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Gail Emms, the Olympic silver medal winner, is set to compete in National Badminton Championships next month. The event would take place in Milton Keynes. Gail would partner 3 times champ Ella Tripp in the women’s doubles thread.
The world No 5 pair, Chris and Gabby Adcock, lead the big names who would head for the arena next month for the very 1st English National Championships to take place on 8th and 9th February. Rajiv Ouseph, the Commonwealth silver medallist, would chase an amazing 7th men’s singles title in a row as a host of champions past and present bid to leave their mark on the tournament.
Toby Penty would attempt to end Ouseph’s domination and lead’s England’s rising stars such as Alex Lane, Sam Parsons and Rhys Walker into action. In women’s singles, Essex’s Sarah Walker would defend the award she won for the very 1st time last year but 2nd place holder Fontaine Chapman is the highest ranked player.
Badminton England Chief Executive Adrian Christy stated that they are really looking forward to the National Championships next month, mainly as it is being held in Milton Keynes in their ‘home’ town for the very first time.
He added that the very best badminton players in the nation would be on show along with several of their young talents. And with Gail Emms making a Nationals comeback, there promises to be lots of intriguing matches and thrilling badminton in store for everyone to enjoy.
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Badminton World Championships 2015 will be hosted by Jakarta. This news was revealed on Friday by the Badminton World Federation. In a statement, the badminton’s governing body stated that the Indonesian capital defeated Chinese city Kunshan that hosted previous year’s edition.
During the announcement in Greece, Poul-Erik Høyer, the president of Badminton World Federation, told that there is clearly significant experience among you in hosting events and in certain instances, specifically badminton events.
A two member delegation of Jakarta to Athens promised that the Istora Senayan Stadium of the city would offer their famed charged atmosphere in 2015, when World Championships comes back to Asia from Denmark.
International Relations Manager for the Badminton Association of Indonesia Bambang Roedyanto told that this would be even better than the Indonesia Open and everyone know how exciting that is.
This event regularly sees around four hundred badminton players throughput the world fight for the battle of world champ in 5 categories – men´s and women´s singles, men´s and women doubles as well as mixed doubles.
The Badminton World Federation also stated that Dongguan, a southern Chinese city would host the Sudirman Cup, which is the mixed team world championships in the year 2015. In was in the year 1989 that the world championships were played in Indonesia for the very last time.
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