2009 Tournaments News

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Langridge and Middleton in Toulouse
22.11.09 Langridge and Middleton edged out in doubles final in Glasgow

Robin Middleton and Chris Langridge were narrowly beaten in the men's doubels final at the  Bank of Scotland International Championships in Glasgow. Mariana Agathangelou and Scotland's Emma Mason also missed out in the women's doubles.

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20.11.09 Cann takes a tumble in Glasgow

Defending champion Elizabeth Cann suffered a shock defeat at the Bank of Scotland International Championships in Glasgow today. And new England prospect Jessica Fletcher sprang a surprise in the mixed doubles.

Rajiv Ouseph in Shanghai
19.11.09 England hopes end in Shanghai

England's four remaining title contenders bowed out in the second round at the China Open in Shanghai today. Anthony Clark and Donna Kellogg must now wait to see if they have done enough to make the BWF Masters Finals next month. Clark and Nathan Robertson are almost certain to be invited to contest the Finals. Picture and copyright:...

Clark and Kellogg win in China Open 1st round against He and Yu
18.11.09 Superb win for Clark and Kellogg in China

European champions Anthony Clark and Donna Kellogg pulled off one of their best wins of the year on day one of the China Open in Shanghai when they defeated Yonex All England champions and third seeds He Hanbin and Yu Yang in straight games. Picture and copyright: badmintonphoto.com

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16.11.09 Yorkshire top of Yehlex Inter County Championships Premier A after first weekend

The first of the three highly anticipated Yehlex Inter County Championships Premier A & B weekends took place over the 14th and 15th November 2009.

€lark and Robertson win Singapore semi-final
16.11.09 Tough tests for England stars in China

The final Super Series event of the year takes place in Shanghai this week as the China Open offers the last chance for players to gain vital ranking points in the bid to qualify for the BWF Masters Finals in Malaysia from December 2-6. Nathan Robertson and Anthony Clark are still in with a chance of making the eight=strong men's doubles line-up...