Badminton: A huge year ahead for Milton Keynes players

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The huge road to Rio starts in earnest this year as the badminton stars of the city gets set for a busy year in front when the qualification begins. The rooters have a scope to see England’s brand new elite couplings for the very first time when National Badminton Championships comes back to the Crawley in Sussex for the very first time in almost thirty years.

England’s No 1 MK-based Rajiv Ouseph will also be competing for his 8th men’s singles honor in Sussex. After ten days, England will confront Ireland as well as hosts Belgium in group stages of European Mixed Team Championships.

The Championships will take place on in Leuven in Belgium from 11th February to 15th February between Europe’s top twelve teams. It is sure that England will expect to improve on bronze medal that they won in 2013 in Moscow.

The entire yes would then be on YONEX All England Open Badminton Championships that will take place at Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham from 3rd to 8th March. For the very 1st time, YONEX All England event will also be the very first MetLife BWF World Superseries tournament of the 2015 season. Top series like Maybank Malaysia Open, Victor Korea Open and Superseries and Superseries Premier events will take place later this year.

The next month will end with the end of first National Badminton League with four top teams battling it out in the one-day knock-out contest. Currently, Milton Keynes stays at the 4th spot in the table along with 4 match nights remaining.

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