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The March issue of International Badminton Magazine covers many of the latest happenings of one of the world’s most exciting sports, including:
English National Badminton Championships – Manchester 2012
Rajiv Ouseph and Elizabeth Cann were in top form as they both won their fifth singles titles at the English National Badminton Championships at the Bolton Arena. Mixed Doubles champions Chris Adcock and Gabby White were also both victorious in their straight doubles with Adcock teaming up with Andy Ellis and White joining forces with Jenny Wallwork.
The Greatest All Englander
Over the years the All England Open Championships have witnessed some stunning exploits from some truly great badminton champions. On the eve of 2012 championships, to be staged at the National Indoor Arena (NIA) in Birmingham from the 6th to 11th March, Dominic Bliss selects ten of the greatest Singles and Doubles players to have graced the All England courts.
Lee Chong Wei: No Prizes For Second Best
He may have won a Silver Medal at the last Olympics, but Malaysia’s World No.1 Lee Chong
Wei still feels he was a disappointment. Dominic Bliss explains why come the London Olympics, Gold is his only target.
BWF World Tour Review: Lin Dan Takes Super Grand Slam
Thanks to his win in the World Super Series Finals, China’s Lin Dan secured badminton’s Super Grand Slam for 2011, whilst in other BWF Super Series events China continue to dominate.
Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles, Mixed Doubles, Men’s Doubles and Women’s Doubles at a glance