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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:
New Talents, Old Stars: Who Will Dominate 2014?
Lee Chong Wei and the Chinese Women’s Singles players dominated 2013, but the Malaysian was once again deprived of the world crown by a returning Lin Dan, while China let the crown slip into the hands of Thailand’s Ratchanok Inthanon. Raphael Sachetat investigates what the future might hold in 2014
Badminton Europe: The Future Is Bright
Dominic Bliss discusses the prospects of 24 young players chosen for Badminton Europe’s player development scheme, Future Stars. All of them, including two Brits, will receive funding for international travel, training and coaching
Jan Jorgensen: Time Will Tell
Jan Jorgensen, the only player in the Men’s Singles top 10 who isn’t from the Orient, is playing his best badminton ever. He attributes his success to the fact that he’s discovered his own path in life
With an increasing emphasis on technical and physical development, it is often forgotten, or in some case not even recognised, that in order to excel in their chosen sport world- class players, without exception, possess acute intelligence. The intelligence of leading players should not be judged on their IQ and general knowledge but on their understanding of the complex geometry of the badminton court.
Coaching & Instruction: How To Coach Your Child
Training your own kids is not a task to be taken lightly. Kids react differently to a parent than to a coach. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t. International Badminton Magazine explains why if you have the best interest of your child at heart, you should first ask yourself if you are the best person to be the coach
Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles, Mixed Doubles, Men’s Doubles and Women’s Doubles at a glance