June 2009 All News
BADMINTON England has recently been awarded £20.8 million by Sport England for the period 2009-13.
RAJIV OUSEPH bowed out of the Yonex Sunrise Malaysia Open Grand Prix in Johor Bharu today along with mixed doubles pair Chris Adcock and Gabby White. But Adcock and Robert Blair remained in contention in the men's doubles after winning their opening match before losing a close second-round clash. For results and schedules check out...
Sports Clubs across the country are being invited to take part in a new survey, with the chance to win £200 of Decathlon vouchers, or a weekend in a top class London hotel.
Robert Blair and Imogen Bankier, the last British hopes at the Djarum Indonesia Open, gave Olympic champions Lee Yong Dae and Lee Hyo Jung a scare before losing in today's quarter-finals. Picture and copyright: badmintonphoto.com
Anthony Clark and Nathan Robertson's winning run came to an end in Jakarta today - but they are up to No 10 in the world rankings after their triumph on Sunday in Singapore. Robert Blair and Imogen Bankier are through to the Djarum Indonesia quarter-finals while Rajiv Ouseph has climbed to No 26 in the world and is Britain's top-ranked singles...
Anthony Clark and Nathan Robertson, fresh from their Aviva Singapore Open triumph on Sunday, picked up where they left off with a winning start at the Djarum Indonesia Open in Jakarta tonight. Donna Kellogg and Scotland's Imogen Bankier are also through to the women's doubles second round. Pictures and copyright: badmintonphoto.com