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…

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BWF World Junior Championships: Tough results for Australia in Group E, while New Zealand qualify for 17-24 playoffs

Pictured: Jack Yu and Kaitlyn Ea, Australia. Photo credit: Badminton Photo On day two of the BWF World Junior Mixed Team Championships, New Zealand completed their group stage matches, while Australia continue to work their way through Group E. Chinese Taipei were quick to set the tone as they opened with a 21-15 21-4 win…

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Sydney International 2019: Oliver Leydon-Davis doubles up on success as the Quarter-Finalists are decided

Pictured: Oliver Leydon-Davis/Anona Pak. Photo Credit: Luis Veniegra Photography Another day of intense competition saw a number of top seeds crumble on day three, as the Quarter Finalists are decided at the BWF International Series event. The Mixed Doubles contingent from the Philippines opened the day with two stunning blows to the top seeded Australians,…

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Filipino team tour Australia in between training camps to prepare for the South East Asian Games

Pictured: Philip Joper Escueta/Paul John Pantig. Photo credit: Luis Veniegra Photography Ten members of the Filipino national team are putting their skills to the test in Australia, competing at the recent South Australia International and this week’s Sydney International. The team has spent the last two months at an intensive training camp in Indonesia and…

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Sydney International 2019 Day one highlights: Abhinav Manota chases Pit Seng Low for the Oceania Tour title

Pictured: Abhinav Manota, New Zealand. Photo credit: Luis Veniegra Photography A handful of qualification matches in the Men’s and Women’s Singles, Men’s Doubles and Mixed Doubles opened the Sydney International 2019 as players battled for a place in the Main Draw and a shot at earning some vital World Ranking points. Japan’s Ebihara continued her…

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MEN’S SINGLES Tze Yong Ng (MAS) vs Lee Hyun Il (KOR)[1] 23-21 5-1 Retired There’s a very bright future ahead for Tze Yong Ng. His first year on the Open circuit after reaching the Quarter-Finals in last year’s BWF World Junior Championships and Badminton Asia Junior Championships, and he’s nearing the end of 2019 with…

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Australia’s Mapasa and Somerville ease into the Semi-Finals before Ming Chen and Yingzi stun the second seeds in the Mixed – South Australia International 2019

The South Australia International 2019 Quarter-Finals came to a dramatic end this afternoon as one of the biggest contenders for the Mixed Doubles title were knocked out of the competition. Ming Chen and Yingzi held their nerve as they let the second seeds recover from 20-17 in the second game, before letting Simon and Gronya…

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