The National Badminton Centre hosted the 97th All England Senior Badminton Championships last weekend which saw over 300 players from nine countries compete. The worldwide talent spanned from Canada to Malaysia gathered for an intense four days of badminton action with over 550 matches being played out.
Chris Adcock made up for England's false start at the Yonex Sunrise Indian Open today when he won his opening matches with Andy Ellis and Gabby White. Lauren Smith suffered double disappointment losing both her doubles matches.
The Years 10 & 11 boys badminton team from Stantonbury Campus takes top honours at the Center Parcs National Schools Championships whilst South Wilts Grammar School for Girls become national champions at the first attempt.
England's women's singles players will be aiming to outdo one another when they tackle the Portuguese International this weekend. Nicola Cerfontyne, Panuga Riou and Emily Westwood (pictured) are all seeded.
Rajiv Ouseph is looking to make an impact at the Yonex-Sunrise India Open this week after winning back-to-back titles in France and Finland. Chris Adcock and Gabby White are No.8 seeds in the mixed doubles.
THE Badminton World Federation are planning to introduce a review system for line calls - and England's Chris Adcock is all for it!