Badminton


Momota ruled out for two months after fatal crash

World No. 1 Kento Momota of Japan, who suffered a broken nose in a traffic accident in Malaysia on Monday, will not play in any competitions until March, the Japanese Badminton Association said yester...

January 15, 2020, Wednesday


Momota injured, driver killed in crash

World No. 1 Kento Momota was injured and his driver was killed in a crash near Kuala Lumpur yesterday just hours after he won the Malaysia Masters....

January 14, 2020, Tuesday


Chinese shuttlers bag three titles at Malaysia Masters

China bagged three titles at the Malaysia Masters yesterday after Chen Yufei added the women’s singles championship to those of the women’s doubles and mixed doubles, the finals of which were between Chinese...

January 13, 2020, Monday


Chen confirmed as world No. 1 in women’s singles

China’s Chen Yufei was confirmed as the world’s top women’s singles player in the latest global rankings released by the Badminton World Federation in Kuala Lumpur yesterday....

December 18, 2019, Wednesday


Momota revels in magical year

Kento Momota was banned from badminton for gambling in 2016....

December 17, 2019, Tuesday


Chen to end year as world No. 1

Home favorite Chen Yufei defeated current world No....

December 16, 2019, Monday


Zheng-Huang get tough draw at World Tour Finals

World No. 1 Zheng Siwei/Huang Yaqiong of China are running for their only missing major title in mixed doubles despite being drawn into a tricky group at the draw ceremony of the HSBC BWF World Tour Finals...

December 10, 2019, Tuesday


Chinese women’s doubles pair back as world No. 1

China’s women’s doubles pair of Chen Qingchen and Jia Yifan returned to world No....

November 20, 2019, Wednesday


Shuttlers Lee, Chen bask in HK Open triumphs

Home favorite Lee Cheuk-yiu battled to victory over Indonesia’s Anthony Ginting to secure a shock Hong Kong Open win as the Chinese city’s protests raged nearby yesterday....

November 18, 2019, Monday


Momota in shock withdrawal from Hong Kong Open

World No. 1 Kento Momota unexpectedly withdrew from the Hong Kong Open yesterday — without playing a match — leaving Indian challenger Kidambi Srikanth to advance to the second round....

November 13, 2019, Wednesday




 

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