Results round up from the VICTOR Oceania Championships 2022

MEN’S SINGLES Nathan Tang opened his game with the same aggression that saw him past the first seed and reigning champion (Abhinav Manota) yesterday,  to take on New Zealand’s single sensation Edward Lau. Edward is the reigning junior champion (from 2019) and finished as runner up in the 2020 edition. This year, the seventh seed…

Abhinav’s new partnership exceeds expectations, Gronya and Kenneth guaranteed two medals each. Semifinal highlights – VICTOR Oceania Championships 2022

Pictured: Jack Wang (right) and Abhinav Manota (left), New Zealand. Photo Credit: Ho Kah Meng Australia is guaranteed to bring in two gold medals from this year’s championships as representatives were successful on both ends of the draw in the women’s singles and doubles. Meanwhile, New Zealander’s showed dominance in the men’s doubles as the…

Nathan Tang stuns the top seed, Gronya’s delight with new partners. Quarterfinals at the VICTOR Oceania Championships 2022

The quarterfinals of the VICTOR Oceania Championships 2022 took place at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatics Centre this morning. The biggest upsets came in the men’s singles as two of the top seeds were knocked out, including the reigning champion Abhinav Manota. Australia’s 32-year-old Nathan Tang showed absolutely no signs of slowing down, ousting top…

Remi’s quest continues, Oscar Guo dominates and one shock exit as the men’s singles draw opens the VICTOR Oceania Championships 2022

09The VICTOR Oceania Championships 2022 opened with the men’s singles draw this afternoon, with a large draw of 65 players from 4 member countries (Australia, Fiji, New Zealand and Tahiti) competing. The 2019 men’s singles finalist, Rémi Rossi, has returned to the continent to compete in this years tournament as his quest continues to be…

Oliver Leydon-Davis and Anona Pak aim for top podium finish as Commonwealth Games qualification looms

Pictured: Oliver Leydon-Davis and Anona Pak, New Zealand. Photo Credit: Badminton Photo Badminton Oceania has caught up with Badminton New Zealand’s top Mixed Doubles pair, Oliver Leydon-Davis and Anona Pak, who head into this year’s Championships as top seeds. Oliver Leydon-Davis is the reigning men’s doubles champion, but will be focusing solely on the mixed…