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The June issue of International Badminton Magazine covers many of the latest happenings of one of the world’s most exciting sports, including:
Commonwealth Games: Let the Games Commence
What upsets can we expect from the badminton at Glasgow’s Commonwealth Games this summer? Will the usual suspects prevail? Will Scottish players make the most of the home advantage? Badminton Scotland’s Leon Douglas makes predictions.
Don’t be a Dope
Doping has again reared its ugly head in badminton, with two Korean players first suspended and then reinstated after drug-testing anomalies. Dominic Bliss finds out how serious the problem of doping is across the sport.
World Tour Review: Look Who’s Back?
The old timers Lin Dan, Wang Shixian and Simon Santoso are names that have reappeared from the past to shine in competitions this spring. Raphael Sachetat reviews their chances, along with other leading title contenders for the weeks to come, including the World Championships in Denmark in August.
BADMINTON England Announce National Badminton League
An exciting new, game-changing National Badminton League (NBL) has been announced by BADMINTON England, aimed at attracting new and regular sports fans and growing the profile of the sport
Coaching & Instruction: Secrets of Power & Agility
How do great players look so relaxed, yet cover and control the court so easily? Physically it does not seem to cost them as much as other players, yet their shots crackle with power. They can explode a shot when they choose to, yet tickle it with finesse in the next moment. They appear effortless, but how do they do it? Are they just stronger and fitter than everyone else?
John Gibbons, author of A Practical Guide to Kinesiology Taping, discusses why Kinesiology taping is definitely the current buzzword in the field of sports medicine and is now a very common sight at all major sporting events.
Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles, Mixed Doubles, Men’s Doubles and Women’s Doubles Rankings at a glance