October 2011 All News
Chris Adcock and Andrew Ellis pull off a superb victory over the Olympic champions to reach the quarter-finals at the Yonex French Open in Paris today. But Adcock and Imogen Bankier missed out in the mixed doubles on a day when they moved up to a career-best No 11 in the world.
GB Badminton enjoyed a productive day at the Yonex French Open yesterday with eight players winning through to the second round. Robert Blair and Gabby White's mixed doubles win over the no.7 seeds opened up home interest whilst, for sheer tenacity alone, the performance of the day came from Mariana Agathangelou and Heather...
Commonwealth bronze medallist Elizabeth Cann came through two tense qualifying battles to reach the main draw at the Yonex French Open in Paris.
The badminton action switches from Denmark to France this week as the England squad head for Paris and the Yonex French Open, which starts tomorrow with qualifying.
The next generation of Center Parcs -supported Team England badminton talent walked away with the U17 title at the Danish Junior Cup – but it took a miraculous fightback, and nerves of steel, to secure gold for the young squad.
Chris Adcock and Imogen Bankier's mixed doubles bid at the Yonex Denmark Open came to an end in Odense today. Picture and copyright: badmintonphoto.com