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England Badminton Championships 2019

England Badminton Championships 2019

All England Badminton Championships 2019 starting date Wednesday 6 march 2019 is a BWF World Tour 1000 event Catch all the updates from the second day of the All England Open Badminton Championships 2019 in Birmingham and his ends date on Sunday 10 March. After a dull opening day for India where just three Indians progressed, the second day promises to be an interesting affair,Elsewhere England’s Chris and Gabrielle Ad cock, who are seeded sixth for the Championships, will face fellow compatriots Ben Lane and Jessica Pugh in round two of the mixed doubles after both duos won their respective first-round ties in two games

England Badminton Championships 2019
England Badminton Championships 2019

Badminton Competition Schedule


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Wed 6 Mar First Round (R32) 5  80  9 am 11pm 8am
Thurs 7 Mar Round of 16 4  40  11 am 8pm 10am
Fri 8 Mar Quarter Finals (Session 1) 2  10  10 am 3pm 9am
Fri 8 Mar Quarter Finals (Session 2) 2  10   5 pm 10pm 4pm
Sat 9 Mar Semi Finals (Session 1) 1   5  10 am 3 pm 9am
Sat 9 Mar Semi Finals (Session 2) 1   5  5 pm 10 pm 4pm
Sun 10 Mar Finals Day 1  5  12 noon

The world’s first open tournament was held in the English town of Guildford in 1898, the success of which paved the way for the All England’s inaugural edition, which was held at London’s Horticultural Halls in 1899. Although the inaugural edition consisted of just the doubles format,The opening day of the Badminton tournament saw 80 games played across all disciplines with several British athletes starting their bids to become the first All England winners since mixed doubles pairing Nathan Roberts and Gail Emma in 2005.

England Badminton Championships 2019 Live watch

The All England Badminton Championships first round starting at the Arena Birmingham ground  you’r watching live coverage all the tournament matches first of all ,Ticket price for 2019 All England Open started at £16 for adults and at £5 for children’s

BWF World Tour Partners

The Badminton World Federation (BWF) is the governing body of the sport of badminton recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). The BWF serve to regulate, promote, develop and popularize the sport of badminton across the globe and to organised and run the highest level international events,There was some disappointment for the British contingent as 2016 Olympic quarter-finalist and British number one Rajiv Ouseph was defeated 16-21, 19-21 by Tommy Suharto of Indonesia whilst Scotland’s Kristy Gilmore also lost 21-17, 21-8 to India’s Sauna Nehwal in the women’s singles.

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