremalen - Sara Fekete/Zsofia Horvath 21-14 21-11
Soraya De Visch Eibergen - Laura Sarosi 21-19 21-19
Samantha Barning/Ilse Vaessen - Orsolya Varga/Regina Zsofia Zsigmond  21-1 21-8

Germany v Cyprus 5-0

Juliane Schenk - Stella Knekna 21-12 21-15
Olga Konon - Dometia Ioannou 21-4 21-11
Fabienne Deprez - Stefany Pinchary 21-9 21-7
Johanna Goliszewski/Carla Nelte - Maria Avraamidou/Stella Knekna 21-9 21-12
Isabel Herttrich/Karin Schnaase - Dometia Ioannou/Stefany Pinchary 21-12 21-10

Denmark v Poland 4-1

Karina Jorgensen - Agata Swist 21-11 21-16
Camilla Sorensen - Anna Narel 21-15 15-21 19-21
Line Kjaersfeldt - Natalia Pocztowiak 21-16 21-17
Maria Helsbol/Camilla Sorensen - Anna Narel/Agata Swist 21-19 21-14
Line Damkjaer Kruse/Marie Roepke - Natalia Pocztowiak/Agniezka Wojtkowska 18-21 21-11 21-12

Russia v Republic of Ireland 4-1

Anastasia Prokopenko - Chloe Magee 19-21 21-19 10-21
Tatjana Bibik - Sinead Chambers 21-6 21-12
Romina Gabdullina - Alannah Stephenson 21-10 21-18
Tatjana Bibik/Valeri Sorokina - Sinead Chambers/Jennie King 21-18 21-5
Anastasia Chervaykova/Nina Vislova - Chloe Magee/Alannah Stephenson 21-15 21-19

MEN'S TEAMS

Denmark v Scotland 5-0

Hans-Kristian Vittinghus - Kieran Merrilees 14-21 21-16 21-8
Mads Conrad-Petersen/Jonas Rasmussen - Martin Campbell/Angus Gilmour 21-13 21-7
Viktor Axelsen - Gordon Hoggan 21-11 21-17
Rasmus Bonde/Anders Kristiansen - Jamie Neill/Paul Van Rietvelde 21-16 21-19
Rasmus Fladberg - Calum Menzies 21-15 21-18

Germany v Israel 5-0

Dieter Domke - Misha Zilberman 21-11 21-18
Marcel Reuter - Vladi Cheslov 21-9 21-15
Lukas Schmidt - Alexander Bass 21-5 21-11
Michael Fuchs/Oliver Roth - Vladi Cheslov/Ariel Shainski 21-13 21-8
Peter Kaesbauer/Josche Zurwonne - Alexander Bass/Misha Zilberman 21-11 21-17

Czech Republic v Switzerland 3-2

Petr Koukal - Christian Boesiger 9-21 9-21
Jan Frohlich - Christoph Heiniger 21-14 21-10
Milan Ludik - Nicolas Blondel 21-8 22-20
Jakub Bitman/Petr Koukal - Thomas Heiniger/Florian Schmid 10-21 21-17 17-21
Jan Frohlich/Milan Ludik - Anthony Dumartheray/Gilles Tripet 21-14 17-21 21-16

England v Slovenia 5-0

Rajiv Ouseph - Iztok Utrosa 21-13 21-19
Carl Baxter - Luka Petric 21-6 21-9
Toby Petty - Roj Alen 21-15 21-11
Marcus Ellis/Nathan Robertson - Matevz Bajuk/Ales Mum 21-4 21-9
Chris Adcock/Andrew Ellis - Roj Alen/Luka Petric 21-12 21-18

Bulgaria v Portugal 4-1

Krasimir Yankov - Pedro Martins 18-21 15-21
Stilian Makarski - Tomas Nero 21-8 21-17
Peyo Boichinov - Hugo Rodriguez 21-9 21-14
Stilian Makarski/Krasimir Yankov - Pedro Martins/Hugo Rodriguez 22-20 21-17
Peyo Boichinov/Ivan Rusev - Tomas Nero/Fernando Silva 1-0 (retired)

Russia v Wales 5-0

Vladimir Ivanov - Raj Popat 21-12 21-6
Vladimir Malkov - Daniel Font 21-9 21-18
Stanislav Pukhov - Oliver Gwilt 21-7 21-8
Evgenij Dremin/Sergey Lunev - Martyn Lewis/James Phillips 21-11 21-11
Vladimir Ivanov/Ivan Sozonov - Daniel Font/Oliver Gwilt 21-13 21-12

Netherlands v Slovakia 5-0

Eric Pang - Jarolim Vicen 21-12 21-14
Dicky Palyama - Martin Kozar 21-16 21-14
Nick Fransman - Matej Hlinican 21-11 21-14
Ruud Bosch/Koen Ridder - Martin Kozar/Jarolim Vicen 21-9 21-14
Jorrit De Ruiter/Dave Khodabux - Matej Hlinican/Marian Smrek 21-8 21-7

Austria v Hungary 5-0

David Obernosterer - Henrik Toth 21-15 21-15
Luka Wraber - Marton Szatzker 21-9 21-17
Matthias Almer - Gergely Krausz 21-18 21-14
David Obernosterer/Roman Zirnwald - Marton Szatzker/Henrik Toth 21-11 21-17
Jurgen Koch/Peter Zauner - Kristof Horvath/Gergely Krausz 21-6 21-10

Poland v Lithuania 5-0

Przemyslaw Wacha - Povilas Bartusis 21-8 21-9
Hubert Paczek - Edgaras Slusnys 21-10 21-7
Adrian Dziolko - Alan Plavin 21-10 21-7
Lukasz Moren/Wojciech Szkudlarczyk - Donatas Narvilas/Edgaras Slusnys 21-11 21-12
Adam Cwalina/Michal Logosz - Povilas Bartusis/Alan Plavin 21-11 21-14

Spain v Belgium 4-1

Pablo Abian - Yuhan Tan 13-21 22-20 21-17
Ernesto Velazquez - Maxime Moreels 21-13 21-11
Jose Vicente Martinez/Eliecer Ojeda - Mattijs Dierickx/Freek Golinski 19-21 8-21
Victor Martin - Marijn Put 21-13 21-12
Pablo Abian/Ernesto Velazquez - Nick Marcoen/Sam Van Den Broeck 21-18 21-10

Italia v Estonia 3-2

Rosario Maddaloni - Raul Must 41-21 11-21
Giovanni Greco - Rainer Kaljumae 21-10 6-21 21-12
Giacomo Battaglino/Marco Mondavio - Kristjan Kaljurand/Robert Kasela 21-23 14-21
Daniel Messersi - Ingmar Seidelberg 21-16 19-21 21-12
Giovanni Greco/Rosario Maddaloni - Andres Aru/Ants Mengel 21-15 21-17

France v Croatia 5-0

Brice Leverdez - Luka Zdenjak 21-18 21-10
Thomas Rouxel - Josip Uglesic 21-8 21-13
Alexandre Francoise - Zvonimir Hoelbling 21-14 21-7
Mathias Quere/Labar Ronan - Josip Uglesic/Luka Zdenjak 21-15 21-8
Baptiste Careme/Sylvain Grosjean - Zvonimir Durkinjak/Zvonimir Hoelbling 21-18 17-21 21-16

Finland v Iceland 4-1

Ville Lang - Atli Johannesson 21-12 21-10
Eetu Heino - Magnus Ingi Helgason 21-5 21-12
Kalle Koljonen - Kari Gunnarsson 21-17 11-21 22-20
Eetu Heino/Oskari Saarinen - Magnus Ingi Helgason/Helgi Johannesson 19-21 17-21
Ville Lang/Mikko Vikman - Kari Gunnarsson/Atli Johannesson 21-18 21-8

Ukraine v Luxembourg 5-0

Dmytro Zavadsky - Robert Mann 21-3 21-16
Valeriy Atraschenkov - Yann Hellers 21-14 21-16
Artem Pochtarev - Mike Vallenthini 21-19 21-16
Gennadiy Natarov/Dmytro Zavadsky - Yann Hellers/Eric Solagna 21-7 21-11
Vladislav Druzchenko/Vitaly Konov - Akis Leo Thomas/Mike Vallenthini 21-7 21-5

Results of the previous matchday: Matchday 1

0 Thomas-Uber Cup 2012 Asian Preliminary, Matchday 3 (15/2)

THOMAS CUP

Singapore v Macau, China 5-0

Derek Wong Zi Liang - Kin Fai Leong 21-10 21-9
Chao Huang - Chi Man Lam 21-11 21-12
Jeffrey Wong/Jonathan Tang - Ion Weng Lo/Io Keng Iao 21-8 21-13
Gerald Ong - Chi Cong Ng 21-12 21-6
Terry Yeo/Liu Yi - Kin Fai Leong/Chi Man Lam

Sri Lanka v Kazakhstan 5-0

Niluka Karunaratne - Artur Niyazov 21-13 21-6
Kindelitiyage Lasitha - Yerzhakanov Samat 21-19 21-17
Rajitha Sandeepana - Klyam Anton 21-13 21-11
Rajitha Sandeepana/Hasitha Chanaka - Artur Niyazov/Askar Ormanov 21-15 21-5
Kindelpitiyage Lasitha/Sankalpa Gunawardena - Yerzhakanov Samat/Klyam Anton 21-10 21-14

Japan v Thailand 4-1

Sho Sasaki - Boonsak Ponsana 21-16 21-8
Noriyasu Hirata/Hirokatsu Hashimoto - Bodin Issara/Maneepong Jongjit 19-21 19-21
Kenichi Tago - Tanongsak Saensomboonsuk 21-19 21-12
Kenichi Hayakawa/Hiroyuki Endo - Sudket Parapakamol/Songphon Anugritayawon 19-21 21-16 21-18
Takuma Ueda - Suppanyu Avihingsanon 21-18 21-16

China v Chinese Taipei 5-0

Chen Long - Hsu Jen Hao 21-9 21-13
Liu Xiaolong/Qiu Zihan - Lee Sheng Mu/Fang Chieh Min 21-19 21-20
Du Pengyu - Hsueh Hsuan Yi 22-20 21-9
Chai Biao/Zhang Nan - Wu Chun Wei/Liao Min Chun 22-20 21-17
Wang Zhengming - Chou Tien Chen 21-11 21-11

Indonesia v India 3-2

Simon Santoso - Kashyap Parupalli 21-7 21-15
Alvent Yulianto C/Hendra Aprida G - Rupesh Kumar/Sanave Thomas 18-21 16-21
Taufik Hidayat - Anand Pawar 21-16 21-13
Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan - Akshay Dewalkar/Pranav Chopra 21-19 21-16
Dionysius Hayom R - Sai Praneeth 21-13 15-21 9-21

Malaysia v Korea Republic 3-2

Lee Chong Wei - Lee Hyun Il 21-13 21-15
Koo Kien Keat/Tan Boon Heong - Yoo Yeonseong/Ko Sunghyun 21-14 21-19
Muhammad Hafiz Hashim - Shon Wanho 22-24 16-21
Lim Khim Wah/Goh V Shem - Lee Yongdae/Shin Baekchoel 18-21 21-19 21-11
Muhammad Arif Abdul Latif - Hong Jihoon 17-21 21-15 

UBER CUP

Sri Lanka v Kazakhstan 5-0

Renu Chandrika - Veronika Sorokina 21-14 21-17
Thilini Pramodika - Karina Suleyeva 21-9 21-13
Lekha Shehani - Elizaveta Yakovleva 21-11 22-20
Renu Chandrika/Nadeesha Gayanthi - Veronika Sorokina/Karina Suleyeva 21-18 21-13
Thilini Pramodika/Kavindi Ishandika - Ilyana Filipchuk/Elizaveta Yakovleva 21-10 22-20

Chinese Taipei v Singapore 4-1

Cheng Shao Chieh - Gu Juan 21-17 21-14
Cheng Wen Hsing/Chien Yu Chin - Yao Lei/Shinta Mulia Sari 16-21 12-21
Tai Tzu Ying - Fu Mingtian 21-11 21-14
Wang Pei Rong/Hsieh Pei Chen - Chen Jiayuan/Thng Ting Ting 21-10 23-21
Hsiao Ma Pai - Xing Aiying 21-19 21-19

Japan v Hong Kong, China 4-1

Sayaka Sato - Pui Yin Yip 20-22 18-21
Eriko Hirose - Tsz Ka Chan 21-16 21-16
Mizuki Fujii/Reika Kakiiwa - Lok Yan Poon/Ying Suet Tse 21-15 21-19
Ai Goto - Kwan Yi Mong 22-20 21-14
Miyuki Maeda/Satoko Suetsuna - Hoi Wah Chau/Tsz Ka Chan 21-18 21-17

Thailand v Indonesia 3-2

Inthanon Ratchanok - Adrianti Firdasari 16-21 21-23
Porntip Buranaprasertsuk - Lindaweni Fanetri 21-18 10-21 21-18
Sapsiree Taerattanachai - Belaetrix Manuputi 21-12 14-21 21-11
Saralee Thoungthongkam/Kunchala Voravichitchaikul - Liliyana Natsir/Meiliana Jauhari 21-18 21-19
Savitree Amitrapai/Sapsiree Taerattanachai - Nitya Krishinda Maheswari/Anneke Feinya Agustin 3-4 (retired)

China v India 5-0

Jiang Yanjiao - Saina Nehwal 21-19 21-19
Zhao Yunlei/Tian Qing - Jwala Gutta/Ashwini Ponnappa 21-19 21-10
Li Xuerui - Sindhu PV 21-16 21-13
Cheng Shu/Pan Pan - Prajakta Sawant/Pradnya Gadre 21-18 21-19
Liu Xin - Sayali Gokhale 21-9 21-2


Results of previous matchdays: Matchday 1, Matchday 2

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

0 European Team Championships 2012 - Men's Squads

Austria: Matthias Almer, Juergen Koch, Michael Lahnsteiner, David Obernoster, Vilson Vattanirappel, Luka Wraber, Peter Zauner, Roman Zimwald.
Belgium: Birger Abts, Mattijs Dierickx, Freek Golinski, Nick Moreels, Marijn Put, Yuhan Tan, Sam Van Den Broeck, Nathan Vervaeke.
Bulgaria: Peyo Boichinov, Jasen Borisov, Blagovest Kisyov, Stilian Makarski, Ivan Rusev, Krasimir Yankov.
Croatia: Igor Cimbur, Zvonimir Durkinjak, Zvonimir Hoelbling, Ivan Tucakovic, Josip Uglesic, Luka Zdenjak.
Czech Republic: Jakub Bitman, Pavel Drancak, Pavel Florian, Jan Frohlich, Ondrej Kopriva, Tomas Kopriva, Petr Koukal, Milan Ludik.
Denmark: Viktor Axelsen, Mathias Boe, Rasmus Bonde, Mads Conrad-Petersen, Rasmus Fladberg, Jan O Jorgensen, Anders Kristiansen, Carsten Mogensen, Jonas Rasmussen, Hans-Kristian Vittinghus.
England: Chris Adcock, Carl Baxter, Ben Beckman, Andrew Ellis, Marcus Ellis, Chris Langridge, Peter Mills, Rajiv Ouseph, Toby Penty, Nathan Robertson.
Estonia: Andres Aru, Rainer Kaljunae, Kristian Kaljurand,Robert Kasela, Raul Kasner, Ants Mengel, Raul Must, Ingmar Seidelberg, Heiki Sorge.
Finland: Henri Aarnio, Eetu Heino, Iikka Heino, Anton Kaisti, Kalle Koljonen, Mika Kongas, Ville Lang, Kasper Lehikoinen, Oskari Saarinen, Mikko Vikman.
France: Baptiste Careme, Alexandre Francoise, Joris Grosjean, Slvain Grosjean, Brice Leverdez, Mathieu Lo Ying Ping, Gaetan Mittelheisser, Mathias Quere, Labar Ronan, Thomas Rouxel.
Germany: Dieter Domke, Michael Fuchs, Peter Kaesbauer, Ingo Kindervater, Marcel Reuter, Oliver Roth, Lukas Schmidt, Johannes Schoettler, Josche Zurwonne, Marc Zwiebler.
Hungary: Balazs Boros, Tamas Gebhard, Kristof Horvath, Gergely Krausz, Norbert Megyesi, Marton Szatzker, Daniel Toth, Henrik Toth, Akos Varga.
Iceland: Kari Gunnarsson, Egill Guolaugsson, Magnus Ingi Helgason, Robert Thor Henn, Atli Johannesson, Helgi Johannesson, Einar Oslarsson.
Republic of Ireland: Scott Burnside, Magee Daniel, Jonathan Dolan, Scott Evans, Conor Hickland, Stuart Lightboy, Sam Magee, Owen Marron, Tony Stephenson, Niall Tierney.
Israel: Alexander Bass, Vladi Cheslov, Daniel Chislov, Itay Elazar, Llya Konyak, Ziv Nadil, Ariel Shainski, Misha Zilberman.
Italy: Giacomo Battaglino, Giovanni Greco, Rosario Maddaloni, Daniel Messersi, Marco Mondavio.
Lithuania: Povilas Bartusis, Donatas Narvilas, Kestutis Navickas, Alan Plavin, Arnoldas Slusnys, Edgaras Slusnys, Ramunas Stapusaitis.
Luxembourg: Hargiono, Yann Hellers, Robert Mann, Eric Solagna, Akis Leo Thomas, Mike Valenthini.
Netherlands: Jacco Arends, Ruud Bosch, Jorrit De Ruiter, Nick Fransman, Jordy Hilbink, Maas Jelle, Dave Khodabux, Dicky Palyama, Eric Pang, Koen Ridder.
Poland: Adam Cwalina, Adrian Dziolko, Michal Logosz, Robert Mateusiak, Lukasz Moren, Hubert Paczek, Wojciech Szkudlarczyk, Przemyslaw Wacha.
Portugal: Duarte Nuno Anjo, Hugo Batista, Bruno Carvalho, Gil Martins, Pedro Martins, Tomas Nero, Hugo Rodrigues, Nuno Santos, Diogo Silva, Fernando Silva.
Russia: Evgenij Dremin, Vitalij Durkin, Denis Grachev, Anton Ivanov, Vladimir Ivanov, Sergey Lunev, Vladimir Malkov, Alexandr Nikolaenko, Stanislav Pukhov, Ivan Sozonov.
Scotland: Martin Campbell, Angus Gilmour, Gordon Hoggan, Calum Menzies, Kieran Merrilees, Jamie Neill, Keith Turnbull, Paul Van Rietvelde.
Slovakia: David Balicha, Matej Hlinican, Martin Kozar, Marian Smrek, Marian Sulko, Jarolim Vicen, Vladimir Zavada.
Slovenia: Roj Alen, Matevz Bajuk, Ales Mum, Luka Petric, Matevz Srekl, Turk Urban, Iztok Utrosa.
Spain: Pablo Abian, Jesus Lorenzo, Victor Martin, Jose Vicente Martinez, Eliecer Ojeda, Galvez Rafael, Ernesto Velazquez, Alberto Zapico.
Sweden: Mathias Borg, Albin Carl Hjelm, Henri Hurskainen, Patrick Lundqvist, Jonathan Nordh, Nico Ruponen, Magnus Sahlberg, Mikael Westerback, Mattias Wigart.
Switzerland: Nicolas Blondel, Christian Boesiger, Livio Dorizzi, Anthoni Dumartheray, Christoph Heiniger, Thomas Heiniger, Florian Schmid, Gilles Tripet.
Ukraine: Valeriy Atraschenkov, Vladislav Druzchenko, Vitaly Konov, Gennadiy Natarov, Artem Pochtarev, Eugeny Pochtarev, Dmytro Zavadsky.
Wales: Daniel Font, Oliver Gwilt, Matthew Hughes, Martyn Lewis, Joe Morgan, James Phillips, Raj Popat.

0 European Team Championships 2012, Matchday 1 (14/2)

WOMEN'S TEAMS

Belarus v Cyprus 3-2

Alesia Zaitsava - Stella Knekna 21-12 21-12
Alena Ziaziulchyk - Dometia Ioannou 7-21 23-21 7-21
Vlada Tcherniavskaia - Stefany Pinchary 21-13 21-14
Anastasiya Cherniavskaya/Alena Ziaziulchyk 15-21 18-21
Vlada Tcherniavskaia/Alesia Zaitsava 21-10 21-15

Sweden v Hungary 3-2

Jenny Wan - Orsolya Varga 17-21 12-21
Ellinor Widh - Regina Zsolfia Zsigmond 21-13 21-16
Karolina Kotte - Laura Sarosi 14-21 21-16 5-21
Emelie Lennartsson/Emma Wengberg - Sara Fekete/Zsofia Horvath 21-4 21-5
Sanne Ekberg/Amanda Hogstrom - Laura Sarosi/Regina Zsofia Szigmond 21-11 21-10

Slovenia v Republic of Ireland 3-2

Maja Tvrdy - Chloe Magee 19-21 22-20 14-21
Spela Silvester - Sinead Chambers 21-19 22-20
Kaja Stankovic - Alannah Stephenson 18-21 21-13 21-18
Spela Silvester/Tina Kodric - Jennie King/Sinead Chambers 21-11 21-18
Kaja Stankovic/Maja Tvrdy - Chloe Magee/Alannah Stephenson 13-21 11-21

Russia v Slovakia 5-0

Anastasia Prokopenko - Jana Ciznarova 21-9 21-9
Ella Diehl - Zuzana Orlovska 21-16 22-20
Romina Gabdullina - Martina Repiska 21-6 21-13
Tatjana Bibik/Anastasia Chervaykova - Barbora Bobrovska/Zuzana Orlovska 21-9 21-6
Valeri Sorokina/Nina Vislova - Jana Ciznarova/Martina Repiska 21-6 21-8

Bulgaria v Portugal 5-0

Petya Nedelcheva - Telma Santos 21-12 21-9
Linda Zechiri - Helena Pestana 21-8 21-11
Stefani Stoeva - Sonia Goncalves 21-11 21-10
Dimitria Popostoikova/Gabriela Stoeva - Helena Pestana/Telma Santos 21-5 21-14
Diana Dimona/Petya Nedelcheva - Sonia Goncalves/Sofia Setim 21-5 21-3

Ukraine v Croatia 5-0

Larisa Griga - Dorotea Sutara 21-8 21-12
Marija Ulitina - Katarina Galenic 21-10 21-5
Natalya Voytsekh - Maja Pavlinic 21-11 21-9
Natalya Voytsekh/Marija Ulitina - Katarina Galenic/Vlah Lucija 21-11 21-8
Yuliya Kazarinova/Anna Kobceva - Maja Pavlinic/Dorotea Sutara 21-14 21-13

 Finland v Estonia 4-1

Nanna Vainio - Laura Vana 21-19 21-15
Airi Mikkela - Getter Saar 20-22 21-13 15-21
Sanni Rautala - Kristin Kuuba 21-18 19-21 21-12
Airi Mikkela/Nanna Vainio - Kertu Margus/Grete Talviste 21-17 21-16
Mathilda Lindholm/Jenny Nystrom - Kristina Kuuba/Helina Ruutel 21-14 21-8

Switzerland v Italy 4-1

Jeanine Cicognini - Agnese Allegrini 21-23 9-21
Sabrina Jaquet - Claudia Gruber 21-9 21-3
Nicole Schaller - Silvia Corradi 21-13 21-9
Sanya Herzig/Sabrina Jaquet - Anna Boveri/Silvia Corradi 21-7 21-13
Ayla Huser/Nicole Schaller - Claudia Gruber/Tanja Scanferia 21-6 21-10

France v Wales 4-1

Pi Hongyan - Sarah Thomas 21-11 21-9
Perrine Lebuhanic - Carissa Turner 21-10 18-21 24-22
Delphine Lansac - Vikki Jones 21-12 21-11
Audrey Fontaine/Emilie Lefel - Sarah Thomas/Carissa Turner 21-15 21-8
Baumann Lorraine/Lea Palermo - Bethan Higginson/Vikki Jones 14-21 21-6 16-21

Cech Republic v Lithuania 3-2

Kristina Gavnholt - Akvile Stapusaityte 19-21 17-21
Zuzana Pavelkova - Gerda Voitechovskaja 21-17 21-14
Lucie Cerna - Rasa Sulniene 21-7 21-9
Alzbeta Basova/Kristina Gavnholt - Akvile Stapusaityte 22-24 14-21
Lucie Cerna/Lucie Havlova - Indre Stareviciute/Rasa Sulniene 21-7 21-10

Poland v Spain 2-3

Kamila Augustyn - Carolina Marin 15-21 21-19 16-21
Agata Swist - Beatriz Corrales 7-21 12-21
Anna Narel - Laura Molina 21-14 18-21 21-18
Kamila Augustyn/Agniezka Wojtkowska - Noelia Jimenez/Laura Molina 21-16 21-15
Anna Narel/Natalia Pocztowiak - Beatriz Corrales/Carolina Marin 20-22 18-21

England v Scotland 3-2

Nicola Cerfontyne - Susan Egelstaff 7-21 10-21
Sarah Walker - Kirsty Gilmour 9-21 10-22
Kate Robertshaw - Linda Sloan 17-21 21-12 26-24
Jenny Wallwork/Gabrielle White - Rita Yuan Gao/Kirsty Gilmour 21-12 22-20
Mariana Agathangelou/Heather Olver - Jillie Cooper/Linda Sloan 21-18 21-12

MEN'S TEAMS

England v Switzerland 5-0
Rajiv Ouseph - Christian Boesiger 19-21 21-14 21-12
Chris Adcock/Andrew Ellis - Anthony Dumartheray/Thomas Heisiniger 21-18 21-9
Carl Baxter - Christoph Heiniger 21-13 21-13
Chris Langridge/Peter Mills - Florian Schmid/Gilles Tripet 21-11 21-11
Ben Beckman - Nicolas Blondel 21-8 21-19

Poland v Belgium 4-1

Przemyzlaw Wacha - Yuhan Tan 22-24 19-21
Wojciech Szkudlarczyk/Lukasz Moren - Mattijs Dierickx/Freek Golinski 21-15 21-18
Hubert Paczek - Maxime Moreels 21-18 14-21 21-19
Michal Logosz/Robert Mateusiak - Nick Marcoen/Sam Van Den Broeck 21-13 21-13
Adrian Dziolko - Marijn Put 21-9 21-12

Spain v Lithuania 5-0

Pablo Abian - Kestutis Navickas 2-0 (retired)
Ernesto Velazquez - Povilas Bartusis 21-7 21-8
Victor Martin - Edgaras Slusnys 23-21 21-18
Jose Vicente Martinez/Eliecer Djeda - Povilas Bartusis/Alan Plavin 21-19 21-11
Pablo Abian/Ernesto Velazquez - Donatas Narvilas/Edgaras Slusnys  21-9 21-13

Netherlands v Hungary 5-0

Eric Pang - Henrik Toth 21-8 21-13
Dicky Palyama - Marton Szatzker 22-20 21-5
Jordy Hilbink - Gergely Krausz 21-11 21-19
Jacco Arends/Jelle Maas - Kristof Horvath/Daniel Toth 21-13 21-7
Jorrit De Ruiter/Dave Khodabux - Gergely Krausz/Henrik Toth 21-12 21-10

Czech Republic v Slovenia 5-0

Petr Koukal - Iztok Utrosa 17-21 21-18 22-20
Jan Frohlich - Luka Petric 21-16 21-17
Milan Ludik - Matevz Bajuk 21-17 21-15
Jan Frohlich/Milan Ludik - Luka Petric/Iztok Utrosa 21-17 21-11
Jakub Bitman/Petr Koukal - Matevz Bajuk/Ales Mum 21-17 21-14

Russia v Portugal 5-0

Vladimir Ivanov - Pedro Martins 21-16 21-12
Ivan Sozonov - Fernando Silva 21-18 21-13
Vladimir Malkov - Hugo Rodriguez 21-14 21-11
Vitalij Durkin/Alexandr Nikolaenko - Pedro Martins/Tomas Nero 21-10 21-11
Evgenij Dremin/Sergey Lunev - Hugo Rodriguez/Fernando Silva 21-6 21-11

Austria v Slovakia 5-0

Michael Lahnsteiner - Jarolim Vicen 21-15 21-14
David Obernosterer - Martin Kozar 21-8 21-16
Luka Wraber - Marian Smrek 21-8 21-12
Juergen Koch/Peter Zauner - Martin Kozar/Jarolim Vicen 21-14 21-14
David Obernosterer/Roman Zirnwald - Matej Hlinican/Marian Smrek 21-13 21-14

Italy v Croatia 3-2

Rosario Maddaloni - Luka Zdenjak 23-21 21-10
Giovanni Greco - Josip Uglesic 21-12 21-17
Daniel Messersi - Zvonimir Durkinjak 9-21 18-21
Giacomo Battaglio/Marco Mondavio - Josip Uglesic/Luka Zdenjak 21-9 21-18
Rosario Maddaloni/Daniel Messersi - Zvonimir Durkinjak/Zvonimir Hoelbling 13-21 6-21

Finland v Luxembourg 5-0

Ville Lang - Robert Mann 21-5 21-16
Eetu Heino - Yann Hellers 21-14 21-16
Kalle Koljonen - Mike Vallenthini 21-10 21-6
Eetu Heino/Oskari Saarinen - Yann Hellers/Eric Solagna 21-9 21-9
Ville Lang/Mikko Vikman - Akis Leo Thomas/Mike Vallenthini 21-10 21-9

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