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The December issue of International Badminton Magazine covers many of the latest happenings of one of the world’s most exciting sports, including:
Saina Nehwal: Can She Stop Chinese Domination?
Saina Nehwal occasionally regrets some of her lost childhood and sometimes wishes she had time to make friends. Richard Eaton gives an intriguing insight into the superstar whose achievement have earned her the label of “symbol of the new Indian woman” who admits to feeling driven to achieve successes no woman from her country has ever achieved before.
Yonex All England Open Badminton Championships – Birmingham 2012
Dominic Bliss looks forward to the Yonex All England Open Championships to be staged at the National Indoor Arena (NIA) in Birmingham from the 6th to 11th March.
Will Wembley Be Up To The Olympics?
Wembley is the focus of yet another of the many surprising contests it has experienced in its long history. This time though it is part of the action rather than housing it. Richard Eaton explains why some people doubt whether its iconic status will help ensure its success at the forthcoming Olympics and why Lord Coe and Sir Craig Reedie think it will.
2012 English National Badminton Championships
The English National Championships will be staged at the Bolton Arena from the 3rd to 5th February and promises to be among the most eagerly contested in the event’s history.
Peter Gade: The Last Lap
Former World No.1 Peter Gade has been a force ever since the year of the Kobe earthquake, when OJ Simpson was found not guilty and the Dow Jones rose through two millennia and the 5,000 mark for the first time. The world has changed dramatically but the Great Dane has merely evolved. Now that his retirement is approaching, badminton asks - how has he done it?
Q&A: Graham Anderson
Leading physiotherapist Graham Anderson talks with International Badminton Magazine.
Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles, Mixed Doubles, Men’s Doubles and Women’s Doubles at a glance.