BWF World Junior Championships Day One: Mixed success in the Singles before all Women’s Doubles pairs power through to the second round

Pictured: Angela Yu (left) and Kaitlyn Ea (right), Australia. Photo credit: Badminton Photo Following the Mixed Team Championships which took place last week, the Individual competition got underway on Monday 7 October in Kazan, Russia. While the team players from Australia and New Zealand remain in the competition, they are joined by Tahiti’s Louis Beaubois…

Tahiti’s Teiva Politi paving the way for the Pacific, as he makes history at the BWF World Junior Championships

Pictured: Teiva Politi (front) and Nina Smits, Tahiti. Tahiti’s Teiva Politi is about to see out his Junior years in style; by making history at the BWF World Junior Championships 2019. Alongside fellow compatriot, Louis Beaubois, Politi will become one of the first competitors from the Pacific to compete in the BWF World Junior Championships.…

BWF World Junior Mixed Team Championships: Australia defeat Uzbekistan on their penultimate day of playoff matches

Pictured: Rio Agustino, Australia. Photo credit: Badminton Photo On the penultimate day of the BWF Junior Mixed Team Championships for Oceania’s representing teams, New Zealand and Australia competed in the playoff stages for a clear indicator of their final positions at this year’s event. After finishing third in Group E, Australia qualified for playoff positions…

BWF World Junior Mixed Team Championships: Mixed emotions as Australia and New Zealand narrowly lose out of first playoff game

Pictured: Catelyn Rozario, New Zealand. Photo credit: Badminton Photo The BWF World Junior Mixed Team Championships closed the Group stages on day three as the juniors began to fight for final playoff positions. Australia opened the morning with their last Group E match against Armenia. The regional junior Mixed Doubles champions, Jack and Angela Yu…

Quarter-Final highlights – Sydney International 2019

Pictured: Alvin Morada and Alyssa Yasbel Leonardo, Philippines. Photo credit: Luis Veniegra Photography The Filipino’s had plenty of reasons to celebrate this morning as two Mixed Doubles pairs got off to a cracking start, including a win over last week’s runners-up in Adelaide (Dejan and Serena). New Zealand’s Leydon-Davis and Pak also continued their good…